InBody 5 2 0 J.AMES Age 42
HeighBf too. Oin. Gender Male
HAZLETON WAl'm AND WELLNESS CEOTER
50 MOISEY DR, FITNESS DEPT. HAZLETON, PA 18202
Your body weight,265. 4 lbs., is the sum of your body fat, 83. 6 lbs., and your lean body massJLBM), 181. 91bs, LBM consists of dry lean mass, 48. 1 lbs. , and Total Body Water, 133. 8lbs.. Total Body Water is divided into water inside the celisjlntracellular water) and water outside the cellsJExtracellular water). Thus, the Total Body 2.
Water, is the sum of Intracellular water, 82. 7 lbs. . and Extracellular water.51. 1 lbs. . Keeping these components appropriately balanced is the key to staying fit and healthy. Compositional imbalance in the body is closely related to obesity, malnutrition, edema and osteoporosis.
Body Composition Analysis
Muscie-Fat Control Normal i6o
Lean Body Mass
I Considering your cuxxenX body composition, you need to lose 51. 4 lbs, of body fat and increase your muscle mass i5o l45 l60 Its idO 265 265. 4 lbs. by 0. Olbs. • Your Basal Metabolic Rate is 2152kcal. Basal Metabolic Rate is the number of calories you bum per itQ iSo i4o loO i6o ito day at rest As this number increases, it will be much easier to « 181.9 lbs. manage your weight. It can be increased by regularly exercising.
Body Fat Mass
83. 6 lbs.
Body Water Balance Normal
intracellular Water Extracellular Water Total Body Water
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Healthy individuals maintain a balanced ratio between Extracellular WaterJECW) and Total Body WaterJTBW), of about 0.380. In your case, your body water ratio is 0. 383. The normal range of ECW:TBW for healthy people ranges from 0.360-0.390. In some cases malnutrition, aging, and obesity, may cause this ratio to exceed 0.390. Please consult with your physician when the ratio exceeds 0.400. Athletes,or those with an excess of muscle mass, tend to have a ratio of ECW/TBW of less than 0.360. Therefore, the ECW/TBW ratio could be a good indication of your health condition. So, this ratio needs to be consistently monitored.
BMI & Percent Body Fat
Obesity Analysis Normal Range BMI Body Mass !.Hle<
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mumm\.77lbs. . 137. 8%
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Lean / Ideal Lean x 100(%) ^ ^ a - ^
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Segmental Lean Analysis
97. 2 %
Segmental Lean Development The longer the bar graphs In this section, the better When analyzing the results it is helpful to compare the right and left side of the body and the upper to the lower extremities By comparison you can assess whether your body Is balanced or unbalanced. The first bar graph represents your measured LBM. The second bar graph represents the ratio of actual lean mass to the amount of lean mass you should have in terms of your body weight. If the second bar graph is 1 0 0 % or over, you have enough muscle for your weight But if not you need to build more muscle to reach 100%. Refer to the backpage.
If your BMI is over the normal range, you are considered to be at risk for obesity or obesity related diseases. Percent body fat uses a percentage to show how much of your weight is body f a t Percent body fat is able to differentiate between muscle mass and fat mass, while BMI does n o t BMI Is helpful for "normal" Individuals to assess their obesity risk.but percent body fat is based on the composition of the individual rather than solely on their weight
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