See What You’re Made Of!
The InBody Test breaks down your body composition an in turn tracks your progress to staying fit and healthy.
Monitoring Your Weight is Not Enough
Weight can be misleading when used as an indicator of health. Anyone may experience frustration when there weight shows no change, even with exercise and in improved nutrition. Your body is a complex structure made of different components; such as body water, fat and muscle. Your body cannot be expressed with one simple number. This is why the InBody Test scan is superior to other types of measurements.
InBody Test will show a True Assessment of Your Body
To thoroughly learn about your body and its condition, take the InBody Test. In less than 60 seconds, the InBody not only examines the compositions of your body, but also reveals percentage of body fat, muscle distribution, and body water balance; components that are key in understanding more about your body.
Track Your Progress with the InBody Test
Taking the InBody Test once will give you a snapshot of your body in the moment of time. However, taking the InBody Test consistently will give you a timeline of your progress. Watch the improvements from exercise and diet and do not let your hard work go to waste.
How Can BMI Be Inaccurate and Misleading?
You may not have heard of body composition before, but you’re probably familiar with BMI. What’s the difference? Body Mass Index (BMI) is a popular method used to assess the health of an individual by comparing the amount of weight they carry to their height: BMI – kg/m2
Despite the widespread use of Body Mass Index in clinical practice, BMI has many limitations and is a poor tracking tool for weight change because there’s no way to identify if changes in your weight are in fat or muscle. Predicting health or mortality using a single number such as BMI oversimplifies health and ignores important factors that contribute to optimal health.
When you set out to get healthier, you likely focus on losing fat and gaining muscle. The weight scale and BMI cannot tell you how much of your weight loss is fat, muscle, or body water, but body composition can.
Why Do You Need To Understand Your Weight in Terms of Muscle and Fat Mass?
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.