Hey All, our friend Ayda will be coming by the gym on Wednesday March 21st to offer Advanced Body Composition Analysis through the use of the InBody 570 Machine.
The test is quick and non-invasive, taking less than a minute to complete and will measure fat, visceral fat, muscle and total body water. The water data will be divided into both intracellular water and extracellular water, which will help provide insight into your body’s fluid distribution. These values are important measures for understanding your physical makeup and can help you determine how to train more efficiently for your body type.
Following the test, you will receive a results sheet from Ayda and a one-on-one explanation so you can have a thorough understanding of your results. If you are interested in booking a time slot for your body composition analysis, reach out to Dave and he will schedule a time for you.
When can you schedule your Body Composition Analysis?
Date: Wednesday March 21st
Available Time Slots: The morning between 7 am and 11 am, and the afternoon between 3 pm and 7:30 pm
Fee: $40 per session or 2 sessions for $75
What to do before your analysis?
The InBody 570 is a highly accurate, medically graded device. So even though the test itself is very simple and fast, it’s important that your body is in the right condition in order to get the most accurate results.
- Please follow these steps before completing your InBody analysis:
- Make sure you’re well hydrated the day before.
- Avoid drinking caffeine on the day of your test.
- Avoid eating for 3-4 hours before testing.
- Use the bathroom before testing.
- Avoid any vigorous exercise for 6-12 hours before testing.
- Avoid drinking alcohol for 24 hours before testing.
- Don’t take the test immediately after a shower or sauna.
- Remove jewelry, socks, pantyhose, and shoes.
- Avoid using lotion or ointment on your hands or feet.
- Stand upright for at least 5 minutes before testing.
- If testing in the winter, warm yourself up for 20 minutes before the test.
- Females should avoid testing when pregnant or during menstruation.
- Individuals with pacemakers or other electronic medical devices should not take the InBody Test.
At CFNV, we are always looking for ways to support our athletes and this is the perfect opportunity for each of you to have a better understanding of your body and to learn how to train more effectively based on your body composition. Come by and give the test a try!