Evolt 360 Scanner

£11,399.00

Stock Code: evolt360 Categories: , , ,
  • Exclusive Distribution in the UK from Primal Strength
  • Experience a better way to track your clients progress
  • Scan on the Evolt 360 for your baseline body composition measurement
  • Evolt Active app to track your/clients progress
  • Arrange a Demo by calling our sales team
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Description

THE INTELLIGENT BODY SCANNER

The Evolt 360 Ecosystem consists of a body composition analyser, which utilises an eight electrode multifrequency segmental analysis known as Biometrical Impedance Analysis.

The Evolt 360 uses a scientifically validated test known as Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA). It is considered the fastest, non-invasive method of screening total body composition.

Bioelectrical Impedance (BIA) works by passing a safe, low intensity electrical current through the body via the tactical points on the machine (feet and hands). In very basic terms, the resistance to flow of the current determines the difference between muscle mass, fat mass (including visceral and subcutaneous), water and mineral.

THE SCAN REPORT

In 60 seconds, the Evolt 360 gives users a unique experience and a full report of their body composition.

Get access to over 40 different measuring parameters such as Skeletal Muscle Mass, Total Body Water, Bone Mineral Content, Protein, Body Fat Percentage, Visceral Fat Levels and Segmental Analysis, B.M.R and Total Energy Expenditure​, Age Match to Body (fitness age) and much much more!

TRACK ANYWHERE AT ANYTIME WITH THE EVOLT ACTIVE APP

It’s not just an App, its a real measure of your success. Once you have been scanned with the Evolt 360 you can use the free Evolt Active App to get personalised and detailed recordings and then track, monitor and analyse your progressive results. Access personalised profile and dashboard via smart phone, tablet or desktop computer. Utilising unlimited cloud data storage, the App provides instant graphs and charts showing real-time results with analytical comparisons between scans. ​ ​