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Body Composition Analysis Report

Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis is a technique used for estimating body composition. It’s a fast and safe technique that’s become very popular, due to its ease of use. This gives you a true indicator of your inner health. So find out exactly what you are made of, use it to help you achieve your optimal fitness level and improve your health and wellbeing.

Body composition monitors use advanced Bioelectric Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology. When you stand on the monitor, a very low, safe electrical signal is sent from four metal electrodes through your feet to your legs and abdomen. The electrical signal passes quickly through water that is present in hydrated muscle tissue but meets resistance when it hits fat tissue. This resistance, known as impedance, is measured and input into scientifically validated equations to calculate body composition measurements. Depending on the monitor, body composition measurements are provided in under 20 seconds.

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Understand your Body

The more you know about how your body works, the better you can take care of it.

  • Body Weight
  • Body Fat Percentage and Body Fat Mass
  • Fat Free Mass
  • Muscle Mass
  • Total Body Water
  • Bone Mass
  • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
  • Metabolic Age
  • Visceral Fat Rating
  • BMI (Body Mass Index)
  • Ideal Body Weight
  • Impedance
Your body is composed of three main components: fat, lean body mass (muscle, bone,and organs), and water. The percentages of each vary from person to person, and by gender (men have more muscle; women more fat) and age (in general, as we age we have less muscle mass). Obviously, as you lose weight, you want to lose fat and not lean body mass! Weight alone is not a clear indicator of good health because it does not distinguish between kgs that come from body fat and those that come from lean body mass or muscle. Carrying too much fat is a condition called obesity,and puts a person at risk for many serious medical conditions including heart disease, diabetes and even certain forms of cancer. In fact, obesity contributes to at least half the chronic diseases.
Body Fat Percentage is the proportion of fat to the total body weight. Body Fat Mass is the actual weight of fat in your body. Body fat is essential for maintaining body temperature, cushioning joints and protecting internal organs. The energy, or calories, our body needs comes from what we eat and drink. Energy is burned through physical activity and general bodily functions. If you consume the same number ofcalories as you burn, all the calories are converted into energy. But if you consume more than you burn, excess calories are stored in fat cells. If this stored fatis not converted into energy later, it creates excess body fat.

IDEAL BODY FAT PERCENTAGE CHART (Jackson & Pollock)

Age (Years) Body Fat%
Men Women
20 8.5% 17.7%
25 10.5% 18.4%
30 12.7% 19.3%
35 13.7% 21.5%
40 15.3% 22.2%
45 16.4% 22.9%
50 18.9% 25.2%
55 20.9% 26.3%

Source: Jackson AS, Pollock ML. Generalized equations for predicting body density of men. Br j Nutr. 1978;40(3): 497 -504. Jackson AS, Pollock ML, Ward A. Generalized equations for predicting body density of women.Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1980;12(3):175-81.

Woman have more body fat than men — about five percent more. By nature, a woman’s body is developed to protect her and a potential fetus. As a result, women have more enzymes for storing fat and fewer enzymes for burning fat. Additionally, the estrogen in women activates fat storing enzymes and causes them to multiply. Too much fat can damage your long-term health. Reducing excess levels of body fat has been shown to directly reduce the risk of certain conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and certain cancers.

Fat Free Mass is everything in the body that is not fat; muscle, water, bone, connectivetissue, etc. Muscle acts as the body’s natural “fat-burning engine,” therefore it is important to maintain or even gain healthy muscle mass when dieting or exercising.
The predicted weight of muscle in your body. Muscle mass includes the skeletal muscles,smooth muscles such as cardiac and digestive muscles and the water contained in these muscles. Muscles act as an engine in consuming energy. As your muscle mass increases, the rate at which you burn energy (calories) increases which accelerates your basal metabolic rate (BMR) and helps you reduce excess body fat levels and lose weight in a healthy way. If you are exercising hard your muscle mass will increase and may increase your total body weight too.
Total Body Water is the total amount of fluid in the body expressed as a percentage of total weight.Water is an essential part of staying healthy. Over half the body consists of water. It regulates body temperature and helps eliminate waste. You lose water continuously through urine, sweat and breathing, so it’s important to keep replacing it. The amount of fluid needed every day varies from person to person and is affected by climatic conditions and how much physical activity you undertake.Being well hydrated helps concentration levels, sports performance and general wellbeing. Experts recommend that you should drink at least eight 8-12 glasses of fluid a day, preferably water or other low calorie drinks.


