We'll determine exactly how many calories you need to burn to lose weight or gain weight based off of YOUR personal caloric results.
We'll eliminate scale phobias by determining exactly how much MUSCLE you put on, and exactly how much FAT you are burning.
Body Composition Testing
This goes beyond traditional body composition analysis. It not only analyzes how much fat and muscle you have, but it also measures your Total Body Water and divides it into Intracellular Water and Extracellular Water, values important for understanding a user’s fluid distribution in medical, wellness, or fitness contexts.
Measure your 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. By analyzing your body composition, you can understand why you weigh what you weigh so you can, yes, get the scale to read the number you want. But more importantly, by keeping track of your body composition and seeing your results change over time, you can build a healthier body and enjoy a fuller, fitter (and happier) life.
vo2 max testing
The Grind Fitness Assessment system is a clinical quality instrument that measures oxygen consumption (VO2) and heart rate. These measurements are used to find target heart rate zones based on the individual's aerobic and anaerobic thresholds.
Many people are inefficient exercisers, with no
understanding of what heart rate, intensity or duration would best help them reach their specific goals such as fat burning, endurance training, or cardio conditioning.
Periodic retesting provides motivating feedback as the fitness program progresses. A VO2 Max test determines the number of calories burned
during every level of exercise.
This is a scientific measurement of how many calories a person is burning during a day, a vital piece of information when designing a weight loss regimen.
The RMR test is more accurate than all formula-based RMR estimates.
An RMR test answers the question, How much should you eat? Your RMR is your body's baseline caloric requirement.
Knowing your RMR enables you to:
Set accurate individualized calorie targets to help you lose, gain, or maintain your weight
Verify if a training or nutrition program has increased or decreased your metabolism
Compare the speed of your metabolism to others of your gender, age, height and weight