The scale only tells part of the story and that story can be skewed . Go beyond the traditional measurement of bodyweight and go “beyond the scale” with an InBody analysis. At Training For Warriors Fair Lawn we recommend doing an analysis when you start the program then every 6-8 weeks to monitor your progress. The InBody Test gives a comprehensive print out of your body composition. Let us take a look at some of the key measurements. The Muscle – Fat Analysis The 3 bars show your weight, skeletal muscle and body fat mass. The ideal graph should have body weight and body fat mass in a line with the percentage of muscle spiking out. This creates a letter D shape.
Segmental Lean Analysis Evaluates whether the amount of muscle is adequately distributed throughout the body. Compares muscle mass to the ideal.
Body Composition History Shows the type of progress you are making.
Body Fat Charts
Basal Metabolic Rate Is the minimum number of calories needed to sustain life at a resting state. This number can be multiplied by 1.55 to get your TDEE ( Total Daily Energy Expenditure). That is if you are engaged in exercise 3-5 days per work. This dictate roughly how many calories you will need to maintain your current status. In the following example the persons BMR is 1168. You would multiple 1168 x 1.55 = 1810.4. 1810.4 represents the amount of calories you would need to maintain current weight.