MYE Fitness Technologies, a US-based tech company specialising in fitness equipment, is set to launch a new body scanner.
Called BodyScript Ascend, the scanner is set to debut at IHRSA later this month (March), and uses near-infrared technology to accurately track body composition.
Users stand on the BodyScript platform while a wand is applied to the bicep, and within 10 seconds they receive a report accurately detailing their body weight percentage, muscle mass, lean body mass, body mass index (BMI), metabolic rate (BMR) and total water.
Unlike bioelectrical impedance devices, BodyScript is designed to offer accurate results without users needing to remove their shoes.
"BodyScript provides an essential educational tool for engagement and a clear path for health and fitness progress"
“The BodyScript Ascend body composition analyser provides a greater level of accuracy for fitness club members and trainers. In just 10 seconds, subjects receive an accurate set of measurements to establish baselines and tracking,” said MYE Fitness Technologies CEO and president Tony Garcia.
“BodyScript provides an essential educational tool for engagement and a clear path for health and fitness progress,” Garcia added.
“It features patented technology that encodes the results in a QR code, displayed on the scanner’s touchscreen. Users simply scan this code in order to access their results via the free BodyScript mobile app.”
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Users can download their results on mobile via a QR code to the free app