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InBody Helps Los Cerritos Center Visitors Monitor Their Body Composition During the Holidays

By November 16, 2017March 30th, 2018No Comments

The medical device manufacturer is providing people with the information necessary for them to maintain or obtain lower body fat percentages as the new year approaches


CERRITOS, Calif. (November 16, 2017) – The holidays are upon us. Between the frequent gatherings and endless shopping trips, it’s hard to keep a consistent gym schedule. To remedy this challenge, InBody, a Cerritos-based medical device company has set up a kiosk in the Los Cerritos Center, for visitors to come test their body composition. The booth will feature the InBody 770, which is commonly featured in medical research, to give people biometric data like percent body fat, muscle mass and fat mass.

“We want to help people maintain their body composition and not deal with holiday weight gain,” said Joseph Han, InBody director of operations. “People who want to jumpstart their New Year’s resolutions can use the InBody 770 to set a baseline so they can see how much fat they lost, or how much stronger they’ve become, even if their weight on a scale hasn’t changed.”

In less than 60 seconds, an InBody 770 can provide visitors with additional information like:

  • Segmental Analysis: Learn how much muscle and fat is in each of your body segments (right arm, left arm, torso, right leg, left leg) to identify areas of weakness.
  • Visceral Fat Analysis: Learn how much fat is surrounding your major organs. Visceral fat is associated with risks of developing diseases like cancer, diabetes and stroke.
  • Basal Metabolic Rate: Find out how many calories your body burns while at rest so you can calculate how much food you should be eating per day.


The InBody kiosk is open during mall hours from now until December 31.


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