Physical Fitness Testing Panels and Tests

Physical Fitness Tests

  • Endurance Athlete Blood Test

    Our most comprehensive panel for athletes, this Endurance Athlete Panel includes 13 tests designed for endurance athletes wanting to stay at the top of their game.
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone Test (FSH)

    This Follicle Stimulating Hormone Test (FSH) measures the amount of follicle stimulating hormone in the blood.
  • MMA Fighter Blood Test

    This MMA Fighter Blood Test covers three of the most common bloodborne viruses: HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C.
  • Popular Test

    Testosterone Test, Free and Total

    This Testosterone Test evaluates levels of free and total testosterone (SHBG-bound testosterone and albumin-bound testosterone) providing measurable levels of each.
  • Total Testosterone Test

    This Total Testosterone Test measures the amount of total testosterone (free testosterone, SHBG-bound, and albumin-bound) in the blood, giving you a combined measure of all three.

Physical Fitness Testing Information

Find physical fitness tests to help you create an optimized training regimen and get the most out of your body by highlighting areas of concern at the molecular level. Our physical fitness testing options offer fast, accurate and straightforward results for athletes of all intensities.

Achieve Peak Performance With Fitness Testing

For professional, semi-professional, or amateur athletes, staying in peak physical condition is essential to success on the field, on the court or in the ring. By identifying potential areas of improvement and understanding how your body functions, you’ll be able to set your goals even higher. If you are looking to join the MMS, the International Sport Combat Federation (ISCF) requires that all applicant fighters get tested for HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C.1 To make the process easy for fighters and combat athletes, we offer these league-mandated physical fitness tests to keep you healthy, certified, and ready for your next match.

  1. “ISCF Fighter Age Requirements.” International Sport Combat Federation. Accessed: April 19, 2022.