Now you can leave the guessing behind and know exactly what is inside your body!
Schedule an appointment with one of our fitness professionals who will lead you through a body-composition analysis that includes more than 20 measurements! InBody assessments are available at our Downtown YMCA and Jamerson Family YMCA locations.
Provides information about:
- Dry lean mass
- Muscle mass
- Body fat percentage
- Body fat mass
- Body water
- Metabolic rate
- And more!
How long does it take to perform a test?
What are important guidelines users should or should not do before a test?
Before a test, you should:
Use the bathroom
Maintain the same testing conditions as your first test
Use an InBody tissue to wipe down electrodes (provided)
Avoid eating or wait two hours after a meal
Avoid testing if before the test, you:
• Exercised strenuously
• Used a sauna, steam room, or bath
• Consumed diuretics such as caffeine, alcohol, and medication
• Have a fever, cold, or chill
Why do I need to remove my shoes and socks for the test?
What factors can affect the accuracy of my test results?
Who are not recommended to take an InBody test?
People with artificial electrical implants such as a defibrillator or pacemaker should not be tested. The electrical currents of the InBody may disrupt the functionality of life-sustaining implants.
Women who are on their menstrual cycle may not get obtain accurate results due to subtle changes in hydration and body water levels.
Pregnant women are not recommended to take the test because of the body’s constant fluctuations during pregnancy.