To permanently lose weight and not suffer from the feeling that you something must or mustn't is only a matter of setting the right mode. A mode that you will be able to accept and enjoy. Which you will keep up.
Your body will accept it as a better solution, then your psychic will deal with it, and this is the basis for losing your weight and staying there permanently.
Setting up the right dietary plan is individual. Nutrition counseling is based on a thorough analysis of your body, your eating habits, and habits, and your lifestyle. A thorough analysis of your current nutrition, whether you are giving your body what it needs and setting up a new diet.
We´ll consider what you expect from me and what you want to achieve. Coaching begins with the first meeting :). I´ll lead you and show you the results, this is why I ´ll ask you to fill in the questionnaire that we compare each month and set our goals, or check whether we are keeping what we have set.
An important assumption for starting a change in life is to find out how I am currently at the moment.
This is done by the InBody 230
By regularly monitoring your body fat, and muscle mass or muscle development, you can better understand how your diet, lifestyle, and exercise regime are influencing your body composition.
InBody230 uses bioelectrical impedance to evaluate the ratio of muscle mass and body fat rather than bodyweight alone.
Knowing what´s working for you can help you target and reach your wellness, appearance, and longevity goal.
Total body weight alone is not a clear indicator of a person’s overall health as it does not distinguish the amount of fat or lean body mass in the body.
You can use your InBody scan to track various goals, and it is up to you to decide which metrics you wish to focus on for your training. For example: If your goal is muscle gain, you may concentrate on the SMM (kg) as well as balance out your limbs and weaker body parts in the Segmental Lean Analysis section.
If your goal is Body Fat Loss, you may want to focus on the increases and decreases in Body Fat Mass (kg) and (%) as well as weight recommendations and how far your results are from the ‘100% normal’ population data.
Basic Body Composition Analysis
Total Body Water
TBW is all the water in the body and is approximately 60% of your total weight. Ideally, your TBW should be in the normal range or over. Usually, individuals with a higher degree of muscle mass will have higher levels of TBW.
Protein consists of nitrogen, and high nitrogen levels within cells indicate good levels of muscle mass and health. A lack of protein implies a lack of muscle mass is possibly indicating poor nutrition and malnourishment. Protein is directly related to intracellular water. Therefore, a lack of protein suggests a lack of intracellular water, which in turn suggests poor nutrition. Ideally, your protein content should be within or exceed the average range set out below the reading.
Minerals consist of two types, osseous mineral, and non-osseous minerals. The osseous mineral is bone, where non-osseous minerals are those found in all other parts of the body. Mineral mass is closely related to soft lean mass. If you have more lean mass, the weight of bones strength, which in turn increases the bone mineral.
Total Body Water
Displayed in Litres (L). 1L = 1kg
Soft Lean Mass
The sum of Your Total Body Water, Protein and Non-Osseous Minerals (calculated by deducting your Bone Mineral Content from the total Minerals).
Is your weight minus your Body Fat Mass (how much you would weight if you had no fat on your body)
The sum of your Total Body Water, Protein, Minerals, and Body Fat Mass.
Your overall weight – the only thing you see on the conventional scales
SMM (Skeletal Muscle Mass)
This metric show you how much total skeletal muscle mass you have on your body. The body consists of cardiac muscle, visceral muscle, and skeletal muscle. However skeletal muscle can be most transformed through exercise and diet and as such is displayed separately. This number is a good tracking method for those training for muscle gain.
Body Fat Mass (kg)
Shows how many kilograms of body fat you have. This number is a good tracking method for weight loss.
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Calculated by use of a formula that divides your weight by the square of your height and does not take into account your overall body composition. A highly muscled individual may be classified as overweight when using the BMI formula which can be misleading. Although BMI is popular as a metric, it can be inaccurate in some cases.
Percent Body Fat (PBF)
The percentage of your body fat calculated by the total mass of body fat divided by total body mass. A good indicator of how lean you are. This metric is useful for those aiming for weight loss, fitness/physique competitions, body recompositions and overall health status.
||32% and higher
||25% and higher