Unlock your potential with measured statistics and metrics at Health Matters which is here based in Westpark Fitness. This is a unique and scientifically driven company specialising in fitness testing, performance enhancing and overall health-related programmes. Their services include the likes of V02 max testing, metabolic age testing and more. The testing is completed here at our gym in Tallaght (as their headquarters is located here) using the gym equipment and specialised testing equipment. Note that you can book in for testing even if you are not a member of the gym. After your testing you will receive a personalised results handout and will be able to talk with your tester about your results and how you can use them to unlock your full fitness potential.
They offer V02 testing, metabolic testing, nutrition and health coaching and full anthropometry screening to both members of the gym and non-members. They work to empower you with the facts on your own body and understanding it on a deeper level to unlock your full physical potential.
Seán has successfully run Health Matters for over seven years – carrying out over 6000 tests to date. He is a qualified nutrition and health coach and is currently over half way through his studies to gain a diploma in Nutritional Therapy. He is also a qualified gym instructor and personal trainer, advanced sports and exercise nutrition adviser and has achieved a KBTE Level 1 nutrition certification along with a FETAC Level 6 train the trainer and first aid certs. In 2016 Seán achieved an ISAK level 1 qualification in anthropometry. You can read about our assistant manager Alison’s testing with Seán at Health matters here.
We recently received a new award:
Ireland Active, National Quality Standard, Outstanding Leisure 2024
Ireland Active is a not for profit company limited by guarantee to provide support and services to create the platforms to professionalise our industry through standards and best practice whilst simultaneously developing the synergies to engage more people to be more active more often – thus providing for a healthier nation.