You might find gympro.com useful for tracking assessments. The main ones available are: weight, girth, skinfolds and bloods. We actually just released an upgrade to our skinfolds assessment which lets you choose from 4 different body fat calculations (7, 4, 3 or 2 site formulas). I’d be happy to answer any questions you may have. Cheers, Aleks.
Check out LUMON FIT
It is available on iPad App Store (search for LUMON FIT).
You can find more details about it on their website lumonfit.com
Below are main features of this app. It is super useful and mobile. Game changer!
This app allows you to:
– Store very detailed patient/client data (incl. Par-Q and medical information)
– Access 40 assessment templates (including posture, flexibility, cardiovascular, body composition, body dimensions, balance, muscle strength, and agility) and use them as your guide to patient assessment
– Reference an exercise library with over 500 exercises
– Create your own exercises and add them to the library for future use (including taken photos and linked videos)
– Automatically generate rehabilitation/exercise prescription suggestions and precautions based on assessment results
– Link your generated programs with YouTube videos for presentation purposes
– Take “before” and “after” pictures of assessment tasks and compare results
– Generate extremely detailed and explanatory progress reports within seconds (print or email)
– Generate take-home rehab and exercise programs for your clients (including videos of routines)
– Add feedback within the application to constantly improve the product
– Schedule seminars with a LUMON FIT representative for detailed explanation of all the product’s functions
– Calendar integration (Lumon Fit will schedule all your clients appointments for you)
– Reassessment reminders
– Intelligent exercise charts
– Electronic signatures for all documentation
– Wireless printing and emailing forms, data, or templates
– iCloud integration (never lose you patient’s info)
Hope this helps. Enjoy. EDIT
There used to be a software supported body map that came through NASM. I checked their web site and did not see it there but I found a document pertaining to it. It seems you have to copy and paste to get it.
It is a program where you enter data about deviations from a standard, and it gives you a printout.
One word of caution: we had it and used it a few times. I personally prefer to rely on my own observations rather than ‘prefab programs’.