This test provides an accurate representation of what your weight really means. When you step on a scale, you can’t see how much muscle or fat you have. All you see is how much you weigh.
Go beyond the scale with the InBody Test, a non-invasive body composition analysis that provides a detailed breakdown of your weight in terms of muscle, fat, and water printed on an InBody Results Sheet and interpreted by a nutrition specialist.
An InBody Test takes approximately 30 seconds. No more pinching. No more dunking. Get results you can trust so you can reach your health and fitness goals with precision and actionable objectives.
Walk-ins are welcome for Inbody Tests. $25 or a 10-punch pass for $200. Sign-up for our nutrition program to get a free test at the start and end of the program.
For the most accurate results, no food, drink or exercise 90 minutes prior to your test. You will take off shoes and socks for the test.
The starting point is: Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat.
This concept of eating real foods and eating amounts that are appropriate for your activity and lifestyle is not foreign. The relationship we have with food is complicated and usually tied to an emotional response; therefore, any changes to your diet should be gradual, convenient, and fit your needs.
Come in and talk with our nutrition specialists to develop a plan that meets your needs.
1. Eat Quality Foods – Most of us have heard the adage to “shop around the outside of the grocery store.” This is where the quality foods are. Limiting the amount of sodas, candy, fast food, and alcohol we consume will have a grand effect on our body composition, mood, and overall health.
2. Eat a Meal Every 3-5 Hours – If we look at our metabolism in the analogy of a campfire, it is important to keep throwing logs onto the fire.
3. Eat a Protein, Carb, and Fat Source at Every Meal – Proteins, carbs, and fats in combination are the logs that fuel the fire. If you throw just one of these into the fire, it’s like throwing pine straw on the fire. Keep your fire burning; keep your energy throughout the day. Simple snack ideas that encompass a protein, carb, and fat source: a couple pieces of sliced turkey, an apple, and a handful of cashews.
To optimize health and fitness, you will need to measure and record intake, evaluate performance and potentially change intake until the desired results are achieved. This approach to diet is no different than the CrossFit approach to workouts. We record scores and take a scientific approach to measuring your fitness. Why would we not do this for nutrition?
The goal is to optimize level of intake with the amount of exercise and activity in your day. This is different for every individual. Our coaches can help dial in what will work for you. MyFitnessPal has been a resource that has helped many athletes in our gym to track their intake.