Body Composition and Metabolic Testing

What is Body Composition?

Body composition is a method of breaking down the body into its core components: fat, protein, minerals, and body water. It describes your weight more accurately and provides a better glimpse into your overall health than traditional methods. Body composition analysis can accurately show changes in fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage.

What is Resting Metabolic Rate?

Resting metabolic rate, or RMR, measures how many calories you burn at a state of rest. Knowing your RMR can help you understand how many calories you need to function, plus what you need to intake (or not intake) to reach your health and wellness goals.

Why are these important?

Measuring your body composition and RMR allows a more comprehensive fitness and nutrition plan to be developed to best fit your personal goals and wellness needs.  In addition to improving your overall health, increasing your energy and having more self esteem, you will also benefit greatly by reducing your risk of deadly diseases and cancers.

These tests are simple, non-invasive, and can be performed at regular intervals to help you measure your progress over time.


Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DEXA/DXA) provides comprehensive, precise measurements of total body fat percentage, along with segmental body fat distribution. The DEXA scan can be used to obtain an initial body composition assessment and to demonstrate how the body is changing over time.

Bod Pod®️

Determine your whole-body densitometry, fat and fat-free mass, through air displacement. Completed in a few minutes, this test provides accurate and quick results. It’s completely non-invasive making it especially well-suited for frequent, longitudinal tracking of body composition and metabolic changes.

Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)

How much fuel does your body really need? Eliminate unnecessary guesswork. Resting metabolic rate (RMR) is a great test for anyone wishing to better understand their daily energy burn and baseline caloric requirements. Your RMR can help you better design your personal wellness and nutrition plan.

VO2 Max

This is a great test for anyone who is active and wants to know more about their aerobic capacity and cardiovascular fitness. Results will help you establish optimal heart rate (HR) zones for exercise, to scientifically guide your training, and provide insights into your cardiovascular health.

Comprehensive Health Blood Panel

A great panel for anyone interested in a more robust look into their overall physical well-being. Panel includes 16 key and performance biomarkers.

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