Weight can be considered an indicator of overall health
Body mass index, international standard : BMI=body weight(kg)/Height(m) squared
The proportion of adipose tissue versus muscle in a body
Fat-free Body Weight
After body fat, muscle mass is the 2nd most prominent factor in body weight
Subcutaneous dispose tissue (fat) lies between the dermis layer (skin) and fascia layer (connective tissue)
The average heart rate for healthy adults is 60-100 bpm.Most people fall within the 60-80 range, with women's heart rates leaning toward the higher end of the spectrum.
Evaluation of cardiac function status .Unit: L/min/m2
Visceral fat is a kind of body fat.Different from subcutaneous fat, it surrounds the organs and is stored in the abdominal cavity.
Water weight is the weight of fluids that collects in your tissues and causes them to swell
The human body is made up of a number of muscle tissues
Weight of all muscles in the body, including skeletal muscle mass, myocardium, smooth muscle, moisture, etc.
Bone mass is a measure of the amount of minerals (mostly calcium and phosphorous) contained in a certain volume of bone
Proteins are one of the building blocks of body tissue and can also serve as a fuel source
The amount of energy that the human body must consume to sustain life while being on an inactive state
Ideal Body Age=actual age * 2/3