Money back from your health insurance

Because we are certified by SMI Federatie and SCAS, your sports medical package qualifies for attractive cash reimbursements from most Dutch health insurers. 

Typical reimbursement value: €150

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Basic sports fitness test ('Basic Plus')

For everyone: vital data for you to plan your fitness routine or certify your fitness for employment purposes.
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Physical check Get key data on your body’s basics.
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Checkmark icon Fat mass
Checkmark icon Muscle mass
Checkmark icon Body fat percentage
Checkmark icon Weight
Checkmark icon Height
Checkmark icon Orthopedic check
Checkmark icon Joints
Lightbulb icon State-of-the-art equipment and design.
Blood check Get vital performance data from your blood in a rapid test.
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Checkmark icon Cholesterol
Checkmark icon Blood sugar
Checkmark icon Hemoglobin (iron levels)
Lightbulb icon Involves a painless finger-prick.
Lung check Find out how well your lungs are working.
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Checkmark icon Airways
Checkmark icon Performance
Checkmark icon Possible risks
Lightbulb icon Shows if you are susceptible to asthma or breathing issues.
Quick heart check Know the general condition of your heart.
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Checkmark icon Electrocardiogram (ECG) in rest situation
Lightbulb icon Helps identify possible risk factors.
Results report Get a report (PDF) with your test results.
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Consultation with sports physician Review your results during a short conversation with our sports physician.
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Standard performance test

For regular athletes: a deep analysis of your body’s key indicators for you to optimize your fitness routine.
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Physical check Get key data on your body’s basics.
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Checkmark icon Fat mass
Checkmark icon Muscle mass
Checkmark icon Body fat percentage
Checkmark icon Weight
Checkmark icon Height
Lightbulb icon State-of-the-art equipment and design.
Blood check Get vital performance data from your blood in a rapid test.
blood-check icon
Checkmark icon Cholesterol
Checkmark icon Blood sugar
Checkmark icon Hemoglobin (iron levels)
Lightbulb icon Involves a painless finger-prick.
Lung check Find out how well your lungs are working.
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Checkmark icon Airways
Checkmark icon Performance
Checkmark icon Possible risks
Lightbulb icon Shows if you are susceptible to asthma or breathing issues.
Detailed heart check See the general condition of your heart and learn how this impacts your fitness.
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Checkmark icon ECG in rest situation
Checkmark icon ECG during exercise
Checkmark icon Possible risk factors
Lightbulb icon Includes a cardio test on a (professional) bicycle ergometer.
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Oxygen test (VO2 max) Optimize the intensity of your training program.
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Checkmark icon Maximum oxygen consumption during exercise
Checkmark icon (An)aerobic thresholds
Checkmark icon Heart and lung performance
Checkmark icon Fat oxidation zone
Lightbulb icon A mask wired with a sensor measures the air you inhale and exhale while on the (professional) bicycle ergometer.
Results report Get a report (PDF) with your test results.
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Consultation with sports physician Review your results during a short conversation with our sports physician.
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Premium performance test ('USMO')

For the most ambitious: comprehensive testing for you to take your performance to the next level.
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Physical check Get key data on your body’s basics.
physical-check icon
Checkmark icon Fat mass
Checkmark icon Muscle mass
Checkmark icon Body fat percentage
Checkmark icon Weight
Checkmark icon Height
Checkmark icon Orthopedic check
Checkmark icon Joints
Lightbulb icon State-of-the-art equipment and design.
Blood check Get vital performance data from your blood in a rapid test.
blood-check icon
Checkmark icon Cholesterol
Checkmark icon Blood sugar
Checkmark icon Hemoglobin (iron levels)
Lightbulb icon Involves a painless finger-prick.
Lung check Find out how well your lungs are working.
lung-check icon
Checkmark icon Airways
Checkmark icon Performance
Checkmark icon Possible risks
Lightbulb icon Shows if you are susceptible to asthma or breathing issues.
Detailed heart check See the general condition of your heart and learn how this impacts your fitness.
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Checkmark icon ECG in rest situation
Checkmark icon ECG during exercise
Checkmark icon Possible risk factors
Lightbulb icon Includes a cardio test on a (professional) bicycle ergometer.
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Oxygen test (VO2 max) Optimize the intensity of your training program.
oxygen-test icon
Checkmark icon Maximum oxygen consumption during exercise
Checkmark icon (An)aerobic thresholds
Checkmark icon Heart and lung performance
Checkmark icon Fat oxidation zone
Lightbulb icon A mask wired with a sensor measures the air you inhale and exhale while on the (professional) bicycle ergometer.
Results report Get a report (PDF) with your test results.
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Premium consultation with sports physician Review your results during a detailed conversation with our sports physician.
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Checkmark icon Health and fitness goals
Checkmark icon Personalized advice
Checkmark icon Q&A
Lightbulb icon Face-to-face at our health studios
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make an appointment?

