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Body analysis equipment

Body analysis equipment – what is it for?

Body analysis equipment takes the guess-work out of achieving your training goals.

Whether you’re training for fat loss, to increase muscle mass or to improve general health, body analysis equipment will tell you so much more than just a number on a scale.

Unexpected weight increases or maintaining weight whilst training and dieting is common and can be extremely demotivating, but body composition machines allow you to see beyond the number on the scale and look more in-depth at what is going on INSIDE the body.

Regularly reviewing body composition rather than simply weight alone will allow you to monitor and improve things like muscle mass proportion, body fat percentage, water levels and bone mass.

Commonly used by personal trainers and health professionals, the technology behind body composition scales is becoming more affordable and with increased usability, more and more individuals are buying body analysis equipment for home use to keep them on track with their weight loss and fitness goals.

Tips for body composition testing

Body composition analysis is an extremely useful motivational tool for those who are serious about monitoring and tracking their progress, but there are a couple of important rules to bear in mind that will help you get the most out of your analysis machine:

  • Test yourself under the same conditions ever time. This means you should test yourself on the same day of the week, at the same time, after the same amount of water/food and after the same amount of exercise. All of these things can affect the results of your body analysis – consistency is key!
  • Make sure you are properly hydrated – the machines use water content levels in your body to calculate some of the results, so it is important that you aren’t dehydrated. This means you should avoid exercise, caffeine and alcohol before testing as all of these things can cause dehydration.