FeaturesAdapting Fitness and Neuromotor Self-Tracking Over the Life SpanKennedy-Armbruster, Carol Ph.D., FACSM, ACSM-EP; Burton, Lee Ph.D., ATC; Kercher, Vanessa M. Ph.D., M.Ed., ACSM-EP; Doyle, DanielleAuthor Information Carol Kennedy-Armbruster, Ph.D., FACSM, ACSM-EP,is a senior lecturer in the department of kinesiology at the School of Public Health, Indiana University, Bloomington. During her more than 35 years of teaching college students and training fitness leaders, she has served on ACSM’s credentialing committee and is a fellow of ACSM. She also is an ACSM-Certified Exercise Physiologist®, holds the level 2 Exercise is Medicine® credential, and has served on the editorial board for ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal® since 2004. Lee Burton, Ph.D., ATC,is the cofounder at Functional Movement Systems. He received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Appalachian State University, his master’s degree in education with an emphasis in athletic training from Old Dominion University, and his doctorate degree from Virginia Tech with an emphasis in Health Promotion and Wellness. He has presented internationally on numerous sports medicine topics, has authored book chapters and articles in a variety of sports medicine journals, and produced instructional videos concerning functional applications for treatment, assessment, and conditioning of active individuals. Vanessa M. Kercher, Ph.D., M.Ed., ACSM-EP,is a clinical assistant professor at the Kinesiology Department, School of Public Health, Indiana University. Dr. Kercher’s research passion focuses on helping individuals optimize their physical activity experiences to promote sustainable, positive health behaviors. She serves as the digital content editor of ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal®. Danielle Doyle,is an MPH PA candidate, a graduate assistant, an NASM Certified Personal Trainer, and an ACE-Health Coach. She is a first year MPH student in the Kinesiology Department at Indiana University, Bloomington. Her concentration is in physical activity with a focus on health and wellness coaching. Her current areas of study are worksite wellness, student well-being, and self-determination theory. Disclosure: The authors declare no conflict of interest and do not have any financial disclosures. ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal: 5/6 2021 - Volume 25 - Issue 3 - p 28-34 doi: 10.1249/FIT.0000000000000672 Buy Metrics AbstractIn Brief Apply It! After reading this article, the health and fitness professional will • Learn how to empower clients to take personal responsibility for their functional movement throughout the life span • Explore self-tracking designed to teach clients to assess and record health-related and neuromotor movement patterns • Apply behavioral and coaching theories to the application of self-assessment to prevent musculoskeletal issues while engaging in regular movement practices. Teaching self-assessment helps participants monitor their progress as well as “feel good, move well, and live life with purpose.” As HFPs, we also want to “do no harm” while helping people take personal responsibility to meet their goals. This article addresses simple health-related physical fitness tests, which evaluate progress, instill motivation, and establish attainable fitness goals while preserving the structural integrity of the human body. Copyright © 2021 by American College of Sports Medicine.