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Accurate, insightful data to track your progress & achieve transformative results

InBody Composition Analysis
Optimize Your Health with Body Composition Analysis

How are you tracking your fitness progress?
If you’re like most people, you step on your bathroom scale when you want to assess your health. But your bathroom scale is misleading! DITCH THE SCALE.

Weight loss is not the same as fat loss. As we age, we naturally lose some of our heavy, dense muscle mass, and a lower number on the scale doesn’t always mean we’re in peak condition.

The key to physical fitness is losing excess body fat, not overall body weight. Instead of tracking how heavy you are, use body composition analysis to track how healthy you are.

Take control of your health.
When you take a body composition analysis on the InBody 580, it shows you how many pounds of muscle, fat, bone, and water you actually have overall and by segmental analysis; assessing each limb and your trunk to reveal its muscle mass, body fat, body water balance, and cellular health.
 
Equipped with this data, you can make little adjustments that lead to major long-term improvements. 
 
Track your progress.
By monitoring your Result Sheet printout or the InBody App, you’ll be able to note any changes overtime in:
   – Skeletal Muscle Mass
   – Percent Body Fat
   – Segmental Body Water
   – Visceral Fat Area
   – Cellular health (via Segmental Phase Angle)
   – Hydration levels (via the BIVA Graph)
   – And more!

Take an InBody Test every two to four weeks to continuously monitor your progress towards your fitness goals.

HOW DO I PREPARE FOR AN INBODY SCAN?

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BODY COMPOSITION:
INSIGHT INTO YOUR OVERALL WELLNESS

Our program is enhanced by the precision of InBody Technology, providing you with accurate and insightful data to track your progress and achieve truly transformative results such as:

  1. Body Composition Analysis: This includes metrics such as body fat percentage, muscle mass, and visceral fat level, providing a detailed breakdown of your body composition.
  2. Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): This metric estimates the number of calories your body needs to maintain basic physiological functions at rest, which can be useful for understanding your metabolism.
  3. Segmental Lean Analysis: This provides insights into the distribution of muscle and fat in different parts of your body, allowing for targeted fitness and nutrition strategies.

Body composition is used by health professionals to evaluate a person’s weight by breaking it down into its core components: fat, protein, minerals, and body water.

It describes your healthy weight more accurately and provides a better glimpse into your overall health than traditional methods like BMI and weight.

Body composition analysis can accurately show changes in fat mass, lean muscle mass, and body fat percentage.

Most diet and fitness goals focus on weight loss or gain, overlooking that two people of the same sex and body weight may look completely different from each other because they have different body compositions. Measuring your body composition will tell you your own body’s unique makeup and help you identify areas to work on to improve your overall health and wellness.

Getting a better insight into your overall wellness starts with measuring your body composition and going beyond the number on the scale. You will know whether you need to gain more lean mass or lower body fat percentage to achieve a healthy body composition and a better level of health.

You may be aware of the healthy weight ranges, but how do you get there? If you only focus on losing weight, you may end up losing muscle mass and eventually sabotage your efforts.

By differentiating between muscle and body fat, body composition removes the guesswork of determining what your weight fluctuations mean, be it muscle gain, body fat loss, or anything in between.

Whatever your goals may be, an important thing to keep in mind during your health journey is there’s more to being healthy than looking thin.

Understanding your InBody scan results is essential for tracking your progress and making informed decisions about your fitness journey. Check out this link for detailed information on how to interpret your scans.

INBODY FITNESS
COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We recommend it at least once a quarter, or every 3 months to track your progress and know where you are at. Every 2-4 weeks for specific health tracking

Download the app from the Apple Store here or from Google Play here.

Yes. You’ll do that through the Mindbody app either on a desktop or your phone here.

InBody Fitness Programs
Your 6-Week Body Composition Boost

Get ready to embark on an exciting adventure toward a healthier, fitter you!

Our InBody Fitness program is designed to help you achieve your goals and unlock your full potential!

This comprehensive program is tailored to provide you with everything you need to boost your fitness and body composition. Say goodbye to feeling stuck and hello to reaching new heights of wellness and vitality!

As they say, what gets measured gets monitored! Monitoring progress is vital for establishing a baseline, setting appropriate and attainable goals, and tracking changes over time.

Measuring and monitoring progress is vital for establishing a baseline, setting appropriate and attainable goals, and tracking changes over time. 

To support ongoing success through physical activity and nutrition, understanding body composition with InBody is key.

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • 6 Weeks Unlimited Access to Studio Classes
  • 3 InBody Composition Analysis
  • 3 Nutrition Workshops
  • Exclusive Access To 1 FTP Metrics Session
  • Exclusive Access To Weekly Bodyweight Sessions
  • Exclusive Access To Weekly Meditation Sessions

For more information and our next program dates, see ‘Get the Details’ below!

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR BODY COMPOSITION

The goal for most people is to decrease body fat and increase muscle mass. Most people know that we should focus on proper nutrition and exercise. The challenge is where to begin. Here are your first steps:

Assess—Start by measuring your body composition and setting a body composition goal.

Nutrition—Understand how many calories you need to achieve your personal goal. More calories are needed for muscle growth. Make sure you are getting enough macronutrients from a variety of foods. Protein is important for muscle growth and fat loss.

Exercise—Physical activity is important for everyone. Adding resistance training can help challenge your muscles and help them get stronger.

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GAIN VALUABLE INSIGHTS INTO YOUR CURRENT HEALTH STATUS AND SET THE STAGE TO SUCCESS

Body Composition Analysis: This includes metrics such as body fat percentage, muscle mass, and visceral fat level, providing a detailed breakdown of your body composition.

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): This metric estimates the number of calories your body needs to maintain basic physiological functions at rest, which can be useful for understanding your metabolism.

Segmental Lean Analysis: This provides insights into the distribution of muscle and fat in different parts of your body, allowing for targeted fitness and nutrition strategies.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BODY COMPOSITION?

A healthy body composition contributes to a stronger immune system and reduces your health risk for common chronic diseases and conditions like high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes.

Here’s how you can use body composition to improve your wellbeing.

  • Find your baseline so you can know what you need to lose, gain, or  maintain
  • Assess your Percent Body Fat so you can focus on fat loss, not just weight loss
  • Maximize your workout routine to fit your unique health and fitness goals
  • Calculate your caloric needs and create a personalized nutrition plan
  • Set realistic goals, accurately monitor progress, and stay motivated
  • Make more informed decisions to improve your body composition