Body Composition Analyzer
Look beyond the bathroom scale
Do you know what you’re made of?
Are you on a diet, looking to get in shape, or trying to maximize performance? Your weight and clothing size are only part of the story.
Are you concerned about your weight?
Your health is dependent on more that just your weight. Knowing if you need to lose fat and where you may need to build muscle can help you tailor your diet and exercise to meet your specific goals.
Experience the InBody test
The new standard. A convenient and accurate way to measure and monitor your body composition.
The InBody measures and reports:
- The amounts and percentages of fat and muscle throughout the body
- How your body composition compares to healthy expected ranges
- How many calories you burn
Now is the time to shape yourself and your future
Ask about InBody today.
Get your personalized reports so you can better understand what you’re made of and what it will take to meet your goals.
Doctors, Personal Trainers, and Researchers are quickly adopting the InBody test as the most convenient method of measuring body composition, while still maintaining accuracy and reproducibility.
Live happy, live healthy, and try InBody today!
My InBody Test
Body composition scans using Inbody technology provide quick, easy, and accurate measurements of body composition and regional segmental lean mass, including under, normal, and over references ranges for weight, body fat mass, lean body mass, skeletal muscle mass, BMI, and percent body fat.
Key attributes of the InBody
Most people are used to stepping on a scale or having their BMI calculated at every visit to the gym, a doctor’s office, or their home. Monitoring weight or BMI alone, while helpful, is at best a crude and imprecise way to assess your health.
By regularly monitoring body fat and muscle development, you can understandhow your diet, lifeestyle, and exercise regimens influence your body composition. Knowing what’s working for you can help you target and reach your wellness, appearance, and longevity goals.
How does InBody Work?
The InBody device uses a direct segmental multi-frequency bioelectric analysis method (DSM-BIA), a patented technology, to precisely measure body composition by sending multiple electrical voltages through the inner body, resulting in up to six differenct impedance readings for the trunk and four limbs. The innovative in-depth analysis of the InBody exam yields accurate results for body composition outputs, such as body fat mass, skeletal muscle mass, and percent body fat, and is able to measure segmental lean mass as well.
How does InBody Work?
- For the most accurate results, try to reduce all factors that could change measurement conditions. Take the test before exercise, before obesity treatments, at normal temperatures, in the morning, after standing up for five minutes, and avoid menstrual periods.
- Measurement error from incorrect impedance values could be caused by metal supporters in the body or if socks/stockings are not removed.
- Measurement error from incorrect weight could be caused by testing on an empty stomach, testing after a meal, or testing with a full bladder.
- Examinees with pacemakers or artificial electrical medical devices / electrical systems should not perform a test.
During my InBody exam
The InBody device is convenient, quick and easy to use. Simply take off your shoes and socks, remove outwear, empty your pockets, and stand on the footpads. Your name, age, height, and gender need to be entered before the exam. You will be asked to stand still while the device captures your weight, at which point, you will place your hands around the handgrips. During the exam, which is painless and typically takes no more than 2 minutes, you stand still and breath normally.
How does InBody Work?
Your total body composition is calculated and broken down into different components. Depending on the device, results are displayed for such outputs as body fat mass, percent body fat, skeletal muscle mass, lean body mass, total body water, , intracellular water, extracellular water, ECW/TBW, weight, and body mass index. The device also displays a segmental lean analysis and an estimated basal metabolic rate. Over time, these results can be monitored to better understand how changes in diet, lifestyle, exercise, or other interventions are influencing your body composition.
Reports from an InBody exam.