BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS

Is your scale lying to you? If you are like most people, it probably is. But with a Body Composition Scan, you can see what you are really made of and how that impacts everything in your life: from how you train, to how you eat, to how you sleep.  In under a minute, you can see your body fat percentage, basal metabolic rate, segmental muscle balance, body composition history, and more on an easy-to-ready results printout. Our Inbody Body Composition Scanner is the most advanced body composition analyzer on the market and is trusted by leading hospitals, universities, and professional sports teams because of its precision. 

At CrossFit Spelaion, we pride ourselves on delivering measurable results for our clients. The InBody body composition analyzer is one tool we use to ensure the people we train are progressing towards their goals in a meaningful way. 

In under a minute, the InBody Body Composition Scan will determine your body fat percentage, skeletal muscle mass, total body water, and visceral fat level.

You will get answers to the following questions:

  • Am I overtraining?

  • What should my target calorie intake be to achieve my goals?

  • Am I at risk for chronic disease?

  • Do I have a muscle imbalance?

After your scan, we will breakdown your results and help you develop a plan to improve the data over time. Once you've followed the plan, a re-scan will show you the real results you achieved.

Common Questions and Answers Regarding Body Composition Testing: 

How often should I get a body composition scan?

We find it's best to wait 2-4 weeks between scans to see meaningful changes, but regular, periodic testing is the key to tracking measurable progress toward your goals.

How long does the body composition scan take?

While the InBody scan itself takes less than a minute to complete, we will take 10-15 minutes to go over your results with you, answer any questions you may have, and discuss a plan to improve your key markers.

Is there an ideal time to do a body composition scan?

Ideally, you should complete the scan prior to working out and on an empty stomach. If you do complete your scan post workout or after a full day of eating, just try to make sure the conditions are the same the next time you get scanned for consistency of results.

Is there any reason why I should not get scanned?

InBody scans are not recommended for individuals who have pacemakers, metal implants, or women who are pregnant.

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