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InBody Composition Consultation

Performance Based Nutrition

Testing Your Body Composition

See what you’re made of

Body composition analysis is essential to completely understand health and weight as traditional methods of assessing health, such as BMI, can be misleading. Going beyond your weight, body composition analysis breaks down your body into four components: fat, lean body mass, minerals, and body water.

InBody body composition analyzers break down your weight and display your body composition data on an organized, easy-to-understand result sheet. The results help you understand where your fat, muscle, and body levels are at and act as a guide to help you achieve your goals: whether that is shedding a few unwanted pounds or a complete body transformation.

Meeting with a Certified Sports Nutritionist

Even during this electronic age, there is nothing that can replace a face to face interaction. Because eating can be personal and may be emotionally charged, it is vital to a person’s success to have an on‐going relationship with someone they can trust. Creating healthy habits that become part of a lifestyle takes time and requires support throughout the process. Having personal access to a professional has been shown to be a key factor of long term continued success. Clients will have the opportunity to sit with a certified nutritionist for a 30-minute consultation after their InBody Analysis.

The client will schedule an appointment to meet with sports nutritionist Jules Hindman to discuss their InBody Fitness Report Card. On-site advice will be given based on your InBody Fitness report card during the 30-minute session. Options to sign up for a custom nutrition/counseling program that fits your personal needs, goals, sport & fitness level can be discussed at the end of session.

*You may test weekly, bi-monthly or monthly to monitor your fitness and nutrition progress.