Great thoughts everyone, and thanks for the comment Joanne. I think we should definitely evaluate our assessments for appropriateness and quality. For example, a fitness assessment for an athlete should differ from one designed for seniors. In each case, we’d be measuring different abilities and comparing those respective measurements to different sets of standards in order to use the results to develop a program and goals for two very different clients. I think one’s ability to provide a quality fitness assessment improves over time like a lot of skills. For example, the more body fat tests you do using calipers, the better you become at giving an accurate test. Finally, I think we need to make sure assessments are comprehensive (as Karin said) and that we are able to duplicate them to measure changes and progress as accurately as possible over time.