Body Composition


The InBody 570 body composition analyzer goes beyond traditional body composition analysis, measuring fat, muscle, and total body water. Total body water data can be divided into intracellular water and extracellular water, values important for understanding a user’s fluid distribution in medical, wellness and fitness contexts.

45 Second Tests

Quickly measure fat mass, muscle mass, and body water levels in less than a minute. No dunking. No pinching. No discomfort. Simply stand on the device and hold the hand electrodes.

No Estimations

Only impedance is used to determine your body composition results; no empirical estimations such as gender and age are used or required to predict your body composition.

Cloud Software

Automatically save all the data from InBody units to Lookin’Body Web, InBody’s cloud database management system. Easily view your results and see your progress anytime, anywhere.


InBody 570 result sheet body fat mass percent body fat and segmental lean analysis highlited


    1373 S. Bascom Ave
    San Jose, CA 95128



Schedule your Body Composition
session with the coach of your choice.


How long does the body composition test take?

An insanely-fast 45 SECONDS.

This is one of the most comprehensive, time-tested body composition tests available. You will get precise measurements and data-points covering much more than just your body fat and lean mass.

Do not eat 2-3 hours prior to the beginning of the test.

Do not exercise 2-3 hours prior to the beginning of the test.

Wear comfortable athletic clothing.

Yes. Due to the fact the test takes place at our Strength & Power facility, current social distancing and health regulations surrounding COVID-19 require everyone wears a mask.

You will get them immediately upon completion of your test.

You will receive an invitation to your INBODY account upon completing the test. Every time you re-test, the results will be available for you in your account.

We recommend testing every 4-6 weeks depending on your goals.

Yes! You will find out what your Basal Metabolic Rate is during the test. Knowing your BMR will help you decide a plan of action when it comes to “calories in, calories out”, depending on your goal of either muscle gain or fat loss.