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15 Body Composition Analysis

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9 Automatic Circumference Measurements

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9 Posture Analysis

Visbody provides 9 key posture measurements, including leg types that are useful for health management, physical therapy, sports rehabilitation, and sports injury prevention

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Abduction supination and forward flexion supination can be used to check whether the shoulder function is normal. (only available on Visbody R Explorer version)

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In only 10 seconds, we extract millions of measurements with 2mm accuracy and reconstruct your body in a 3D avatar

15 Body Composition Analysis

Embedded with the BIA & IBS technology, Visbody provides accurate & trustworthy data to understand your body better

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9 Automatic Circumference Measurements

Automatically measure 9 body circumference and record all the information of body changes

9 Posture Analysis

visbody provides 9 key posture measurements, including leg types that are useful for health management, physical therapy, sports rehabilitation, and sports injury prevention

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Dynamic Labs(new)

Abduction supination and forward flexion supination can be used to check whether the shoulder function is normal. (only available on Visbody R Explorer version)

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Visbody R-Explorer Result Sheet Interpretation

What does your body report mean?

Visbody R-Explorer Result Sheet Interpretation

The Visbody Reports are a highly effective way of understanding your result in a detailed and easy-to-read manner. These reports are generally divided into three sections. These include Body Composition Report, Posture Analysis Report, and Shoulder Function Report.

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Body Composition Analysis

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This portion of the report gives you a detailed idea about your body composition and the numerous parameters involved in it. This includes the measurement of:

  • The Total Body Water

Total water inside the body consists of intracellular and extracellular water. While intracellular water is the water present inside the cells of the body, extracellular water is the water present outside cells. Even though the estimation of both Intra and Extracellular water have their own importance, extracellular water is particularly more beneficial as it can provide more information about other parameters of the body. For example, if during any time of your life, you suddenly notice a rise in the extracellular water inside your body – even when the intracellular water is the same – it may be a matter that requires to be looked upon. A reason for this could be a rise in inflammation in the body caused by extensive training or over-exerting your body. This is an indicator for you to give rest to your body, or if that is not the case, you may be required to get professional opinions about the cause of the increased inflammation inside the body.

  • Lean Body Mass

Dry Lean Mass is an indicator of the number of minerals and proteins present inside the body. Since Dry Lean Mass does not include the fat content of the body, it helps estimate the weight of organs and muscles you have inside the body. The normal range of Lean Body Mass should lie within the range of 92.4 to 113.1.

  • Muscle Mass

Muscle Mass, as the name suggests, gives an estimation of the muscles inside the body. Unlike Lean Body Mass, it does not include the weight of other structures and organs and is purely concerned with the muscles present. These may include all kinds of muscles, whether Striated or Smooth Muscles. Hence, if at any point you notice an increase in the dry lean mass, it may be because you have been working out and have gained muscle mass.

  • Weight

The human body weight is the measurement of the mass present in a person’s body. It represents how much a person weighs without their clothes, shoes, accessories and is only concerned with the matter that makes an individual. The average values of the human weight lie within the range of 113.8 to 153.9 Lbs, and if an individual lies outside these values, they may be considered overweight or underweight.

Muscle-Fat Analysis

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Muscle Fat Analysis helps you assess how your weight, body fat mass, and skeletal mass are in comparison to other individuals with the same gender and height as you. It helps you analyze where your current body composition lies and what are changes that you need to make to reach your target goals. Since this portion of the report is fairly easy to understand and helps individuals precisely understand their body composition, it is often the favorite section of the report for many.

The basic three components involved in Muscle Fat Analysis include:

  • Weight

As discussed previously, the weight indicates the total mass a body contains and represents the total weight of individuals without their clothes, shoes, and accessories.

  • Skeletal Muscle Mass

Skeletal Muscle Mass, which may also be referred to as SMM in your report, represents is the total weight of the skeletal muscle found inside your body. Skeletal muscles are different from other forms of muscles and are the ones that are often seen to grow after exercise. Hence, an increase in value for Skeletal Muscle Mass will let you know that your workouts have been successful and you have been gaining muscle mass. This is more specific than lean body mass, which, even though it contains skeletal muscle weight, also includes other body parameters, which may give an inaccurate increase in skeletal muscle on its own.

  • Body Fat Mass

Body Fat Mass represents the total amount of fat found in the body, including both internal fat and surface-level fat. An increase in body fat mass will let you know that you have been taking an increased amount of fatty foods in your diet. This, in turn, will allow you to make specific changes in your diet to help you move towards your target body shape and weight.

