Gabi's cardio training-record


  • Gabi's cardio tracking-record:

Ankle Joint

  • Rather neutral for boot feet.
  • Sufficient stability

Talocrurial joint mobility test

Range of mobility :

  • 12cm - left ankle
  • 12.5right - Right ankle

Squat Test

Frontal view:

  • Knees and ankles look stable enough.
  • Shoulder and thoracic & cervical looking more neutral when elevated heels

Lateral view:

  • Insufficient joint mobility to flex shoulders overhead. 
  • Sufficient depth when using heel raisers

Hip Hinge awareness 

Insufficient awareness in the pick object of the floor

Hip mobility test

Hurdle test

Right hip present better mobility than the left one.

Lunge stick test

Right side of the body presents better control.

Shoulder Stick test

  • Right shoulder: 20cm 
  • Left shoulder: 22cm 

Compared both sides, the right shoulder has slightly more ROM (range of motion) than the left side

Shoulder Flexion Test


Wrist mobility test

Extension: Approx 90 degrees of ROM in both wrists. . 

Bird-dog test

Superior motor control when right knee is on the floor and, also, grater range of motion.

Pelvic anterior/posterior tilt test

Acceptable tilting awareness while in quadruped set up


Last update: 12th August 2016 As you adapt to new fitness standards, your goals and needs might need to be modified.

We'll be completing this questionnaire next time we catch up: 

  • Contactdetails:   0401 789 933     Gabi.goldschmidt@gmail
  • Date of Birth:    05-june-1991
  • Clinical incidents: n/a
  • Contraindications: n/a
  • Hours of sleep at night: 6
  • what time you get up: 5:45am
  • what time you go to bed: 11:30pm or midnight
  • Bodymass/weight: 66kg
  • Daily water consumption:  under a litre 
  • Meals a day: 3 solid meals plus a snack in the arvo
  • Description of average daily nutrition: meal (6am)coffee, banana meal 2 (9am) egg muffins, maybe a tea; meal 3 (12pm) coles salad, can tuna and black olives, cherry tomatos, apple or strawberries; meal 4 (3:30pm) half avocado, handful of pistachos; meal 5 (7:30pm) stir fry Egg plant and chicken, or lamb or chicken. 
  • CHEK Holistic Assessment: Pending ------------------------
  • Occupation/profession: Nurse (anaesthetics and recovery)
  • Description of a typical day in terms of mobility: (important info to address occupational health and safety) 10 hours shifts , all time on your feet, pronation support footgear, bending over frequently, picking stuff from ground level. two - 15 minute breaks and one 30 minutes break 
  • Fitness Goals: Weightloss, fitter (not getting tired while exercising), energy levels, 10km run.
  • Fitness needs: Making as even as possible both sides of the body in regards to motor control, motion patterns and strength. Secure mobility where needed: Ankles, Hips and thoracic areas. Enhance stability where needed: Knee joint and lumbar spine.
  • Conditioning Level: Foundation. From therapeutic scenario to performance training towards event goal: 10 Km run

Orthopaedic Profile (Pending)

Conventions:  The "√" sign means optimal condition. The "∆" implies current functional impingement. The "∑" figure implies structural impingement. 

Therapeutic considerations:

  • Left Ankle:  √
  • Right Ankle: √
  • Left Knee: √
  • Right Knee: √
  • Left Hip: ∆
  • Right Hip: √
  • Lumbar Spine: ∆
  • Thoracic Spine:
  • Cervical Spine: √
  • Left Glenohumeral: √
  • Right Glenohumeral: √
  • Left Scapulae: √
  • Right Scapula: √
  • Left Elbow: √
  • Right Elbow: √
  • Left wrist: √
  • Right Wrist: √

Neuromuscular imbalances:

  • Left Calf:  √
  • Right Calf: √
  • Left Quadriceps: √
  • Right Right Quadriceps: √
  • Left Hamstring: √
  • Right Hamstring: √
  • Lumbar Region: ∆
  • Thoracic Region: √
  • Cervical Region: √
  • Left Pec-Major: √
  • Right Pec Major: √
  • Left Rotator Cuff : √
  • Right Rotator Cuff: √
  • Left bicep-triceps: √
  • Right biceps-triceps: √
  • Left forearm/grip: √
  • Right forearm/grip: √

Main Priorities:

  • Enhance, Thoracic and shoulder Hip mobility
  • Stabilise lumbar region 
  • Cardiovascular plan, strength training strategy
  • Holistic approach (what you do outside the gym in regards to nutrition, sleeping patterns, stress levels and lifestyle
  • Weight loss and neuromuscular balance. Health & Aesthetics.