HOW TO READ YOUR INBODY
(IN THIS ORDER)
# 1 - WEIGHT: Compare the weight of your 1st inbody to your next weigh-in to track weight loss. (Circled in YELLOW)
#2 - MUSCLE WEIGHT: Refer to muscle weight (marked in BLUE) to track muscle weight. NOTE: Muscle fluctuates a LOT depending on workouts, carbs and water. So don't freak if it goes down. That is common when you are low in carbs and working out like a rockstar.
#3 - FAT WEIGHT: Always look at your fat WEIGHT loss (marked in RED), even over body fat %. This should definitely trend downward each weigh-in.
#4 - BODY FAT %: Refer to body fat % (ORANGE) if you have a 6% goal. Remember, the body fat is a RATIO (fat to muscle) and changes a LOT depending on workouts, hydration and carbs. If you lose 1lb of muscle, your body fat PERCENTAGE will go up even if your body fat (lbs) didn't go up. ALWAYS REFER to your weight loss, fat loss/gain and muscle loss/gain to determine what the % really means.
NON-ESSENTIAL DATA (TO CHALLENGE)
GOALS gives you realistic goals for you age, height and current condition.
BMI is how much mass you take up in space and doesn't reflex your body composition.
BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) is how many calories you burn at rest.
SEGMENTAL DIAGRAM is helpful for trainers when rehabbing an injury or strengthening a weak body part.
TRACKING WEIGH-INS AND PROGRESS
Each weigh-in, you will transpose your numbers to our new clipboard system, hanging on the wall across from the restrooms (refer to sample form below). You will mark your weight and body fat percentage with an error UP or DOWN, reflecting the appropriate change. You can subtract your new weight and body fat from your last inbody to see your actual weight or % loss each week.
Week 1: In addition to updating your weigh-in sheet, you will write your 1st week weigh-in progress on a whiteboard and take a picture to download in the facebook support group.
Week 3: You will tally your total progress under Results. You will schedule your mandatory 3-week assessment with Paula to discuss your progress and any possible changes that might need to be made.
Week 6: You will have your final tally and take a final whiteboard photo with your results, as well as schedule your final after photos.