Muscle Fat Analysis can help you assess the volume of muscles, fats, and the risk of obesity. You can do this by comparing your reading and specific measurements to others of the same height and gender using their data through a bar graph. Hence, if you see a percentage of 100%, this would mean that your readings lie within the average readings of the individuals with your gender and height. However, if it is above 100%, it would mean that your readings are more than the average readings of the individuals around you. For example, if you get a percentage of 150%, this would mean you are 50% above average and required to make changes in your lifestyle to help you reach within the recommended measurements. On the other hand, if your readings show a percentage of 60%, this would mean that you are 40% below the average individuals with your gender and height, and you require to make changes in your lifestyle to gain the mass needed to maintain body health.

Finding Body Type

You may also be able to assess your body type using the Visbody R Explorer reports by the CID method. You can do this by connecting the endpoints of the bars of your weight, skeletal muscle mass, and body fat mass – which will either form an A, and I, or a D.

‘C’ type

A ‘C’ type body shape is when the bar length of Skeletal Muscle Mass is shorter than the Body Fat Mass and your total weight – which in turn forms a C. This type of body shape may be indicative of individuals who are either obese, or overweight, average, or even underweight, depending on the location of their measurements on the graph. The basic concept behind a C-type body shape is that the amount of Skeletal Muscle in your body is less than it should be. Hence individuals with this body shape are recommended to increase the mass of their skeletal muscles and reduce the mass of body fats.

‘I’ type

An ‘I’ type body shape is when the length of weight, body fat mass, and skeletal muscle mass bars form a straight line – which is seen to be forming the letter I. Individuals with this type of body shape usually have healthy levels of body fat, and their weight is also seen to lie in the normal range. It shows that the muscles and fat in your body are proportional, and unlike C type body shape, no one is higher than the other, and no one is lower. However, they are still required to work on their health and maintain this body shape by regulating diet and lifestyle. By further continuing your workout or diet, you may be able to gain muscle or reduce body fat more efficiently.

‘D’ type

A ‘D’ type body shape is when the bar length of Skeletal Muscle Mass is longer than the total body fat mass and the weight – which in turn forms a D. Since this type of body type indicates an excessive presence of skeletal muscle, which is higher in proportion to the fat mass and body weight, it represents the body of someone who works out on a regular basis. Hence D type body shape is typical for athletes, boxers, and wrestlers. Normally, the body fat and weight bars are within the average range or below average with a much higher Skeletal muscle mass, but if their values are higher than normal, one should try to reduce their fat mass and weight to bring it into the normal range. This is particularly important for those individuals who want to maintain their physique and strength in the long term, as they are required to keep their skeletal muscle mass much higher than their body fat to achieve this. However, it is also important to make sure you do not lose too much body weight and become too lean, as that may also have a deleterious effect on your total body strength.

Obesity Analysis

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The obesity analysis consists of some basic parameters, which include the Percentage of Body Fat, Body Mass Index, Wait and Hip Ratio, Basal Metabolic Rate, and Visceral Fat Levels. The obesity analysis allows you to understand the current levels of obesity in your body and the potential risk of obesity-related diseases in the future.

  • Body Fat Percentage

The body fat percentage is calculated by dividing the total fat mass of your body by your weight and is considered to be different for both males and females. This is because females are usually found to have more body fat as compared to males. This is because of the unique reproduction systems of the two sexes and the specific role of genetics. Generally, the health range of Body Fat Percentage is 10 to 20% for males, whereas, for females, it lies in the range of 18 to 28%.

The Body Fat Percentage may also vary on the basis of age. For example, studies have found that those between the ages of 20 to 39 may have a body fat percentage of 21 to 32% in females, while that in males, maybe 8 to 19%. Those in the age ranges of 40 to 59% are found to have a body fat percentage to lie between the ranges of 23 to 33%, while that of men lies between 11 to 21%. Moreover, those in the age range of 60 to 79% have a body fat percentage of 24 to 35% in females and 13 to 24% in males.

  • Body Mass Index

Body Mass Index, which is also known as BMI, is a prediction of the size of your body. BMI is calculated by combining your height with your weight. This screening tool allows you to know whether you are underweight or overweight. Hence the basic principle of calculating the Body Mass Index is to find out if your weight is in correct proportion with your height. This is particularly important because if an individual is outside their ideal body weight, they may have an increased risk for different health-related conditions, which may predispose them to Hypertension and Obesity.

  • Waist To Hip Ratio

Waist To Hip Ratio, which may be presented as WHR in the report, is an accurate prediction of the measurement of the ratio of waist circumference to hip circumference. It can be calculated by dividing the measurement of your waist by that of the hip. An example of this is an individual with a 40-inch waist and 48-inch Hips that will have a waist-to-hip ratio of 0.78.

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  • Basal Metabolic Rate

Basal Metabolic Rate, which is also referred to as BMR, is the amount of energy an individual spends in a resting state. This is particularly important because the energy that one requires during a resting stage is the energy to keep their body functioning even when it may seem like the person does not require energy. These processes that require energy during a resting state include breathing, maintaining blood circulation, and even cell growth.

