A Comprehensive Assessment of Your Body’s Status
Angie Rose Health Coaching is now offering the FIT3D Scan to the public and her clients for use. This scale is a thing of beauty with all the information you have the opportunity to receive. Information is knowledge.
I know that the number on the scale is not the only indicator to change with health and lifestyle changes. There is so much more to motivate you and remind you why you are putting all the work in that you are. You are more than just your weight! So let's talk about what you will learn about yourself when doing a scan!
What Will You Learn?
3D Avatars & Reports
Our 3D reports are going to show you what your body actually looks like down to the millimeter. This is amazing once you do a series of scans because you will see how your body is changing over time vs. just the number on a scale. This is an interactive report that will help motivate you to make changes!
Track Weight Loss, Body Composition, Inches & Posture Right On Your Phone Or Computer!
You will be able to download the free MyFit3D App to have access to your scans at all times. You will be able to see all of your information.
You will have the scans’ comparison feature, which shows how you compare to yourself! You will be able to see the difference in inches as well as the look of your body and how it is changing per scan. This will help to keep you motivated and more engaged as you walk through your weight loss and lifestyle journey.
Posture and Balance
Fit3D also tracks posture & balance, which is great for you for injury prevention. Take a look at how you stand on a regular basis. Shows if you are out of alignment and how you will see how your balance changes over time as your weight shifts, and this will affect how you feel.
Body Shape Rating
Body Shape Rating (BSR) is a wellness score based on the relationship of your body shape to cardiovascular-related risk factors. It answers the question, Is my body shape making it more likely for me potentially develop certain cardiovascular‑related health issues?
BSR is in a 0-100 range where 50 is average, and the higher the score, the lower the risk. This will show you how you compare against recommended healthy ranges, as well as how you compare to other Fit3D users with your same gender and similar age.
This will also show you your weight, your fat mass, your lean mass, and your body fat percentage. Body fat percentage is the user's total fat mass divided by the total body mass. Fat is an essential component of the body. However, too much body fat can negatively affect overall health. This scale does lean mass, which means bones and muscle together and fat mass separate.
Through research partnerships with public and private institutions, Fit3D has scanned thousands of people with Fit3D and DXA systems side by side. Fit3D has subsequently created algorithms that utilize hundreds of measurements automatically extracted from these body scans to calculate a user’s body fat percentage. The essential body fat (fat that is required to maintain life functions) is generally 10-13% for women and 2-5% for men (referenced through NASM).
Fitness Level And Basal Metabolic Rate
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the amount of energy expended while at rest in a neutrally temperate environment and in the post‑absorptive state. In this state, the digestive system is inactive, which is usually achieved by about twelve hours of fasting. Furthermore, BMR is the amount of energy expressed in calories that a person needs to keep the body functioning (i.e., breathing, blood circulation, controlling body temperature, cell growth, brain and nervous function, and contraction of muscles). BMR affects the rate at which a person burns calories and ultimately affects whether that individual maintains, gains, or loses weight.
When you schedule your first appointment at the office by calling (308) 850‑2419, you can opt for your first scan at $25, or you can purchase a package. Whichever package you purchase can save you more money. I only recommend doing one scan a month for your best results. You can schedule them whenever you would like, but once a month is best.