Body Composition Analysis

Get the hard facts on what you’re made of.

Once you have a clear understanding of your body composition, you can make focused and clear decisions about your health and track your body’s shifts and calculated progress towards your transformation goals. Le Spa Fit’s unique approach to fat loss begins here.

Safe, low-level currents are sent through the body through the hand and foot electrodes. The bioelectrical impedance currents are measured, and from there, your body composition is derived. With FDA cleared Seca medical technology, Body Composition Analysis has never been more highly correlated with gold standard methods.

Weight ​is the first thing measured when beginning your analysis. However, weight alone does not tell you much about the health of your body or composition.

Body Mass Index ​A person’s state of nutrition is initially assessed by measuring the height and weight of the subject. However, two people of the same height and weight can have very different relative proportions of body fat and therefore very different body compositions.

Muscle Mass ​Comprises the mass of all muscles that move the body segmental and postural. Skeletal muscle mass can in addition influence the immune system and metabolism.

Body Fat Mass ​Is the total amount of Fat in the body. In addition to stored fat it also includes structural fat.

Fat-Free Mass Is the difference between weight and fat mass. Organs, cartilage, tendons and ligaments are also a part of FFM.

Total Body Water​ Is comprised of all the non-fat weight of your body, both intracellular and extracellular.

Intracellular Water ​Is a measure of the amount of your TBW that is contained within the cell membranes of your tissues. In young healthy tissues, a greater proportion of TBW is in the cells.

Extracellular Water ​Is a measure of the portion of TBW outside of your cells as interstitial fluid. It is equal to the TBW minus the ICW.

Energy Expenditure ​Resting Energy Expenditure is the amount of energy the body needs to maintain its respiratory, digestive and cardiovascular systems. Total Energy Expenditure is the amount of energy a person requires every day, taking into account physical activity in addition to resting energy expenditure (REE). This level of activity varies widely from person to person.