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June 16, 2018



INTRODUCING THE INBODY TEST - Body Composition Analyzer


The InBody has revolutionized the field of BIA (Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis) and is the most advanced product in the market. With a 98% correlation with gold standard body composition analysis methods such as DEXA, the InBody is trusted by top hospitals, gyms, and professional sports teams because of its precision and ease of use. The InBody is fast, accurate, and non-invasive. By standing on the device for 45 seconds, the InBody Test looks beyond the scale to show you what you're made of.




Why InBody?


The 8-Point Tactile Electrode System with patented thumb electrodes fries the starting points of the Inbody electrical currents. This enhances accuracy and precision in test results. The InBody uses multiple frequencies to measure your body in water at two levels; intracellular water and extracellular water. The InBody uses DSM-BIA to measure your whole body in 5 segments; the four limbs in the trunk. This is also known as the 5 cylinder model. No statistical data is applied to your test results because InBody uses only impedance to measure your body, your results are personalized and unique.



Why Take The InBody Test?


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) Set your goals?


Measuring your Percent Body Fat allows you to better gauge your health, helping you achieve your fitness goals or bringing that percentage down. 






1) Measure Your Strength 


How much muscle do you have in your arms? Your legs? With the InBody Test, discover how many pounds of muscle you have distributed in each portion of your body. See which exercises bring out the best results. 


2) Manage Your Fat 


Understand the distribution of your body fat through segmental Fat Analysis. Track changes your segmental fat by observing the changes in pounds and percentages. Visceral Fat Level shows you feel the fat content surrounding your organs. Keep this number at or below 10.


3) Monitor Your Water 


Monitor the changes in your ECW/TBW ratio for water retention or n. The normal range of ECW/TBW is between 0.360 and 0.390. The ideal ratio is 0.380.


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


See what you're made of and book your InBody test at BodyByBrandt or purchase the Metabolic365 program and receive bi-weekly InBody tests! 










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