Body Composition Analysis

Our dieters tell us that they look forward to getting on the scale each week whereas on other programs they have done in the past the weigh in was their least favorite part. And not for the reason you might think … not due to weight gain or cheating on their program; rather, because just knowing the pounds of weight change did not reveal the whole story.

Our center utilizes state of the art equipment because we understand that pounds of weight is just one part of a person’s overall weight status. Our scale measures and charts your weight loss and breaks it down by

  • body mass index (BMI)
  • Body fat percentage
  • Body Fat Mass
  • Body fat Range
  • Fat free Mass
  • Body water percentage
  • Body water mass
  • Basal Metabolic Rate

And also:

  • Desirable weight range
  • Body fat percentage range
  • Body fat mass range
  • Body Mass Index range

These are the numbers you need to know in order to understand your weight status, not just pounds lost or gained. Each time a client steps on the scale, this information is analyzed digitally and stored in their own personal account. Our system automatically tracks all data and organizes it into easy to read and user friendly charts, that show a detailed summary of each weigh in over time.

 

 

Here is an example of one of our clients’ summaries:
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As you can see on the three graphs, her weight and body fat percentage has been decreasing at a steady and maintained rate, and also her percentage of body water has gradually increased.

Her body mass index (BMI), body fat percentage, and body water percentage are also plotted on a scale that shows where the desired ranges are.

We find this system extremely successful because it offers information for both visual and numerical learners.