Body Composition Test In GRANDE PRAIRIE, ALBERTA
Body Composition Test
Get An Accurate Body Composition Test to Reach Your Health & Fitness Goals
Track your progress with more than just the scale and learn more about your metabolism!
Is the Body Composition Test Right for Me?
This is a good fit for you if you:
- want to learn more about your body & metabolism
- struggle to lose or gain weight
- unsure why your weight loss journey has plateaued
- want a more detailed health analysis beyond the scale or the BMI
- do not need coaching or accountability to help reach your goals
BPM Fitness Members: $75 per test
Non-Members: $100 per test
How Does the Body Composition Analysis Work?
Our Inbody Body Composition BIA test measures your fat mass, %fat mass, muscle mass, %muscle mass, and resting metabolic rate (i.e. baseline Calorie needs). Knowing this information is key to reaching your fitness goals- whether that means shedding a few pounds or bulking up.
So stop guessing and start testing with Body Composition Testing!
It is a quick and pain-free test that sends safe, low-level currents throughout your body. The current runs between electrodes attached to your hands and feet to give us a measurement.
Benefits of the BIA Machine:
- Quick test
- No uncomfortable pinching
- Track your progress over time
- More accurate than predictive formulas for body composition
- No more relying on just the scale to track your progress
It is very important to follow the following steps before your body composition test.
If the protocol is not followed, your body composition test and resulting nutrition plan will be skewed.
- Ensure you are well hydrated the day before your test
- Do not eat for 3-4 hours before the test
- Avoid caffeine day of the test
- Avoid alcohol within 24 hours of the test
- Avoid intense exercise day before the test and avoid exercise about 6-12 hours before the test
- Wear light clothes day of the test
- Do not take the test after a shower, hot tub or sauna
- Do not take the test during a menstrual cycle
- It may be easier to book the test as early as possible to avoid accidentally not following the protocol (i.e. drinking coffee or eating etc.)
- Whenever you retest, ensure you are able to replicate the same conditions (clothing, exercise, fasting etc).
- It may be helpful to record what you did during the initial test for the repeat.
The body composition test is not appropriate for people who are pregnant or have an electronic medical device implanted.