Body Composition

Body Composition

Body composition analysis is one of the most precise tools for fitness assessments and performance improvement

Use a Body Composition Analysis to Assess Your Fitness and Design the Best Fitness Training Regimen

Everyone knows the disappointment and frustration of poor results after spending hours of hard work in the gym or studio. Unfortunately, such disappointments cause many to quit. Obtaining a comprehensive analysis of your body, can help avoid the most common pitfalls associated with designing a fitness training regimen.

Body composition analysis goes beyond basic body mass index (BMI) tests, which is commonly used to determine fitness and health status. In less than 10 minutes, our medical body composition analyzers can perform precise analysis of your fat mass, skeletal muscle mass, and both extracellular and intracellular water. With that comprehensive information, it is now possible to design a workout routine tailored to your unique body composition and specific fitness and health needs.



The DEXA scan is the gold standard in body composition assessment, because of its accuracy, precision, and reliability. This device accurately measures your total body fat and includes the exact breakdown of bone mass, fat tissue, and muscle in your body. This enables you to accurately track your body composition changes over time.

Fit3D Proscanner

In 40 second the Fit3D scanner takes a full 3D, 360-degree body scan and capture hundreds of precise body measurements, to extract essential fitness data. With this technology, we can assess and track your progress with weight loss, inches lost, and muscle gained through your diet and exercise regimen


Seca mBCA 514

The seca mBCA 514, the most advance bioelectrical impedance analysis device, in the world.  It is the only device that can take a single measurement in less than 20 seconds to determine fat mass, skeletal muscle mass, extracellular water, and intracellular water. These measurements are important components in accurately assessing fitness and health status.

Why You Should Get a Total Body Composition Analysis

Physical training utilizes your body’s energy stores. Designing an effective workout program requires precise calculations of stored energy in your body and how you use that stored energy efficiently. Now you will be able to see exactly what your body needs for optimal performance, in the gym or studio.

Adequate hydration is very important in optimizing your performance. An accurate analysis of fluid levels in your body, can determine whether you are dehydrated or retaining too much water. This information is vital to help you to create an effective workout routine, that meets your specific hydration needs, because under or over hydration can ruin your results.

Lastly, a total body composition analysis can give you a better understanding of your overall health status and identify risk factors for acute or chronic health problems. This is important because individuals can appear healthy yet have undiagnosed cardiovascular issues. Our medical precise body composition analysis can help prevent possible life-threatening  problems or injuries.

Posture and Balance Analysis

An effective fitness program requires a deep understanding of shifts, tilts, and rotations in your body from your head to your ankles, as well as balance. Our body composition analysis scan, accurately captures precise data to measure and display posture and balance. Balance and symmetry are very important to optimize body development and injury prevention.

How to Use your Body Composition Results

Working with a physician and a physical trainer is the best way to ensure you design a workout suited to your needs and body composition. It is also important to create a schedule that fits your lifestyle and body type to avoid unnecessary anxiety and overworking yourself.

Tracking your development during training is essential because it allows you to adjust your workout and properly time your periodization schedule. It is difficult to create a good training program without understanding your body’s natural cycles.

Get checked often, because getting an initial body composition analysis, is as important as tracking your results and growth on a regular basis. Check back every few weeks or months to see how your body has changed, and adjust your training regimen accordingly.