Often when people first come to a gym they have goals to lose weight or build muscle or most likely they just want to be healthier, while these are all great starting points, what does that actually mean or your body?
Well now, with the help of the Boditrax composition and movement tracking scales you can find out and give your workout real focus and get meaningful results.
Broken down into 3 key area you can start to understand your body’s make-up and needs
Here’s your key stats which the machine will begin to benchmark you against, including:
- Body Weight
- Ideal body weight
- Impendance (quality of the reading)
Now we really get under your skin and see what you’re made of
- Fat percentage and mass
- Muscle percentage and mass
- Water percentage and mass
- Bone percentage and mass
The true story of how you’re currently shaping up
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
Minimum level of calories (energy) your body needs to function effectively. The body uses about 70% of the calories you consume to run all your major organs and functions such as the nervous, respiratory and circulatory making this number quite important.
Basal Metabolic Score
This identifies your body’s ability to burn the fuel you take on board on a daily basis
Show the amount of muscle in the body
Visceral Fat Rating
Visceral fat is the fat that sits around your vital organs, in your internal abdominal cavity and generally increases with age. Having low VFR is believed to reduce the risk of diseases such as heart disease, blood pressure and the onset of Type 2 Diabetes.
Degree of Obesity
The percentage you are away from your ideal weight, as calculated for your BMI
Benchmarking from your BMR, the machine identifies the most common age of person with your stats. If it’s higher than your actual age increased exercise will build healthy muscle tissue and reduce your age.