Know Your Body Better With Comprehensive Body Composition Analysis

Body Composition Analysis (BCA)

Your weight is not an accurate indicator of your fitness level. When you lose weight, it can mean you are losing muscle mass or body water and not the fat in your body. Instead of using a body fat calculator, we make use of a highly accurate Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) that utilized non-invasive electrical pulse to analyze and measure your body composition which consists of Total Body Water, Protein, Minerals, and Body Fat Mass. Together with 4 other sets of analysis, our BCA scan will aid you in gaining a comprehensive insight into your body composition. The body composition describes your healthy weight more accurately and provides a better glimpse into your overall health than traditional methods like BMI & weight. You will have a clearer idea of how to achieve a healthy balanced ratio of fats and muscles in your body. And this is how to measure body fat percentage for our personal training service. Our professional personal trainers will also be able to personalize structured training that is more effective and targeted. Body composition analysis can also accurately show changes in fat mass, lean muscle mass, and body fat percentage.


The Muscle-Fat Analysis compares the bar lengths of Skeletal Muscle Mass and Body Fat Mass. The longer the Skeletal Muscle Mass is compared to the Body Fat Mass bar, the stronger the body is.


Body Mass Index (BMI) is an index used to determine obesity by using height and weight. Percent Body Fat (PBF) is the percentage of body fat compared to body weight.


InBody segmental lean analysis evaluates whether the amount of muscles is adequately distributed to all parts of the body. Compare muscle mass to current weight.


The segmental fat analysis evaluates whether the amount of fat is adequately distributed throughout the body. Compares the fat mass to the ideal.

Why Is Body Composition Important To Measure?

Most diet and fitness goals focus on weight loss or gain, overlooking that two people of the same sex and body weight may look completely different from each other because they have different body compositions. Measuring your body composition regularly will tell you your own body’s unique makeup and help you identify areas to work on to improve your overall health and wellness.

Getting a better insight into your overall wellness starts with measuring your body fat percentage and going beyond the number on the scale. You will know whether you need to gain more lean mass or lower body fat percentage to achieve a healthy body composition and a better level of health.

What Is Segmental Lean Analysis and segment lean mass percentage?

In the Segmental Lean Analysis section, the body into 5 body segments: the two arms, two legs, and the trunk, which can be thought of as covering the area between the neck and legs. There are two bar graphs for each body part in the Segmental Lean Analysis graph. The display of the two bar graphs provides an assessment of your current lean mass distribution.

Segmental Lean Analysis (SLA) compares the kilograms of Lean Body Mass against the average expected amount of Lean Body Mass for that person’s height. The bottom bar (%) of the segment lean analysis is the Segment Lean Mass Percentage. If the bottom bar reaches 100%, it indicates you are at the ideal lean mass in relation to your current weight. Therefore, the length of the lower bar graph indicates the relative ratio of the ideal lean mass for their current weight, while the number beside the lower bar graph shows that ratio. This shows whether or not you have enough Lean Body Mass to support your own body weight, where 100% is sufficient.

SLA provides you with the ability to observe your upper/lower lean balance, left/right lean balance, and lean body mass distribution, segmentally. This allows for close monitoring of the distribution of lean body mass to help determine if the distribution of lean mass is adequate or if changes need to be made.



The Inbody Test uses bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) – a non-invasive electrical pulse/ electric current to measure body fat percentage, and estimate body fat mass and muscle mass. This full body composition analysis is the best way to test body composition and is much more accurate than using a comprehensive body fat calculator.
Unlike home-use models like InBody Dial, RAW uses InBody 120, a medical-grade model that measures the critical metrics in 20 seconds. 


Our InBody machine offers an in-depth body composition analysis (The InBody scale has been found to be 98% as accurate as a DEXA (Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry) scan.) Find out more about your body’s composition such as: Overall fitness score, Water weight, Muscle imbalances, Body fat levels, Muscle mass, Basal metabolic rate, Visceral fat levels, Waist to hip ratio, and much more!


  1. More accurate assessment of your body composition measurements as compared to other non-medical-grade machines, body mass composition tests, and body mass analysis.
  2. Get your professional Inbody Body Composition Report in less than 5 minutes
  3. Tracking system to reflect progress over a period of time


Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) works by running a small electrical current through the body. Different bodily tissues (e.g. muscle, fat, bone, etc.) have varying amounts of water content, and thus the electrical conductivity will differ. This difference will result in different resistance or impedance, which is measured to estimate body fat percentage. Find out more about Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis.

What Are the Benefits of Healthy Body Composition?

Having a balanced body structure boosts your immunity, lowering the likelihood of common chronic illnesses such as hypertension, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.

Let’s explore how healthy body fat percentage can enhance your overall health and work out a customized strategy to improve your body composition.

Discover your baseline so you can know what you need to lose, gain, or maintain

Measure your Body Fat Percentage to focus on fat loss, not just weight loss

Optimize your workout routine to fit your unique health and fitness goals

Calculate your caloric needs and create a personalized nutrition plan

Set realistic goals, accurately monitor progress, and stay motivated

Make more informed decisions to improve your body composition

How Do You Track Your Progress With Body Composition Outputs?

You can effortlessly track progress and assess the effectiveness of your diet and exercise regimen using body composition. There are numerous essential body composition outputs that you can use to track your progress over time:

Percent Body Fat (PBF)

Percent Body Fat or Body Fat Percentage is a more accurate indicator of your health than your body weight or BMI because it tells you exactly what amount of body fat makes up your total body weight. For a healthy body fat percentage, aim for a PBF within 10 – 20% (for males) or 18 – 28% (for females).

Skeletal Muscle Mass (SMM)

Skeletal Muscle Mass is crucial for mobility, posture, and strong immunity for long-term health. Body composition analysis shows you precisely how much Skeletal Muscle Mass you have in each body segment, so you can focus on building more muscle or correct imbalances to ensure you have a healthy muscle mass balance.

Body Water (TBW)

Your Total Body Water (TBW) is divided into two groups: extracellular water (ECW), which is the water outside your cells, and intracellular water (ICW), which is the water within your cells. A healthy balance of body water is critical for good health. With body composition analysis, you can identify any changes and address them to maintain a healthy balance.




$35 per InBody Scan
Hard copy and soft copy of the body composition analysis results will be given to you as well.


Inbody 120 offers accurate results by utilizing 10 impedance measurements by Using 2 Different Frequencies (20kHz, 100kHz) at each of 5 Segments (Right Arm, Left Arm, Trunk, Right Leg, and Left Leg)

RAW Active is offering this service to our current members and the public at our location.

1 Coleman Street
The Adelphi #03-02 Singapore 179803

Please make an appointment with us first.

The frequency of measurement is fully dependent on each facility and program. InBody recommends testing every 2-4 weeks.


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