InBody Assessment - Visualise Your Progress

The InBody230 results sheet provides a comprehensive, easy-to-read assessment of body composition. Detailed graphs and recommended ranges clearly illustrate patient results, progress and targets.

Body Composition


Body composition testing is the process of measuring the components of your body, in short what you're made of. Weight alone is not a clear indication of good health because it does not distinguish how many pounds are fat and how many are lean body mass. By regularly monitoring your body fat and muscle mass, you can understand how your diet, lifestyle and exercise regime are influencing your body composition. Knowing what's working for you can help you target and reach your wellness, appearance and longevity goals.

Body Composition Analysis

bodycompanalysisWhat we're made of impacts our health, appearance and our capabilities. Too much body fat increases our risk of developing diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Carrying too much weight places strain on our joints, heart and vital organs. Ideally, the skeletal muscle mass graph to the left should reach or surpass the normal range and the body fat mass graph should be falling within the normal range.

Obesity Analysis

obesityanalysisBMI isn't a measurement, but a calculation based on your height and weight. A BMI over the normal range can indicate a weight problem, or a degree of obesity. Individuals with large amounts of muscle mass for their height may also have a BMI over the normal range; this is not indicative of obesity or a health risk. Percentage of body fat is a measured component of your actual body composition, PBF is the percentage of your total weight that isn't muscle, bone or excess fluid. PBF is a more accurate means of assessing degrees of obesity or degrees of fitness.

Segmental Lean Analysis

segleananalysisUse this section to understand how your muscle mass is distributed throughout your body. Your segmental distribution could indicate that you have maintained or developed muscle mass proportionately. You may discover that you have a tendency toward a disproportionate amount of muscle in your legs or your trunk and arms. Genetically there are inherent tendencies toward more or less musculature in any of these areas. It's true that you can't "spot lose" fat, but you can develop or maintain certain muscles by using them more.

Body Fat & Lean Body Mass


Fat: + Need more body fat mass
- Lose body fat mass
LBM: + need more lean body mass
0.0 lbs maintain current LBM


Impedance of each segment per frequency.impedance

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)

basalmetrateThe BMR is the minimum number of calories needed to sustain life at a resting state. BMR is directly correlated with lean body mass. With age, muscle depletes and BMR steadily decreases.

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