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  • Visceral Fat Levels

There are two kinds of fat in the body, which include subcutaneous fat and visceral fat. As the name suggests, while subcutaneous fat is the type of fat that lies on the external surface of the body, visceral fat is more internal and closer to the viscera of the blood. By indicating the Visceral Fat levels, the reports help you find out the amount of unhealthy fat you have in your body. The normal range of visceral fat is found to lie between 1 to 10 in the majority of adults. Since visceral fats are found to be in close association with cardiovascular exercise, individuals who engage in greater levels of exercise will find lesser amounts of visceral fat in their bodies. This may also act as an excellent progress indicator for those who are trying to lose body fat.

Percentage of Body Fat Vs. Basal Metabolic Index for Estimation of Obesity Risk

The Body Fat percentage is a more accurate estimation of obesity as compared to Basal Metabolic Index. This is because Body Mass Index is calculated by dividing your total weight by your height squared and is a single value that does not effectively differentiate between muscle mass and total fat of the body. Hence, if you use your Body Mass Index to estimate the changes in your body or how effective your diet or workout has been, you will never be able to find out if the changes were in the mass of your muscle or the fat volume in the body.

Body Composition History

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The Body Composition History section of the report consists of three graphs, which include Weight, Muscle Mass, and Body Fat Percentage. The basic purpose of the Body Composition history is to allow you to track your progress over time. What makes this particularly unique is that you may not only track your progress and see how your body and changed but do this in a much more detailed manner, where you can completely understand how different parameters of your body have changed. For example, even though weight is commonly used as a means to track one’s health journey, it does not indicate how much of the weight that was lost was from the muscle mass and how much from the fats. With the Visbody R Explorer, you can track how your weight changed, along with changes in your muscle mass and Body Fat percentage.

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We can further classify the changes from the Body Composition History Graphs into positive and negative body changes. A positive change will show an increase in muscle mass over time along with a reduction in the Body fat percentage. This is considered positive progress and lets you know that you have made progress towards improving the overall composition of the body over time. This is important as it lets you know that whatever diet or exercise ritual you have been following is working for you, and you should continue on that path.

On the other hand, a negative body change will show a loss of muscle mass and an increase in the body fat percentage. This is considered negative progress and may be associated with an increase in weight, or it may remain unchanged. The results of the body composition history can be an eye-opener for many, as it may show that sometimes a loss of weight may be caused by an unchanged body fat but the loss of muscle, while sometimes an increase in weight can be caused by a low body fat but increase muscle mass.

Posture Analysis Report

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The Posture Analysis Report section will start by presenting you with a visual picture of the front, left, right, and the top of your body to help you visualize your posture. This report helps you determine and assess the length of your muscle, the mobility of your joints, and the control of your muscle. An individual with a changed posture may be due to an imbalance in their muscle or an alteration in their joint position. This may not only make them more prone to accidents like tripping but also cause pain and disrupt their daily life. Even though a posture analysis is important for every individual who has noticed a gradual change in their posture, even if it may seem minor – it is absolutely essential for athletes or those who are into sports. This is because a changed posture may heavily interfere with their performance and may not allow them to move as freely as they like to.

The Posture Analysis Reports consists of the following parameters:

Forwards Head Posture

The forward head posture is when the cheekbones are in front of the breastbone

Hidden risks

Leaning the head forward is an unnatural posture that puts excessive pressure on the cervical spine. As the anterior inclination increases, the weight of the cervical spine also increases accordingly. There are some feelings that you may often experience, such as uncomfortable neck and shoulders, frequent choking when eating or drinking, jaw joint pain when chewing, and dumb throat easily when talking or singing for a long time. These phenomena are related to head tilting. Not necessarily related, but often related.

The Reason for This Situation

Lifestyles such as sitting for a long time and playing with mobile phones are the direct reasons. In fact, in a more in-depth way, excessive use and dependence on vision is an important reason for head tilt. Whether using a computer, playing on a mobile phone, or reading a book, we have been in a state of providing postural feedback mainly through a vision for a long time. Over time, the proprioception of the vestibule and neck will gradually degenerate.

Head Tilt

The head is tilted to one side, or it may be tilted alternately on both sides

Hidden risks

Due to changes in muscles and joint force lines, lateral deflection occurs, and the force on the cervical spine increases, which will cause cervical spine pain; in addition, the deviated neck may also compress blood vessels and nerves, causing dizziness, numbness in the arms, and so on.

The Reason for this Situation

It has something to do with your usual head posture. If you usually have pain on one side of the cervical spine, it will also affect it. In addition, trauma and habits are also the cause of cervical spine tilt.

