We measure your body composition with the InBody 720 device, based on bioimpedance. You will receive a printed test report, and the tester will go through the results with you and give you tips on exercise and nutrition.
BIA (Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis) is a method of analysing body composition by passing a small electrical current through the body. Since electricity is only conducted by water contained in the body, the composition of the body can be calculated by measuring impedance, i.e. the body’s resistance to electric current.
Body composition is measured in five segments, using multi-frequency electric current. Measuring segment by segment is important, because different parts of the body (for example, the abdomen vs. an arm or a leg) have different impedances.
Who is the analysis meant for?
Why should YOU have an InBody analysis performed?
Monitoring changes through follow-up analyses
How should you prepare for your analysis?