During June we ran a competition with a 40" HD TV up for grabs - members simply had to complete 3 scans on Boditrax, our state-of-the-art body composition scanner, to be in with a chance of winning. If you haven't yet heard about this great piece of kit, keep reading for more information.
Congratulations to our winner, Dino Bergagnini, who was drawn at random from all the eligible members. Dino had the following to say about Boditrax:
"Boditrax is a fantastic tool that helps me to monitor my body composition. As a gym addict, I am particularly interested in the body fat measurement, and Boditrax help me to track closely my progress. Also, the fact that every data is recorded online is a real plus."
Used at numerous NHS institutions, private medical centres and Premier League Football Clubs, Boditrax is an elite piece of equipment designed to accurately measure your total overall body health.
Some of the analysis Boditrax can provide includes:
- Basel Metabolic Rate (BMR) - the number of calories your body burns at rest to maintain normal body functions.
- BMS (Basel Metabolic Score) - identifies your body’s ability to burn the fuel you take on board on a daily basis
- Muscle Score - the amount of muscle in your 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 Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Metabolic Age - 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.
This piece of equipment is free to use for all of our members and allows users to track their goals, progress and overall health, and use Boditrax as a motivational tool to improve health and results.
For more information, please speak to a member of the team.