new highly accurate body measurement device

It’s important when training to be able to track your progress as accurately as possible that’s why we’ve invested in a new medical grade measurements system to provide our clients with the most reliable measurements we can possibly offer.
Whilst weighing yourself on the scales can give you a rough idea of your progress it does not take into account your body fat percentage, your lean muscle mass or your water retention.
You may have also seen the machines in some health stores, pop a 50p in, step on the board and you get a print out of your results…don’t fall for it, again this method is highly inaccurate as the current is only able to travel through your bottom half- a current will always take the shortest route it can to ground itself, our new device will run from your hand, up your arm and down your leg, taking into account your whole body’s composition.
In the past we have used fat calipers, and whilst these are more accurate than the scales there is still room for human error and the added inconvenience of being measured in several areas and taking up time from your training sessions.
Our new system will take 2 minutes and only require you to remove your shoes and socks!
The analyser uses the scientifictetrapolar method of four electrodes which are applied to the right side of the body on the hand, wrist, foot and ankle. On entering all the parameters and restingin supine position with hands and legs slightlyapart, the Maltron BF-907 is activated. The processing power of the machine analyses the data and displays the statistics within seconds.

BODY FAT %
BODY FAT WEIGHT
TARGET FAT%(min/max)
BODY MASS INDEX(BMI)
BODY IMPEDANCE
BASAL METABOLIC RATE(BMR) (KCal)
TARGET WEIGHT(min/max)
LEAN WEIGHT
LEAN %
WATER LITERS
WATER %
TARGET WATER(min/max)
ENERGY EXPENDITURE(Daily /Weekly)

We are excited to be able to offer this service to Personal Training clients, class participants and non clients.
Get in touch for more information or to book your measurements

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