Body Comp Analysis

Body Composition

Quick Weight Loss

Weight loss is measured in a number of ways in addition to pounds. The following elements of your body composition analysis are recorded at each weekly check-in and tracked throughout your program. We analyze these measurements to create a comprehensive picture of your current health, so that we can offer you the support and tools you need to facilitate the best ways to lose weight, customized to you.*

These measurements also enable us to ensure that you’re healthy throughout your program, while allowing you to see your weight loss results in real-time.*

Body Fat Percentage Testing

Body fat is vital to daily body functions. It cushions joints, protects organs, helps regulate body temperature, and stores vitamins. However, serious health risks are associated with both too much, and too little body fat.

Fat Mass/Fat Free Mass

Fat Free Mass is everything in the body that is not fat; muscle, water, bone, connective tissue, etc. Muscle acts as the body’s natural “fat-burning engine,” therefore it is important to maintain or even gain healthy muscle mass when exercising or dieting.

Total Body Water Percentage

It is important to ensure your body is not dehydrated, especially when exercising or dieting.

Muscle Mass

The muscle mass includes the skeletal muscles, smooth muscles, and the water contained in these muscles. Muscles play an important role as they act as an engine in consuming energy. As your muscle mass increases, your energy consumption increases helping you reduce excess body fat levels and lose weight in a healthy way.

Physique Rating

As you become more active and reduce the amount of body fat, your physique rating will also change accordingly. Even though your weight may not change, your muscle and body fat levels may be changing making you healthier and at a lower risk of certain diseases.

Basal Metabolic Rate

Basal Metabolic Rate reflects the amount of calories used by the body to maintain normal functions when at rest. Daily activities and exercise increase BMR by approximately 15%. BMR helps you establish just how many calories your body needs in a day to achieve proper energy balance.

Metabolic Age

This feature compares your BMR to the average age associated with that level of metabolism. If your Basal Metabolic Age is higher than your actual age, it is an indication that you need to improve your metabolic rate. Increased exercise will build healthy muscle tissue, which will improve your metabolic age.

Bone Mass

This feature indicates the weight of bone in the body. While bone structure is unlikely to undergo noticeable changes in a short period, it is important that you develop and maintain healthy bones by having a balanced diet and plenty of exercise.

Visceral Fat Rating

Visceral Fat is the fat in the abdominal cavity, surrounding the vital organs. Even if your weight and body fat remain constant, as you get older the distribution of fat changes and is more likely to increase in the trunk area. Ensuring you have a healthy level of visceral fat reduces the risk of certain conditions.

Body Mass Index

BMI is a standard height to weight ratio useful for classifying risks associated with weight gain. 


The measured resistance of your body in ohms.