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Bioimpedance analysis (BIA) represents a method of body composition assessment that is increasingly used in the Fitness field. It is a noninvasive procedure that provides specific data on an individual's fat distribution, lean mass, hydration, metabolic health, and body stress.

This technique is based on measuring electrical resistance through the body, taking advantage of the different conductivity of tissues. BIA offers an accurate overview of body composition, providing crucial information for customizing fitness programs and diet plans.

The importance of bioimpedance analysis lies in its ability to offer objective data on metabolic health, the quantitative and qualitative level of Body Muscle and adipose tissue distribution. This information is critical in the management of a quality Fitness pathway. 

Unlike more invasive methodologies, BIA is quickly executable and its convenience does not sacrifice accuracy, making it an ideal choice for monitoring changes in body composition over time. 

With us, bioimpedance analysis (BIA), is paired with other body measurements such as plicometry to give you a complete overview. 


1. Assessment through a bioimpedance analysis (BIA) and a plicometer measurement
2.Printing and discussion of results with subsequent dietary advice and exercise programming (1 hour)


Introductory price: CHF 105 (price valid until 04/30/2024)


1. Monitoring the Fitness Process.

Bioimpedance analysis (BIA) provides a detailed account of body composition, allowing fitness enthusiasts to accurately monitor changes in the ratio of lean to fat mass. This information is critical for adapting and optimizing training programs, allowing targeted monitoring of results over time.

2. Optimize Body Composition

For those pursuing specific fitness goals, BIA becomes a key tool. By analyzing the amount of body fat and the distribution of lean mass, workouts and diets can be tailored to maximize fat loss and promote muscle development.

3. Improve athletic performance

Monitoring body composition helps athletes achieve optimal weight, maximize strength, and improve performance without compromising health.

4. Adapting nutrition and hydration.

Knowing lean mass percentage and body hydration allows accurate customization of nutritional and water needs. This targeted approach not only optimizes energy during training, but also contributes to post-exercise muscle recovery.

5. Preventing injuries

An often overlooked aspect of fitness is injury prevention. BIA can identify dysfunction in lean mass distribution, helping to prevent muscle imbalances that could lead to injury. This proactivity in muscle health management is crucial to maintaining a safe and sustainable fitness practice over the long term.


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