Take your body’s measurements in a whole new way. 

Go beyond the scale and see what you’re made of, the InBody Test breaks down your body composition and tracks your progress, as you engage on improving diet, exercise, and lifestyle modifications. 

Our office is excited to offer this innovative tool to assist you in taking control of your health and fitness. 

What is the InBody Test?

The InBody Test is a non-invasive body composition analysis that provides a detailed breakdown of your weight in terms of muscle, fat, and water on an InBody Result Sheet. The InBody is the easiest way to monitor measurable results you can trust, in order to reach your health and fitness goals. 

InBody Test will show a true assessment of your body 

To thoroughly learn about your body and its condition, take the InBody Test. In less than 60 seconds, the InBody will examine the compositions of your body, by revealing the percentage of body fat, muscle distribution, and body water balance. These key components are essential in understanding more about your body and can assist in strategizing a plan of action tailored to your individual needs. 

Track your progress with the InBody Test 

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 your progress. Watch the improvements from diet and exercise on paper as you advance toward a healthier you. 

Prior To Testing 

As with any testing, preparation is important: 

  • Do not eat or exercise for 3-4 hours before testing. 
  • Do not drink alcohol or consume caffeine 12 hours prior 
  • Use the bathroom before testing. 
  • Stand upright for about 5 minutes before testing 
  • Wear comfortable clothing, such as T-Shirt, light sweats or shorts 
  • Testing under similar conditions will enhance reproducibility when comparing results. 

Important: The InBody Scan is not to be performed with the following individuals

Individuals with medical implant devices such as pacemakers, or essential support devices such as patient monitoring systems, must not take the test.

Women who are pregnant

Women who are menstruating