Body Composition Analysis
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Track Effectiveness of Your Nutrition & Exercise Strategies
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Instant Report & Online Data
Segmental Lean Analysis
Body Fat Mass
Segmental Fat Mass
Total Body Water & ECW Ratio
Minerals & Body Cell Mass
Visceral Fat Levels
Basal Metabolic Rate
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the minimum amount of energy required (calories)
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InBody570 Body Composition Analysis
Health & Fitness Technology
Inbody570 has 98% accuracy and measures muscle gain and fat loss. Tracking health and fitness strategies on a cellular level and data at your fingertips! Lifestyle and healthy body composition are key indicators of a successful fitness program.
Cellular data and progress reports provide the perfect knowledge to plan and track healthy results. We are here to help all the way. Our team are qualified health and fitness expects ready to guide you towards your goals.
Safe, fast and easy body composition analysis that provides an instant report and online data access 24/7 to share with your health and fitness coach.
Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis ( BIA )
98% Accurate Body Composition Scan
Health & Fitness Technology made safe, fast and easy!
Providing you with more healthy facts and figures with the InBody 570. The InBody scanning equipment uses the latest Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology which is safe, fast and easy and provides accurate results.
Stop guessing and start measuring on a cellular level. The bathroom scales are limited and prevent healthy progress. Discover the smart way to track your health plan.
Regular reports distinguish between muscle, fat, water and bone, making the Inbody a valuable guide to get the best results for your personalised goals.
Skin Fold Callipers cannot measure Visceral Fat (toxic fat around your organs). They can only measure body fat under the skin, not to mention the difficulty in obtaining consistent results between different operators.
The InBody 570 is a non-invasive, fast and affordable tool to track professional data allowing health and fitness experts to guide your success.
INBODY INTERPRETATION GUIDE
HUMAN BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSER
Total Body Water
TBW is all the water in the body and is approximately 60% of your total weight. Ideally, your TBW should be in the normal range or over. Usually, individuals with a higher degree of muscle mass will have higher levels of TBW.
Protein consists of nitrogen and high nitrogen levels within cells indicate good levels of muscle mass and health. A lack of protein implies a lack of muscle mass possibly indicating poor nutrition and malnourishment. Protein is directly related to intracellular water therefore a lack of protein indicates a lack of intracellular water, which in turn suggests poor nutrition. Ideally, your protein content should be within or exceed the normal range set out below the reading.
Minerals are made of two types, osseous mineral, and non-osseous minerals. The osseous mineral is bone, where non-osseous minerals are those found in all other parts of the body. Mineral mass is closely related to soft lean mass. If you have more lean mass, the weight of bones strengthens, which in turn increases the bone mineral.
Total Body Water displayed in Litres (L) 1L = 1kg
Soft Lean Mass is the sum of Your Total Body Water, Protein and Non-Osseous Minerals (Non-Osseous Minerals are calculated by deducting your Bone Mineral Content from the total Minerals) .
Fat Free Mass is your Weight less your Body Fat Mass
Weight is the sum of your Total Body Water, Protein, Minerals and Body Fat Mass.
This is your overall scale weight SMM (Skeletal Muscle Mass) Skeletal Muscle Mass (kg) displays how much muscle is attached to your bones. The body consists of cardiac muscle, visceral muscle and skeletal muscle. However skeletal muscle can be most transformed through exercise and diet and as such is displayed separately. Body Fat Mass (kg) shows how many kilograms of fat your body has.
Body Mass Index (BMI)
This is calculated by the use of a formula that divides your weight by the square of your height and does not take into account your overall body composition. A highly muscled individual may be classified as overweight when using the BMI formula which can be misleading.
Percent Body Fat (PBF)
This is the percentage of your body fat calculated by the total mass of body fat divided by total body mass.
Segmental Lean Analysis
The Body Balance graph shows segmental muscle mass by double bar graphs. The double bar graphs can identify the amount of muscle mass in each segment (4 limbs and trunk) as well as the ideal ratio of each. By measuring segmental muscle distribution, you can review body balance and developmental level. Inbody 570 provides information essential to check the possibilities of the effectiveness of rehabilitation treatment or establish a direction for exercise.
The Upper Bar, the number at the end of the upper bar graph, is the amount of soft lean mass in kilograms.
The Lower Bar, the lower bar shows you your soft lean mass in percentage. If the graph reaches 100% it means that you have an ideal soft lean mass for your weight. The upper bar length is relative to your ideal weight.
This can be an effective tool to determine imbalances between each correlating body part. Ideally, you want to be within 6% of the correlating left or right limb, with any reading above 6% suggesting a reflection of muscle imbalances, which may need addressing with exercise.
The ratio of Extracellular Water to Total Body water is an important indicator as to whether the body water is balanced. If in a healthy state, ECW ratio should be in the range of 0.36 – 0.39. If the ECW ratio is higher than that range, it may be suggestive of having edema, which may require the review by a health care professional.
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The InBody Score is a reflection of the overall evaluation of your body composition. The more muscle mass the body has the higher the score will be. It is possible to score over 100 points if you have very high muscle mass. Note that very low fat mass (below healthy ranges) will cause your score to drop.
69 or less
Indicates the possibility of being out of balance (Muscle-Fat ratio) generally requiring nutrition and exercise intervention.
Generally average person off the street, reasonably balanced.
Generally, those who activity look after their diet and exercise regimes
Generally usually found in a well-trained individual and usually indicates a well-balanced body.
As a guideline, an average person who is reasonably balanced will generally score between 70-79 points. Target Weight Offers a suggestion on what your target weight should be.
Weight Control Suggests how many kilograms to increase or decrease by.
Fat Control Suggests how much fat to increase or decrease in optimal health.
Muscle Control Suggests how much muscle to increase for optimal health.
Body Balance Evaluation
This section reviews the balance of your Upper Body (between left and right arms), Lower Body (between left and right legs) and the balance between the Upper and Lower body.
Segmental Fat Analysis
It is a means of assessing an individual's distribution of fat around the body. This provides a way of determining predominant areas of fat located on the body. The percentages indicate an individual's fat mass in relation to their ideal percentage for their weight (100%). Less than 100% indicates a leaner fat mass in that area. Higher than 100% indicates a higher fat mass in that area.
Intracellular Water (ICW) is the water in the cells. Note that as muscles are cells, high muscle mass = high cells = high ICW.
Extracellular Water (ECW) is the water outside the cells. Note that ECW is usually high if ICW is high.
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
Is the minimum amount of energy required (calories) to sustain vital functions whilst at rest. The higher your muscle mass the higher your BMR will be.
Waist – Hip Ratio (WHR) is considered a good indicator of internal fat distribution on a person. Visceral Fat Level (VFL) is an indicator based on the amount of fat surrounding the internal organs in the abdomen. InBody suggests that it is ideal to maintain a visceral fat level under 9 to stay in the more balanced range.
Bone Mineral Content (BMC) is used in clinical medicine as an indirect indicator of Osteoporosis. A high mineral content generally indicates a higher bone density.
Body Cell Mass (BCM) is the sum of the cells containing intracellular water and protein found in the organs. The main role of this index is to help evaluate your nutritional state.
Arm Circumference (AC) is the measurement of the left arm.
Arm Muscle Circumference (AMC) is the measurement of the arm minus the fat. Excessive fat in this area may be suggestive of hormonal imbalances.