Body Composition Testing

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See what you’re made of.

Traditional methods of assessing health, such as BMI, can be misleading.

Going beyond your weight, the medical-grade InBody Scan offers a non-invasive body composition analysis that provides a detailed breakdown of your weight in terms of muscle, fat, minerals, and water.

No more guesswork in figuring out what’s working and what’s not. Stay motivated by tracking your progress every step of the way.

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Why get an InBody Scan?

1. Understand Your Weight
When you measure your weight, what are you actually seeing? Weight alone is a poor indicator of health because it does not distinguish fat from muscle. The InBody divides your weight into water, muscle, and fat.
2. Measure Your Strength
How much muscle do you have in your arms? Your legs? With the InBody Test, discover how many pounds of lean mass you have distributed in each portion of your body.
3. Set Your Goals
BMI is an inaccurate way of measuring how healthy you are. Instead, focus on your body fat to weight ratio, also known as percent body fat. Measuring your Percent Body Fat allows you to better your health from the inside out so you focus on fat loss and not just weight loss.
4. Track Your Progress
Knowing how much fat and muscle you have is only the beginning. With your baseline set, continuously taking the InBody Test allows you to monitor and track the changes in your body.

Pricing

InBody Scan appointments are 15 minutes and include a comprehensive result interpretation.

Non-Member

$6500

Member

$4900

10 Pack

$450
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FAQ’s

What is body composition?

Body composition analysis is a whole body assessment that gives you the blueprint for improving your health. Think about when you take your car into the shop for an inspection. In order to examine the condition of the car, the mechanic opens the hood, checks the fluids, and inspects the working components. Body composition analysis is the same idea, except instead of examining your engine oil level or testing the battery life, you are getting a measurement of your fat, muscle mass, and body water levels.

Why measure body composition rather than body weight?

The problem with using a scale to estimate progress is there are so many factors that can influence an increase in body weight, a few of which include: an undigested meal or drink, water retention due to glycogen or sodium, and body fat gain due to being in a caloric surplus. Without testing your body composition, there will be no way to know what any gain or loss in your body weight is due to.