Most people come through our doors looking to “lose weight and get toned.” The problem is that losing weight is a very ambiguous goal to set and consequently stick to.
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It is easy to get discouraged by numbers from the untrustworthy scale, but your weight doesn’t tell the whole story. Your body is made up of muscle, fat and water. So losing weight is not the same as losing fat. Likewise, gaining weight may not be all fat gain. The InBody results sheet provides an extensive display of parameters relevant to body composition that can be used to efficiently lose fat, dial in your nutrition, identify muscle deficiencies and more!
Through the use of cutting edge bioelectrical impedance analysis, the InBody allows for accurate and non-invasive body composition testing in less than 30 seconds! InBody offers more accurate results than other “gold standard” methods of body composition analysis at a fraction of the price, time and invasion of personal space. This quick, easy and precise analysis will provide an objective starting point to track your progress as you start, or continue, on your quest to better health and fitness.
What does it all mean?
One of our knowledgeable coaches will explain your results after the test is completed. Once you have the data we can suggest where to go from there. Do you want to gain muscle mass? Continue shedding body fat? The InBody makes it easy to track and compare your results by saving your previous scans. The InBody is a one of a kind tool to aid in optimizing your performance and health goals!
How to Prepare for Your InBody Test
It is important that you take the following steps to prepare for your InBody test.
This will ensure accurate results.
Hydrate well the day before
Do not drink caffeine on the day of your test
Do not eat 3-4 hours prior to testing
Do not exercise 6-12 hours prior to test
Do not take InBody after a shower or sauna session
Do not wear jewelry
Do not take InBody Test if you
have a pacemaker or other electronic medical device implanted, or are pregnant.