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Call us, e-mail us or chat with us to make your appointment. Find an overview of how to contact us below.

What measures are you taking during Covid-19 to ensure safety at the health studios?

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In addition to our standard hygiene protocols, we have taken extra measures to protect against Covid-19.
At the studios:

  • 1.5-meter distance between people where possible
  • Frequent hand sanitization
  • Employees wear face masks
  • Extra cleaning of equipment and surfaces
  • Additional air filters placed on equipment to ensure safety

What happens during the VO2 max test on the exercise bike?

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You will do this test on an exercise bike with sensors wired to your chest. (NOTE: for men whose chests are hairy, we may need to remove a small amount of chest hair to properly attach the sensors). You will also wear a mouth mask that contains sensors for the breathing gas analysis as well as a cuff around your upper arm to monitor your blood pressure. The test starts with you pedalling the bike at a low resistance. Gradually the resistance increases. The intention is that you make the maximum physical effort for as long as possible. You and your heart registration will be constantly monitored. Once you reach your maximum, the test will end and you can stop pedalling. We will continue to measure your heart rate for a few more minutes to track your recovery. The total test time including instruction takes approximately 20 minutes.

Should I avoid alcohol the day before my test?

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Yes, please avoid drinking alcohol in the 24 hours before your appointment with us, because alcohol can have an impact on the quality of your results.

Can I eat a meal on the day of my test?

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Yes, it is fine to have a small amount of food in the hours before your test. However, please avoid having a large meal in the hours before your test. And do not drink an excessive amount of coffee, tea or soft drinks.

What else I should keep in mind on the day of my test?

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To arrive well prepared, do not engage in vigorous physical activity in the six hours before your test; do not lie in the sun in the six hours before your test and do not smoke just before the test. Important: if you are unable to come, please notify us in good time. And if you are taking medication, have any symptoms or do not feel fit, please inform the doctor before starting the test.

Can I do exercise the day before my test?

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It’s best to avoid strenuous exercise during the 48 hours prior to your appointment, but you can do light activity the day before. You want to arrive feeling ready to perform at your best.

How do I make an appointment?

Call us, e-mail us or chat with us to make your appointment. Find an overview of how to contact us below.

What measures are you taking during Covid-19 to ensure safety at the health studios?
In addition to our standard hygiene protocols, we have taken extra measures to protect against Covid-19.
At the studios:

  • 1.5-meter distance between people where possible
  • Frequent hand sanitization
  • Employees wear face masks
  • Extra cleaning of equipment and surfaces
  • Additional air filters placed on equipment to ensure safety
What happens during the VO2 max test on the exercise bike?

You will do this test on an exercise bike with sensors wired to your chest. (NOTE: for men whose chests are hairy, we may need to remove a small amount of chest hair to properly attach the sensors). You will also wear a mouth mask that contains sensors for the breathing gas analysis as well as a cuff around your upper arm to monitor your blood pressure. The test starts with you pedalling the bike at a low resistance. Gradually the resistance increases. The intention is that you make the maximum physical effort for as long as possible. You and your heart registration will be constantly monitored. Once you reach your maximum, the test will end and you can stop pedalling. We will continue to measure your heart rate for a few more minutes to track your recovery. The total test time including instruction takes approximately 20 minutes.

Should I avoid alcohol the day before my test?

Yes, please avoid drinking alcohol in the 24 hours before your appointment with us, because alcohol can have an impact on the quality of your results.

Can I eat a meal on the day of my test?

Yes, it is fine to have a small amount of food in the hours before your test. However, please avoid having a large meal in the hours before your test. And do not drink an excessive amount of coffee, tea or soft drinks.

What else I should keep in mind on the day of my test?

To arrive well prepared, do not engage in vigorous physical activity in the six hours before your test; do not lie in the sun in the six hours before your test and do not smoke just before the test. Important: if you are unable to come, please notify us in good time. And if you are taking medication, have any symptoms or do not feel fit, please inform the doctor before starting the test.

Can I do exercise the day before my test?

It’s best to avoid strenuous exercise during the 48 hours prior to your appointment, but you can do light activity the day before. You want to arrive feeling ready to perform at your best.

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Privacy by design

We know your personal data is important to you. As we handle sensitive information related to your health, you can trust us to adhere to the highest standards of data protection. We are committed to using your personal information for these two purposes: giving you personalized and actionable information on your health, as well as improving the science behind your Personal Health Passport. For more details on our data protection standards, please visit the Privacy Policy on our website: www.ancora.health/privacy-policy