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BODYSTAT BODY COMPOSITION REPORT Park Andrew CLIENT ID No 2 SEX AGE ACTIVITY

Male 41 Low/Medium

Monday, September 03, 2012 WEIGHT HEIGHT IMPEDANCE RE

175.0 lb 5 ft 10.0 inches 464 1

Measured 175.0 lb

'Normal' Range 168 lb to 181 lb

Measured %

'Normal' Range

Body Fat

31.3 lb

24 lb to 35 lb

17.9%

14% to 20%

Body Lean

143.7 lb

139 lb to 150 lb

82.1%

80% to 86%

Body Water

46.8 lts

44 lts to 52 lts

58.9%

55% to 65%

Dry Lean Weight

40.6 lb

Total Body Weight (Composition)

Basal Metabolism 1895 kcal/day (10.8 kcal/lb) B.M. rate is an estimate of your body's resting energy requirements. Activity Metabolism 2843 kcal/day The estimated amount of energy your body requires for the activity level selected.

Weight : normal Fat % : normal Water % : normal

Water 58.9% Dry Lean 23.2% Water Fat Allowance Actual Fat Dry Lean

Actual Fat 17.9%

Fat Allowance 2.1%


BODYSTAT BODY COMPOSITION REPORT

Park Andrew

Monday, September 03, 2012

Your Body Composition Weight Analysis Fat Wt Fat Wt Range Lean Wt Lean Wt Range Total Wt Total Wt Range 0

25

50

75

TOTAL BODY FAT WEIGHT

100 125 150 Weight in lbs

31.3 lb

175

200

225

250

17.9%

The normal percentage fat range for you is 14% to 20%. Your percentage fat is NORMAL for your age and gender. Under normal conditions, body fat should not be reduced to below the recommended lower limit as fats are essential for normal body functions and good health.

TOTAL BODY LEAN WEIGHT

143.7 lb

82.1%

The normal percentage lean range for you is 80% to 86%. Your percentage lean is NORMAL for your age and gender. Lean body weight is fat free weight consisting of muscle, water and bone. Dry lean weight excludes the water component of lean. It should be monitored closely to ensure, under normal circumstances, that there is little or no loss of muscle and bone, particularly during the ageing process. Never use the lean weight as a goal weight.

TOTAL BODY WEIGHT

175.0 lb

The Composition weight range for you is 168 lb to 181 lb . Your body weight is within "Normal" limits. However, you may consider losing some weight.

BODY COMPOSITION You tend to have a muscular build. Although your body composition falls within "Normal" limits, you should consider a diet and exercise program as advised by your consultant. Use BODYSTAT to monitor your body composition regularly.


BODYSTAT TREND REPORT Park Andrew RE = 1

CLIENT ID No 2

Monday, September 03, 2012

TREND ANALYSIS - Actual % Fat vs Goal % Fat 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

Min Goal % Max Goal % Fat %

9/3/2012

9/3/2012

9/3/2012

Weight in lbs

Weight Trend Analysis 250 225 200 175 150 125 100 75 50 25 0

Total Wt Dry Wt Fat Wt Water Lt

9/3/2012 9/3/2012 9/3/2012

Date 9/3/2012 9/3/2012 9/3/2012

Total Wt lb 175.0 175.0 175.0

Lean Wt lb 144.0 143.7 143.7

Fat Wt lb 31.1 31.3 31.3

Fat %

Goal %

17.8 17.9 17.9

17 17 17

BM Rate kcal/lb 10.8 10.8 10.8

Dry Wt lb 40.6 40.6 40.6

Water Lts 46.9 46.8 46.8

Imped

WH Ratio

462 464 464

0.87 0.87 0.87


BODYSTAT TREND REPORT Park Andrew CLIENT ID No 2

Inches

Waist Trend Analysis 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 9/3/2012

9/3/2012

9/3/2012

Inches

Hip Trend Analysis 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 9/3/2012

9/3/2012

9/3/2012

Waist-to-Hip Risk Ratio

Ratio

1.6 1.4 1.2 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.0 Male High Risk

