Gym owners all around the world are starting to see the benefits of having an accurate body composition analyser in their gym. In-Body does not only provide an accurate body composition analyser it also helps you to take your gym to the next level!
At InBody we assist you in the full customer journey of your clients. From the moment of intake to a fully motivated gym member, In-Body provides materials to increase motivation, loyalty and reve-nue.
n less than 60 seconds, the InBody test provides easy-to-understand, accurate and objective measurements to evaluate a client’s current body composition as well as monitor the success of your programs. Fitness Professionals can use the InBody to:
If you determine success by weight, it’s hard to see improvement. The InBody Result Sheet creates a tangible way to show clients information a bathroom scale can’t show: muscle gain and fat loss. By using an InBody, you’ll be able to keep your clients motivated, engaged and coming back to your fitness facility.
Prove the quality of your services on paper. Give your clients their results in black and white and show them how they can improve.
Show your clients you’re with them every step of the way on their health and fitness journeys. Inspire your members to focus on changes that really matter based on their InBody Test results.
Boost your ROI and revenue by offering complimentary consulta-tions with InBody Tests. Sell the tests separately or include them in the gym memberships.
Use the Body Composition History chart on the InBody Result Sheet to show clients the progress they’ve made since joining your gym. This will help you retain more members. You can also track changes in the LookInBody Software.
“Minimizing lean mass loss is an important health and safety consideration in order to maintain strength and physical function and also to maximize basal metabolic rate for long-term weight maintenance.”
“Body composition measurements can provide information on fat, muscle content, and basal metabolic rate, which can be used for weight loss programs and follow-ups.”
“Monitoring body composition regularly helps to personalize nutritional plans and reduce the risk of malnutrition and sarcopenia, resulting in a better quality of life for our patients.”
It lets you show your client how their body composition compares against people of the same height and gender. For many people, this section of the Result Sheet is one of their favorite sections. Why? Because it allows you to categorize different body types more easily. This section makes it simple for you to give your clients a good, general idea about their current overall body composition and what changes they need to make.
The total weight of your client’s Skeletal Muscle. These are the muscles that can be grown and developed through exercise. Unlike LBM, which includes everything that isn’t body fat, you can view an increase in SMM as actual muscle gain.
This is how much body fat your client has, and combines both the surface level and internal fat.The Muscle-Fat Analysis also tells you whether your client has a healthy balance of SMM and Body Fat Mass in respect to his or her weight
Your Magnifying Glass
Segmental Analysis provides body composition data in segments in addition
to the usual full body analysis.
For example, the InBody technology divides the body into five segments or
“cylinders”: the two arms, two legs, and the trunk (the area between the neck
Anyone can theoretically be underdeveloped/overdeveloped (depending on your body goals) for certain body segments. The good news is that segmental analysis allows you to identify and compare these segments.The Segmental Lean Analysis graph is an effective and informed assessment of lean mass distribution within the five segments of a user's body. This helps professionals closely monitor changes and make adjustments as necessary.
Segmental body analysis is particularly useful for anyone who wants to measure and track their body composition progress. However, it can prove extremely beneficial for the following groups:
You can show your client their body fat percentage to help them under-stand their health and fitness better. The Obesity Analysis includes the signature metric of any body composition analysis: Percent Body Fat (PBF).
It’s a deceptively simple metric – a division of body fat mass by total weight – but it is a much better indicator of the risk of obesity than BMI, which is one of the major reasons BMI is still included in the analysis – to highlight its flaws by comparing it to PBF.
Knowing how much you weigh tells you very little because two people can have the same weight but have completely different body compositions and health risks. Your body fat percentage (PBF) puts your weight into context, telling you far more about yourself than how heavy you are.
Understanding your body fat percentage helps you decide which of the two goals that reflect healthy body composition changes – increasing Lean Body Mass and decreasing Fat Mass – you should be working on. It’s difficult to point to any single “ideal” percentage because what may be ideal for a bodybuilder may be different than what’s ideal for a soccer player. For this reason, ranges are used to give people an idea of where they stand in terms of health.
•For men: 10-20% is considered normal/healthy
•For women: 18-28% is considered normal/healthy
These ranges may vary depending on who your source is. Knowing where your body fat percentage falls in these ranges can be very helpful for you to decide how to improve your overall composition
Body Composition History, automatically tracks some of the most important body composition metrics. This makes it really easy to identify trends over time. The Body Composition History also makes it easy to raise red flags when negative changes in body
Direct Segmental Measurement (DSM) measures water, muscle mass and fat mass in the body in five segments: Right Arm, Left Arm, Right Leg, Left Leg and Trunk. By measuring each segment of the body separately, InBody provides an in-depth analysis of the patient’s muscle-fat and fluid balance in each segment independently. Identifying the patient’s lean and fat distribution allows a better assessment of associated health risks while segmental ECW/TBW can be used to identify systemic or localized inflammation resulting from injury, underlying health conditions or surgical complications.
InBody devices utilize multiple frequencies to measure body water more accurately. These high and low frequencies measure both intracellular and extracellular water, producing precise measures of each body water compartment. With accurate fluid measures, InBody can be used to identify fluid imbalances or water retention stemming from inflammation or injury as well as monitor changes resulting from exercise interventions and recovery.
InBody uses an 8-Point Tactile Electrode system to ensure that measurements always start in the same place, test after test. This technology creates precise and reproducible results, ensuring that the results obtained are a direct outcome of clinical recommendations and interventions, rather than error.
InBody does not rely on empirical estimations based on age, gender or ethnicity to predict results. With the high level of accuracy and precision achieved with the aforementioned technological advancements, InBody removes population-associated assumptions when determining body composition to ensure results are based solely on the individual, increasing sensitivity to the individual’s unique makeup of muscle and fat, enabling effective tracking of changes.