The InBody Test provides a comprehensive view of body composition balance. Body water, proteins, minerals, and body fat, which are the components of the human body, closely relate to the status of our health.

Process

  1. Stand on the scale
  2. Hold the handles for 45 seconds
  3. Receive a detailed report with your weight, muscle mass, body fat percentage, lean analysis, and water content.

Benefits

• Receive an easy to read, comprehensive results sheet
• Accurately track results and progress over time
• Accurate calculations of your weight, lean body mass, body fat, and total pounds of body water
• Information about your body and the way it functions so your trainer can effectively modify your plan to meet your changing needs over time
• Get your body mass index (BMI), basal metabolic rate (the number of calories burned at a resting rate), and segmental lean body mass measurements. This will give you a picture of how your body is using energy.
• Learn where you have water collecting in your body (edema), which can be a sign of injury or inflammation.

Preparation

Prepare for your InBody Test by adhering to the following instructions:

• Hydrate well the day before.
• Do not drink caffeine on the day of your test.
• Do not eat for 3–4 hours prior to testing.
• Do not exercise 6–12 hours prior to testing.
• Do not take InBody Test after a shower or sauna.
• Do not consume alcohol for 24 hours prior to testing.
• Insure access to both feet with removable footwear (no socks or pantyhose).
• Avoid using lotion on hands and feet.
• Measure after standing for at least 5 minutes.
• Warm yourself up for 20 minutes before a test performed in Winter.
• For females, avoid testing if you are pregnant or menstruating.
• Individuals with pacemakers or electronic medical devices should not take the InBody Test.

girl weighing herself