How are you tracking your fitness and/or weight loss progress?
Weight loss can be an important method in trying to live a healthier lifestyle. Oftentimes we use a bathroom scale to help us track how much weight we’re losing. But doesn’t it seem like that new diet or exercise you’ve been trying only helps you lose weight temporarily and sometimes you end up gaining even more weight? Doesn’t it feel like nothing is really working out the way you had expected? That’s because your bathroom scale is misleading.
Ditch the scale.
Your weight is made up of muscle, fat, and water. The key to effective weight loss is losing excess body fat, not overall body weight. Weight loss is not the same as fat loss. Instead of tracking how heavy you are, use body composition analysis to track how healthy you really are.
Body composition analysis is key.
Body composition analysis refers to measuring your body composition, generally known as your body muscle, fat, and water. Instead of focusing on a single number on your scale, body composition analysis allows you to focus on losing body fat and gaining muscle while retaining the proper amount of body water in specific areas of your body. Body composition analysis is the key to tracking and maintaining effective weight loss.
The InBody 270 accurately measures your body composition in less than 15 seconds and prints out a results sheet which lists out your body composition components, tracking your progress over time.
This device shows you key components of your health like your:
• Skeletal Muscle Mass
• Percent Body Fat
• Body Fat Mass
• Basal Metabolic Rate and more!
$50* for an InBody Scan & Report
*Caring for the Body members have complimentary access to the InBody to monitor their progress. We recommend an InBody Test every 4 weeks to continuously monitor and improve your body composition during a weight loss program.
To learn more about the InBody Technology and to get started with Caring for the Body, PLLC, we recommend you schedule a FREE 15-minute Strategy Session with our Patient Care Coordinator. This call is designed to help us understand your health goals, answer your questions about our practice, and help you determine if our practice is a good fit for your needs.