Trying to start the new year with a diet or fitness program? It’s not too late to make sure you get results, says Marcia Milne.
A professor in the Faculty of Human Kinetics, she is offering a deal on a body composition assessment in the Bod Pod, which provides a baseline measure to set fitness goals and determine their progress.
The device uses whole-body densitometry to determine the relative body fat vs. lean muscle mass. Dr. Milne’s human performance and health lab is making it available on a two-for-one basis—$50 total, or just $40 for UWindsor students.
“Come in with a friend and pay only $25 each or have one test done now and save one test for later in the year,” Milne says.
Alternatively, clients may choose to pair a body composition test with a personal training session. The assessment package costs $49.99.
To set up an appointment, contact Milne at 519-253-3000, ext. 4999, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.