The average TBW% ranges for a healthy person are: Female 45 to 60% Male 50 to 65%
The Bone Mass feature indicates the estimated weight of bone mineral by statistical calculation based on close correlation with skeleton size and Fat Free Mass.
The daily minimum level of energy or calories your body requires when at rest (including sleeping) in order to function effectively. Increasing muscle mass will speed up your basal metabolic rate (BMR). A person with a high BMR burns more calories at rest than a person with a low BMR. About 70% of calories consumed every day are used for your basal metabolism. Increasing your muscle mass helps raise your BMR, which increases the number of calories you burn and helps to decrease body fat levels. Your BMR measurement can be used as a minimum baseline for a fitness program. Additional calories can be included depending on your activity level. The more active you are the more calories you burn and the more muscle you build, so you need to ensure you consume enough calories to keep your body fit and healthy.

As people age, their metabolic rate changes. Basal metabolism rises as a child matures and peaks at around 16 or 17, after which point it typically starts to decrease.A slow BMR will make it harder to lose body fat and overall weight.
Compares your BMR to an average for your age group. This is calculated by comparing your basal metabolic rate (BMR) to the BMR average of your chronological age group. If your metabolic age is higher than your actual age, it’s an indication that you need to improve your metabolic rate. Increased exercise will build healthy muscle tissue, which in turn will improve your metabolic age.
Visceral Fat (Abdominal Fat) is the fat that surrounds the vital organs on the trunk/ stomach area of the body. High Visceral Fat levels increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease & type-2 diabetes.
• 1-12 Low Risk • 13-59 High Risk
The body mass index (BMI) or Quetelet index is a value derived from the mass (weight) and height of an individual. The BMI is defined as the body mass divided by the square of the body height, and is universally expressed in units of kg/m2, resulting from mass in kilograms and height in metres. The BMI is an attempt to quantify the amount of tissue mass (muscle, fat, and bone) in an individual, and then categorize that person as underweight, normal weight, overweight, or obese based on that value

Body Mass Index WHO Classification
<18.5 Underweight
18.5 – 24.9 Healthy weight
25.0 – 29.9 Overweight
30+ Obese

The Ideal Body Weight is a healthy body weight range, computed on the basis of height,gender, and age. Knowing your ideal body weight is the first significant step towards good health. Improper weight management leads to many lifestyle diseases.
Measured in Ohms (Ώ) the Impedance value reflects the strength and speed of an electrical signal traveling through the body. Muscle is the signal’s highway, and fat mass is like a traffic jam. More muscle means it’s easier for the signal to pass throughyour body, resulting in a low impedance value and % of body fat. Consistent conditions and stable hydration status are not only healthy, but will also yield consistent results.

Your body is composed of three main components: fat, lean body mass (muscle, bone,and organs), and water. The percentages of each vary from person to person, and by gender (men have more muscle; women more fat) and age (in general, as we age we have less muscle mass). Obviously, as you lose weight, you want to lose fat and not lean body mass! Weight alone is not a clear indicator of good health because it does not distinguish between kgs that come from body fat and those that come from lean body mass or muscle. Carrying too much fat is a condition called obesity,and puts a person at risk for many serious medical conditions including heart disease,diabetes and even certain forms of cancer. In fact, obesity contributes to at least half the chronic diseases.
Body Fat Percentage is the proportion of fat to the total body weight. Body Fat Mass is the actual weight of fat in your body. Body fat is essential for maintaining body temperature, cushioning joints and protecting internal organs. The energy, or calories, our body needs comes from what we eat and drink. Energy is burned through physical activity and general bodily functions. If you consume the same number of calories as you burn, all the calories are converted into energy. But if you consume more than you burn, excess calories are stored in fat cells. If this stored fat is not converted into energy later, it creates excess body fat.
IDEAL BODY FAT PERCENTAGE CHART (Jackson & Pollock)
Age (Years)Body Fat%
MenWomen
208.5%17.7%
2510.5%18.4%
3012.7%19.3%
3513.7%21.5%
4015.3%22.2%
4516.4%22.9%
5018.9%25.2%
5520.9%26.3%

Source: Jackson AS, Pollock ML. Generalized equations for predicting body density of men. Br j Nutr. 1978;40(3): 497 -504.
Jackson AS, Pollock ML, Ward A. Generalized equations for predicting body density of women.Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1980;12(3):175-81.

