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The InBody Test breaks down your body composition and in turn tracks your progress to staying fit and healthy.
Traditional BIA technology measures the human body as a single-cylinder using one frequency, which increases the likelihood of inaccurate results.
Conventional BIA devices use empirical estimations based on factors like age and sex to help improve accuracy. While this may work for people with a standard body type, it is inaccurate for those who do not fit this mold, such as fit elderly adults.
Everyone has a unique body composition—that’s why InBody makes innovative technology tailored to the individual, not a group.
InBody’s medical-grade body composition analyzers use four pillars of technology to provide accurate, precise direct segmental measurement multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis (DSM-MFBIA) extensively validated to gold-standard methods.
Weight can be misleading when used as an indicator of health. Anyone may experience frustration when their weight shows no change, even with exercise and an improved nutrition. Your body is a complex structure made of different components; such as body water, fat and muscle. Your body cannot be expressed with one simple number.
To thoroughly learn about your body and its condition, take the InBody Test. In less than 60 seconds, the InBody not only examines the compositions of your body, but also reveals percentage of body fat, muscle distribution, and body water balance; components that are key in understanding more about your body.
Taking the InBody Test once will give you a snapshot of your body in that moment of time. However, taking the InBody Test consistently will give you a timeline of progress. Watch the improvements from exercise and diet and do not let your hard work go to waste.
Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a method for measuring body composition, including muscle mass, body fat, and total body water. Alternating low and high-frequency electrical currents are sent through the water in the body via contact with electrodes to measure impedance.
The impedance is used to determine total body water (TBW), which can then be used to derive your fat-free mass—the portion of your body that does not contain fat, including your muscle and bone—and finally, body fat.