3D Body Scanner

Track Your Measurements and Visualize Your Changes

You have decided to make some healthy changes to your lifestyle. It could be that you decided to implement a fitness program into your routine. Or maybe you decided to change up your diet.

You most likely will step on the scale at some point to measure how much has changed since you started. You are hoping to see huge results, and you are already excited to see the number...

Then, the weight pops up, and not much has changed. Maybe a couple of pounds, or none at all. This is not what you were hoping for, and it makes you think that all that effort was for nothing.

This scenario happens all. the. time. Unfortunately the scale can do a great job at lying. This is why we actually don't recommend people to step onto the scale very often because it doesn't actually represent what has happened within your body.

There can be many reasons why the scale hasn't moved, and it isn't necessarily because your "program" isn't working. We see ourselves every single day, which makes it difficult for us to see the small changes occurring to the body.

Track Your Changes With a Visual Representation of Your Body

To truly know what has happened within your body, you will want to track your measurements. This can be done in a multitude of ways:

  • Manually with a tape measure and body fat calipers. This is the cheapest way, but not all that accurate because each person can measure differently, and there are no "level of standards" to make sure each time you are tested is accurate.
  • Bioelectrical Impedance. You probably see these a lot at your local gyms. They are usually handheld, but are sometimes implemented into scales as well (they are a silver color). These send an electric pulse through your body that measures body fat. However, these tend to estimate higher levels of body fat, and can change up to 12% within a couple of hours due to hydration levels. This only measures body fat.
  • Dunk tanks or water submersion. This is a pretty accurate way to measure body fat. Simple to due, you just submerge in water and the calculations do the rest. The downsides are that it only is measuring body fat, and it can be difficult to find one nearby.
  • Dexascan. This is the gold standard for true body fat calculations. It uses x-ray technology to estimate your lean and body fat mass. Very accurate, however costs quite a bit of money.
  • 3D Body Scanner. This is what we use, and is only slightly less accurate than the dexascan (by around 1%). We highlight below the benefits of using a 3D Body Scanner.

Why You Should Use a 3D Body Scanner

3D Body Scanners give the best representation of how your body has changed. Here are what the 3D Body Scanner measures:

Pros

  • 3D Imaging
    Takes a full 3D image of your body, so you see exactly how you look
  • Takes Full Body Measurements
    Consistently measures your body, and foregoes human error. Is accurate within 1/10th of an inch
  • Measures Other Health Indicators
    Automatically calculates other health indicators such as BMR, Body Shape, Waist to Hip, and more
  • Evaluates Posture and Balance
    ​Measures how well you are balanced across your feet, and how straight your spine is

  • Overlays Future Scans Over Starting Scan
    Allows you to visually see your progress from 1 scan to the next

Cons

  • Hard to Find Machines
    These machines aren't easy to find, so it can be difficult to find places to re-test at
  • Results Change As More Data is Collected
    Since it is machine-operated, the more scans that are taken, the more accurate the algorithms can be. This can skew results from previous tests as the machine becomes more accurate
  • Not As Accurate As a Dexa Scan
    Dexa Scan is the gold standard for testing, but is costly and inconvenient. 3D Body Scanners take 45 seconds to scan, and are 90+% accurate

See The Scanner in Action

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