Body composition is a method of breaking down the body into its core components: fat, protein, minerals, and body water. It describes your weight more accurately and provides a better glimpse into your overall health than traditional methods. Body composition analysis can accurately show changes in fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage.
InBody is a comprehensive test that measures your fat, muscle, and water levels in less than a minute and is 98% accurate. Each InBody Test will print out a full-page results sheet detailing the muscle, fat, and water values of the user. The InBody provides you with lean mass and fat values in each segment of the body to give you a proper assessment of body composition.
Current Member Pricing
TCF's membership includes one free Inbody scan per year. Every additional scan is $20.
Each Inbody Scan will cost $30.
Member: pack of 3 scans for $50
Non-member: pack of 2 scans for $50
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How to Test
DO maintain your normal fluid intake the day before
DO stand upright for at least 5 minutes
DO remove any socks or pantyhose
DO remove all heavy accessories like jewelry, watches, and jackets
DO warm yourself up for 20 minutes in cold weather
DO use the restroom
DON’T eat or exercise for at least 3 hours
DON’T consume alcohol or excess caffeine for at least 24 hours
DON’T shower or use a sauna
DON’T use lotion or ointment on your hands and feet
Step 1: Wipe Down Hands & Feet
Wipe down your hands and feet with an Inbody Tissue to increase your conductivity
Step 2: Step onto the Inbody
Align your feet with the foot electrodes - your weight will be automatically measured
Step 3: Enter your Information
Once the Inbody confirms your weight, enter your ID, height, and age
Step 4: Grab the Handles
Place your thumbs on the oval electrodes
Step 5: Get into Position
Keep your arms straight and hold the handles away from your body at a 45-degree angle
Step 6: Maintain Testing Posture
Keep still and maintain the testing posture until the test is completed
Step 7: Receive your Results
Your Inbody Test results will automatically print out once the test is completed
Inbody Results Sheet
The InBody Result Sheet displays your body composition measurements in a clear, easy-to-read way to make understanding your results simple. Below you will find a concise breakdown of each section of the result sheet.
Body Composition Analysis:
This section breaks down your Weight as a sum of Total Body Water, Dry Lean Mass, and Body Fat Mass. At the top, Total Body Water shows how much water comprises your weight. Right below is your Dry Lean Mass. This value is the weight of the protein and mineral content in your body.
This section displays your body fat percentage, or Percent Body Fat (PBF), and Body Mass Index (BMI), as well as the healthy ranges for these measurements. Body fat percentage is a division of your body fat mass by your total weight and a much better indicator of your risk of obesity than BMI.
Body Composition Analysis:
At the bottom of the Result Sheet is the Body Composition History graph, which automatically tracks your Weight, Skeletal Muscle Mass, and Percent Body Fat measures from recent tests (up to 8).
The purpose of this graph is to let you monitor positive and negative changes in body composition so you can adjust your diet and exercise plan to get the results you desire.
Muscle Fat Analysis:
This section shows how your Weight, Skeletal Muscle Mass, and Body Fat Mass compare to the healthy average range of people of the same height and sex. With Muscle-Fat Analysis, you get a better understanding of where your current body composition is so you can make any changes to get it to where you would like it to be.
Segmental Lean Analysis:
Segmental Lean Analysis displays your Lean Body Mass (Fat-Free Mass) in all body segments in pounds and its sufficiency to support your body weight as a percentage. The InBody divides your body into five body segments: your arms, legs, and trunk (torso), or the area between your neck, arms, and legs. The data for each body segment is displayed as two bars.