With the use of infrared cameras, the Fit3D machine takes images of your body from all angles and sides creating a 3D model that can be rotated 360 degrees to give you the most accurate visualization of your body possible. Your 3D model combined with other measurements takes all the guesswork out by showing you exactly where you’re gaining or losing fat or muscle mass.
By rescanning periodically, you’re able to see your progress with the side-by-side comparison tool.
This report will identify how much of your total body mass is lean (muscle, bone, etc.) vs fat. As well as providing exact circumference measurements of different parts of your body, so you can see your results.
Information pertaining to body alignment and posture shows you where you may need improvement and is helpful for anyone working with a chiropractor, personal trainer, or physical therapist.
Fit3D created a formula that tells you information about your results to create a score called Body Shape Rating (BSR). Your BSR is compared to other people with similar height, weight, age, and sex. Adding muscle and reducing body fat will improve your BSR over time.
Your Fitness Score is a (poorly named) indicator of how your basal metabolic rate (BMR) compares to other Fit3D users with similar age and gender. Your BMR is simply the amount of energy your body is burning while at rest.
A lower fitness score suggests that it may be beneficial to add some lean muscle to increase your BMR.