Body Composition Scan: Pop Up Dates
Every BLOCK, we will be announcing pop-up dates where our team will dedicate an hour at each location (that offers scans) to showing you how to use the machine, as well as provide you with a free baseline scan. Further, your membership includes one free scan per month once you’ve learned how to operate the machine.
Here are a few other options:
- Private Assessment ($20, one time) — If you cannot make the pop-up times you may schedule a single session tutorial and baseline scan for a free.
- Weekly Scan Access ($20 per month) — If you want to scan more regularly for greater accuracy above the standard inclusion of a free monthly scan.
To do either, simply email: Bryan@Perform-360.com
Why should I scan?
You have very little way of knowing the physique and health progress you are making without it. The scale at your home will not provide you a breakdown of fat lost and muscle gain and will be very misleading. Often, folks are shocked to find out how much progress they have made when they decide to measure via the scan and not the at-home scale.
Also, we make it free and it’s an incredible value to take advantage of that we provide to you.
Do you need to register for the pop up date?
No, it is first come, first serve.
Can I scan after I work out?
It is not recommended as you will have just lost a lot of water weight and the baseline will not be an accurate representation of your true resting composition.
What is used?
The technology we use are the InBody 270 which are $6,000 machines that provide the following:
How does the technology work?
Our InBody devices use a method called Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) to measure body composition, which divide your weight into different components, such as lean body mass and fat mass, to assess your health and help guide interventions. However unlike other body composition analyzers, we do not use empirical estimations such as age, gender, ethnicity, athleticism, or body shape.
InBody’s medical-grade body composition analyzers rely on four pillars of technology to provide clients with accurate and precise direct segmental measurement multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis (DSM-MFBIA) results that have been extensively validated to gold-standard methods.
How accurate is the InBody?
InBody’s accuracy has been tested and validated through numerous medical studies. Over 400 papers have been published utilizing InBody devices for research around the globe. From NASA, dialysis, to cancer related research, medical professionals and researchers use InBody body composition analyzers to provide trustworthy data.