9/3/2012

9/3/2012

9/3/2012

Monday, September 03, 2012


BODY COMPOSITION HISTORY GRAPH Park Andrew CLIENT ID No 2

Start 9/3/2012 175.0 lb 31.1 lb 40.6 lb 46.9 lts 462

Date Total Wt Fat Wt Dry Lean Wt Water Lts Imp 50kHz

End 9/3/2012 175.0 lb 31.3 lb 40.6 lb 46.8 lts 464

Monday, September 03, 2012

Variance

% Variance

0.0 lb 0.2 lb 0.0 lb -0.1 lts

0.0 % 0.7 % 0.0 % -0.2 %

Body Composition History Graph 110

Total Wt

100

Fat Wt 90 Kg/Lts

Dry Lean Wt 80

Water

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0 9/3/2012 9/3/2012

9/3/2012


WEIGHT AND ACTIVITY MANAGER Park Andrew Monday, September 03, 2012

CLIENT ID No 2

Body weight Goal weight Weight change (Rate) Dietary change (Total) Activity change (Total)

175.0 lb 174.2 lb -1.1 lb/week -550 kcal/day 0 kcal/day

To lose 1.1 lb/week you need to reduce your dietary intake by -550 kcal/day. This should enable you to reach your goal weight of 174.2 lb in 1 week.

Weight in lbs

Projected Weight Loss to Goal Weight

250 225 200 175 150 125 100 75 50 25 0

Actual Weight

0

1

No of weeks

No activities have been selected.

Goal Weight


CARDIAC RISK REPORT Park Andrew CLIENT ID No 2

AVOIDABLE

Monday, September 03, 2012

RISK LEVEL

Non - Smoker

CHOLESTEROL: 1:

Less than 181mg/dl

BLOOD PRESS: 1:

100 mmHg

86%

SMOKING: 1:

100%

EXERCISE: 1:

RELATIVE RISK

HIGH: Occupational HIGH: Recreational

Very High WEIGHT: 2:

-5lbs to +5lbs High Moderate Average

Avoidable

Unavoidable

Weight

Cholesterol 0%

No history of heart disease

Blood Pressure 0%

HEREDITY: 1:

41 to 50 years

Exercise 0%

MALE Very Low

AGE: 4:

14%

Low

Smoking 0%

GENDER: 4:

15

UNAVOIDABLE

You have a LOW risk of attracting Coronary Heart Disease within a 6 to 8 year period. You can control 14% of this Risk Level. The most important Avoidable factor in your case is Weight which accounts for 100% of the factors that you can control.

Copyright Š 1998, 2002. All Rights Reserved. Bodystat (Isle of Man) Ltd. Data established from 35 year Framingham Study of Massachusetts, USA.


CARDIAC RISK REPORT Park Andrew CLIENT ID No 2

Monday, September 03, 2012

AVOIDABLE RISK FACTORS RISK Exercise Tobacco Cholesterol Blood Pressure Weight Sub total

PRESENT 1 HIGH Occ. HIGH Rec. 1 Non - Smoker 1 <181 mg/dl 1 100 mmHg 2 -5 to +5 lbs 6

PROPOSED 1 No change 1 No change 1 No change 1 No change 2 No change 6

UNAVOIDABLE RISK FACTORS Gender Age Heredity Sub total

4 4 1 9

MALE 41 to 50 years NO history of heart disease (brothers, sisters and parents) 9

TOTAL SCORE

15 LOW RISK

15 LOW RISK

EXERCISE: Regular exercise plays a major role in the prevention of CHD by reducing cholesterol (reduces LDL, increases HDL), psychological stress, blood pressure, resting heart rate and body fat and increases body lean mass. TOBACCO SMOKING: This is probably the biggest single cause of CHD and strokes.

CHOLESTEROL: High levels are caused by consuming diets high in saturated fats and cholesterol, high body fat, physical inactivity, tobacco smoking and stress. Reduction of cholesterol may be achieved through changes in lifestyle and diet ie. exercise, body fat loss, high fibre foods, monounsaturated fats. LDL (low density lipoproteins) : high levels increase CHD risk. HDL (high density lipoproteins) : high levels decrease CHD risk. BLOOD PRESSURE (HYPERTENSION): High blood pressure may be caused by obesity, tobacco smoking, salt (sodium in sodium chloride), physical inactivity, fatty build up on artery walls, including many unknown causes. WEIGHT: Obesity (Over-fat) contributes to CHD risk. This report is only intended to be a GUIDE to the improvement of lifestyle. NOTE: Always seek expert advice before changing your diet/exercise habits.


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