Woman have more body fat than men — about five percent more. By nature, a woman’s body is developed to protect her and a potential fetus. As a result, women have more enzymes for storing fat and fewer enzymes for burning fat. Additionally, the estrogen in women activates fat storing enzymes and causes them to multiply. Too much fat can damage your long-term health. Reducing excess levels of body fat has been shown to directly reduce the risk of certain conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and certain cancers.

Fat Free Mass is everything in the body that is not fat; muscle, water, bone, connective tissue, etc. Muscle acts as the body’s natural “fat-burning engine,” therefore it is important to maintain or even gain healthy muscle mass when dieting or exercising.

The predicted weight of muscle in your body. Muscle mass includes the skeletal muscles, smooth muscles such as cardiac and digestive muscles and the water contained in these muscles. Muscles act as an engine in consuming energy. As your muscle mass increases, the rate at which you burn energy (calories) increases which accelerates your basal metabolic rate (BMR) and helps you reduce excess body fat levels and lose weight in a healthy way. If you are exercising hard your muscle mass will increase and may increase your total body weight too.

The average TBW% ranges for a healthy person are:

Female 45 to 60%

Male 50 to 65%

The Bone Mass feature indicates the estimated weight of bone mineral by statistical calculation based on close correlation with skeleton size and Fat Free Mass.

The daily minimum level of energy or calories your body requires when at rest (including sleeping) in order to function effectively. Increasing muscle mass will speed up your basal metabolic rate (BMR). A person with a high BMR burns more calories at rest than a person with a low BMR. About 70% of calories consumed every day are used for your basal metabolism. Increasing your muscle mass helps raise your BMR, which increases the number of calories you burn and helps to decrease body fat levels. Your BMR measurement can be used as a minimum baseline for a fitness program. Additional calories can be included depending on your activity level. The more active you are the more calories you burn and the more muscle you build, so you need to ensure you consume enough calories to keep your body fit and healthy.

As people age, their metabolic rate changes. Basal metabolism rises as a child matures and peaks at around 16 or 17, after which point it typically starts to decrease. A slow BMR will make it harder to lose body fat and overall weight.

Compares your BMR to an average for your age group. This is calculated by comparing your basal metabolic rate (BMR) to the BMR average of your chronological age group. If your metabolic age is higher than your actual age, it’s an indication that you need to improve your metabolic rate. Increased exercise will build healthy muscle tissue, which in turn will improve your metabolic age.

Visceral Fat (Abdominal Fat) is the fat that surrounds the vital organs on the trunk / stomach area of the body. High Visceral Fat levels increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease & type-2 diabetes.

• 1-12 Low Risk

• 13-59 High Risk

The body mass index (BMI) or Quetelet index is a value derived from the mass (weight) and height of an individual. The BMI is defined as the body mass divided by the square of the body height, and is universally expressed in units of kg/m2, resulting from mass in kilograms and height in metres. The BMI is an attempt to quantify the amount of tissue mass (muscle, fat, and bone) in an individual, and then categorize that person as underweight, normal weight, overweight, or obese based on that value

Body Mass IndexWHO Classification
<18.5Underweight
18.5 – 24.9Healthy weight
25.0 – 29.9Overweight
30+Obese

The Ideal Body Weight is a healthy body weight range, computed on the basis of height, gender, and age. Knowing your ideal body weight is the first significant step towards good health. Improper weight management leads to many lifestyle diseases.

Measured in Ohms (Ώ) the Impedance value reflects the strength and speed of an electrical signal traveling through the body. Muscle is the signal’s highway, and fat mass is like a traffic jam. More muscle means it’s easier for the signal to pass through your body, resulting in a low impedance value and % of body fat. Consistent conditions and stable hydration status are not only healthy, but will also yield consistent results.

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