InBody Body Composition Scan

InBody Body Composition Scan

Do you know what your weight really represents? When you step on a scale, you can’t see how much muscle or fat you have. All you see is how heavy you weigh. Look beyond the mirror, move past the scale and discover what’s inside!

Quest Studio now uses the InBody Test, a non-invasive body composition analysis that provides a detailed breakdown of your weight in terms of muscle, fat, and water. It describes weight more accurately than BMI allowing you to make sure your body is balanced and you’re making gains in the right places. InBody analysis will help us provide you a road map and accurately show changes in your fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage as you work with our staff to reach your goals.

PRICING includes InBody Scan and a 15 minute goal setting session

$10 for members

$20 for non-members

*Package options available for businesses, sports teams, organizations and events.

Before each InBody test, follow these guidelines below to ensure accurate results or watch this detailed video HERE:

Prior to testing, AVOID:
x Exercise 6-12 hours prior to testing
x Consuming alcohol for 24 hours prior to testing
x Drinking caffeine 12 hours before your test
x Eating 3-4 hours prior to testing
x Taking a shower or sauna before your InBody test
x Using lotion or ointment on hands and feet

Prior to testing, DO:

o Hydrate well the day before
o Stand upright for at least 5 minutes
0 Use the bathroom
o Remove all socks, pantyhose, shoes, articles of heavy clothing and metal objects (jewelry, watches, belts)
**Individuals with pacemakers or other electronic medical devices, or women who are pregnant should not take the InBody Test. For females, avoid having measurement during menstrual period as total body water will be higher than normal and can skew your results. 

After the test you will get a report that provides you with your detailed information and in our 15 minutes goal setting session, will receive recommendations on what changes and improvements you can make.

Want to understand what body composition is and how measuring it accurately with InBody can help improve your training and results?  CLICK HERE to learn more about body composition.