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InBody 570

See what you’re made of; the InBody test breaks down your body composition and in turn, tracks your progress to staying fit and healthy.

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What is the InBody 570?

The InBody 570 analyzes how much fat and muscle you have while measuring your total body water. Our team of fitness professionals will help you understand your results and share how to use this valuable information to help you plan your training and assess the progress toward your health and fitness goals.

  • InBody 570 Pricing
    • Single Scan $25
    • 4 Scans $80
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FAQs

Everything You Need to Know

  • 01

    What is the InBody 570?

    The InBody 570 is a body composition analyzer that uses only impedance to determine body composition results; no statistical data or empirical equations are used or required to predict body composition. It measures fat, muscle, and water levels in less than a minute. No dunking. No pinching. No discomfort. Simply stand on the device and hold the hand electrodes to test.

  • 02

    How is an InBody test performed?

    Safe, low-level currents are sent through the body through the hand and foot electrodes. The impedance the currents encounter is measured, and from there, your body composition is derived. With InBody’s patented technology, BIA has never been more highly correlated with gold standard methods until now.

  • 03

    How often should I test?

    We recommend testing every 3-4 months. This is long enough to see changes from your training but not too long if you need to make further adjustments that too much time has passed.

  • 04

    How do I book an assessment?

    Contact one of the fitness professionals at the fitness mezzanine desk or email cwalker@richmondoval.ca.

  • 05

    Can the InBody 570 identify injuries?

    You can identify and track inflammation, swelling, and even injuries with ECW/TBW Analysis while monitoring how this ratio changes over time under the Body Composition History chart.