What is BCI?
Changes to your body composition may include some or all of the following measurement types:
- Weight reduction (preferred over more traditional “Weight Loss” due to the implication that if you lose it you might find it again) – Also known as scale weight.
- Body fat reduction
- Increases in lean muscle mass (typically improved strength)
- Body Mass Index (BMI) decreases
Circumference measure changes (inches lost):
- Waist to hip ratio changes (research shows that people who carry more weight in their belly than their hips tend to be at higher risk for developing additional health problems)
- Additional measure sites may include arm, chest, thigh
- Clothing fit changes – one of first things clients notice is a sudden loosening of clothes.
Warning: wardrobe items may suddenly begin to fit better
Who can help you achieve optimal BCI?
Fitness on the Move Professional Trainers are fully certified and trained in BCI analysis methods.
- Stepping clients through the process of reaching their own, personal best body composition
- Guiding, encouraging, and rewarding successes for BCI.
- Administering accountability systems to keep clients on-track.
- Reducing the risk of injury or accident.
What is BCI? How does BCI work?
We first determine if you need a BCI program:
- Use the BMI calculator (http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/bmi/adult_BMI/english_bmi_calculator/bmi_calculator.htm) or see your physician for a physical to identify if you should consider our BCI program.
- Your BCI Analysis meeting with a Certified, Professional, FOM trainer- Get a free consultation with a Fitness on the Move trainer to have a professional review your body composition and to create realistic, reachable goals.
- Create a weekly/monthly plan to get you to your BCI goals-Fitness on the Move offers customized training sessions and customized fitness programs to ensure your wellness activities are optimally effective.