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For use in conjunction with Senior Fitness Test Manual, Second Edition, and its bound-in DVD, the Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0 Subscription Renewal Key Code allows users to extend their access to the Senior Fitness Test software.
The Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0 Subscription Renewal Key Code offers an easy way to continue access to your stored data and other tools from the Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0. With the purchase of this renewal key code, you will receive one additional year of access to Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0 from your initial subscription expiration date, not from the date of purchase of the renewal. All data entered from your initial subscription period will be maintained with uninterrupted service. The key code will be sent via e-mail after your purchase.
If you choose not to renew, your data will be stored for one year after the subscription expiration date. After that period, the data will no longer be available for renewal and you will need to purchase a new one-year Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0 Subscription.
More about Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0
With a single one-year subscription, multiple staff in the same organization at the same location are able to access this easy-to-manage online program. Graphs and reports can be generated in the application, and you can export data for analysis using spreadsheets or statistical software. Plus, you may input test results directly from any internet-enabled device, including smart phones or tablets, making the application convenient to access outside the office or even as you are conducting the test. You may then renew this subscription on an annual basis by purchasing the Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0 Subscription Renewal Key Code.
Maintaining strength, endurance, flexibility, agility, and balance is critical to seniors whether their later-life interests are playing golf, running marathons, or performing daily tasks such as climbing stairs or getting out of a chair without assistance. The Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0 Subscription, when used in conjunction with the Senior Fitness Test Manual, Second Edition, and its bound-in DVD, offers a user-friendly means of evaluating—and then improving—functional fitness in the growing population of older adults.
Note: A Senior Fitness Test manual and DVD explain the test in its entirety, including how to set up, conduct, and evaluate the test. This manual with DVD is available separately or sold in a package with the software. Check the right column of this product page for links to the various options.
Previous subscribers to Senior Fitness Test Software 2.0 whose subscription either will expire soon or has recently expired.
Roberta E. Rikli, PhD, is professor of kinesiology and dean emeritus of the college of health and human development at California State University in Fullerton and was cofounder of the LifeSpan wellness program at Fullerton. For the past two decades she has done extensive work in physical performance assessment with a particular focus on senior fitness. She has published numerous scientific papers on her work and has made over 100 presentations at conferences and workshops in the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Finland, Scotland, Brazil, China, Korea, and Japan.
Dr. Rikli has served on the editorial boards of three scientific journals and is a regular reviewer for several others. She has held leadership positions in professional organizations, including the International Society for Aging and Physical Activity; the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD); the American Kinesiology Association; and the National Academy of Kinesiology.
Dr. Rikli lives in Orange, California, and enjoys playing golf, hiking, and playing tennis.
C. Jessie Jones, PhD, is professor and chair of the department of health science at California State University in Fullerton. She is director of the Fibromyalgia and Pain Management Center at Fullerton and cofounder of the Center for Successful Aging.
Dr. Jones is internationally known for her research, program design, curriculum development, and instructor training in the field of exercise science and aging. She has taught senior fitness classes and conducted training workshops for senior fitness instructors for over 25 years. Her work has been covered in numerous publications and presented at conferences worldwide. Her professional memberships include the Gerontological Society of America, the American Public Health Association, and the American Academy for Pain Management.
Dr. Jones lives in Fullerton, California, where she enjoys dancing, drumming, hiking, playing golf, and jogging with her dog.