Rounded Shoulder Posture (Right and Left Side)

Round shoulders mean that the shoulders are bent forward and buckled inward, the chest is retracted, and the shoulders form a semi-circular arc-shaped physiological posture. It can also be called “Upper Cross Syndrome.”

Hidden risks

In addition to causing irregular body posture, round shoulders will also affect your upper body training and directly affect your health. Since the shoulders cannot be fully opened, the range of movement of the shoulders will also become very small, so much of your upper body training, such as bench press, rowing, neck, and arm Flexion and extension, etc., may not be completed well, and it is easy to do Injured in sports.

The Reason for This Situation
  • Long-term work or study at the desk will cause the pectoralis major in the chest to become shorter and lose its elasticity, pulling the shoulders to squeeze inward. The rhomboid muscle on the back is just the opposite. Due to being stretched for a long time, it becomes very long and finally becomes weaker, unable to pull the scapula to contract in the direction of the spine.
  • Practice the chest but not the back. During fitness training, the individual only trains their chest but not their Hence, they have developed chest muscles, but their back muscles are very weak. The severe imbalance of the front and back muscle strength causes the powerful pectoral muscles to pull the shoulder blades forward. Over time, the entire shoulder becomes a semicircle forward and inward, naturally resulting in around the shoulder.

Uneven Shoulder

Uneven shoulders are when one of your shoulders is higher than the other. The difference between both shoulders can be very minimum, or it could be to the extent that it is noticeable to those around you.

Hidden Risk

Having an uneven shoulder can put one at a greater risk for neck, shoulder, and back pains due to the imbalance of the muscles the difference between two shoulders causes. It may also cause muscle tightness and muscle pull if the difference between the two shoulders is significant.

The Reason For This Situation

The reason which may cause uneven shoulders include using one side of your body more than the other, carrying a heavy bag on the same side of the body for prolonged periods, or it may be caused by developmental muscular and skeletal abnormalities.

Anterior Pelvic Tilt

The anterior pelvic tilt is when the pelvis is tilted in a forward direction.

Hidden Risk

The forward tilt of the pelvis leads to its increased pull on the spine, which eventually causes the spine to undergo an exaggerated curvature. This can cause severe hip and back pain and, if not corrected immediately, can lead to devastating circumstances in the long term.

The Reason For This Situation

Anterior Pelvic Tilt can be caused by sitting in the same position for very long periods without undergoing proper stretching or regular exercise.

Posterior Pelvic Tilt

Posterior Pelvic Tilt is caused by movement of the pelvis, where the front is seen to rise while the back of the pelvis drops.

Hidden Risk

Since this tilting of the pelvis puts a lot of pressure on the lower back, it can lead to the development of chronic pain all over the body and cause conditions like Sciatica.

The Reason For This Situation

Posterior Pelvic tilt may be caused by postures that involve slouching, as this does affect not only the bones of the pelvic area but also cause weakness of the muscles.

Left and Right Knee Evaluation

Hyperextension or Flexion of the knees can lead to severe discomfort; hence it is important to get a knee evaluation for both sides regularly.

Hidden Risk

Changes in the position of the knee can lead to changes in the mechanical structure of the muscle and ligaments surrounding the knee joint. This may lead to sore muscles and changes in the movement of the leg.

The Reason For This Situation

This may be caused by the failure of the muscles to lengthen or shorten in response to the movement of the knee. However, this may not only be limited to the muscular changes but may also be associated with deformities of the bone, ligaments, and capsules surrounding the knee.

Leg Type

It is important to identify the leg type to be able to take intervention and protective measures beforehand. For example, bow legs are when the legs curve outwards at the location of the knees while the feet and ankles are touching.

Hidden Risk

An abnormal leg type can lead to an overall dysfunction of the legs. This may also increase one’s chances of getting injured, particularly at the level of the knee joints.

The Reason For This Situation

Abnormalities of the legs usually develop before birth due to a rotation or twist in the bones in the small space of the womb.

Body Circumferences Report

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The Body Circumference report includes the measurements of the circumference of different regions of the body in a single report. The common areas measured by this analysis include left upper arm, right upper arm, chest, waist, hip, left thigh, right thigh, left calf, and right calf. You may also use this report to compare your current body circumference measurement to the previous ones.

Shoulder Function Report

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The Shoulder Function reports consist of a number of shoulder function tests, which will involve the individual moving their shoulder in different planes. This may include Flexion, extension, adduction, abduction along with the rotation of the arm internally and externally. The ranges measured by Visbody R Explorer include the following:

  • Abduction and Upthrow of the Left Hand
  • Abduction and Upthrow of the Right Hand
  • Anteflexion and Upthrow of Left Hand
  • Antiflexion and Upthrow of Right Hand

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