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Body Analysis

Body Analysis

  • Weight: the amount or quantity of heaviness or mass
  • Body Mass Index (BMI): index of assessing overweight or underweight; 25 or more is considered overweight
  • Body Fat Percentage: percentage of a person’s body that is not composed of water, muscle, bone, and vital organs
  • Skeletal Muscle Percentage: muscle that is connected at either or both ends of a bone and moves parts of the skeleton
  • Body Age: measures how old you are biologically based upon your health and fitness
  • Visceral Fat: fat located in the abdominal area, surrounding your vital organs

Body Fat Percentage

Gender Age - (Low) 0 (Normal) ◊(High) ◊◊(Very High)
Female 20 - 39 < 21.0 21.0 - 32.9 33.0 - 38.9 ≥ 39.0
40-59 < 23.0 23.0 - 33.9 34.0 - 39.9 ≥ 40.0
60 - 79 < 24.0 24.0 - 35.9 36.0 - 41.9 ≥ 42.0
Male 20 - 39 < 8.0 8.0 - 19.9 20 - 24.9 ≥ 25.0
40-59 < 11.0 11.0 - 21.9 22.0 - 27.9 ≥ 28.0
60-79 < 13.0 13.0 - 24.9 25.0 - 29.9 ≥ 30.0
BMI Classification
Less than 18.5 ─(Underweight)
18.5 ≤ X ≤ 25 0 (Normal)
25 ≤ X ≤ 30 ◊(Overweight)
30 or more ◊◊(Obese)

Skeletal Muscle Precentage

Gender Age - (Low) 0 (Normal) ◊(High) ◊◊(Very High)
Female 18 - 39 < 24.3 24.3 - 30.3 30.4 - 35.3 ≥ 35.4
40 - 59 < 24.1 24.1 - 30.1 30.2 - 35.1 ≥ 35.2
60-80 < 23.9 23.9 - 29.9 30.0 - 34.9 ≥ 35.0
Male 18 - 39 < 33.3 33.3 - 39.3 39.4 - 44.0 ≥ 44.1
40 - 59 < 33.1 33.1 - 39.1 39.2 - 43.8 ≥ 43.9
60 - 80 < 32.9 32.9 - 38.9 39.0 - 43.6 ≥ 43.7
Visceral Fat Level Classification
≤ 9 0 (Normal)
10 - 14 ◊(High)
≥ 15 ◊◊(Very High)
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