The InBody Tissue increases electrical conductivity where the hand and feet electrodes make contact with the skin. Without the tissues, it could be difficult for the electrical currents to flow through thick calluses or hard skin on the hands or bottom of the feet.
Articles in this section
- Why use an InBody Tissue before testing?
- Who are not recommended to take an InBody test?
- Can the InBody test people with prosthetic limbs?
- What factors can affect the accuracy of my test results?
- Will I feel the electrical currents during the test?
- Are there any height, weight, or age restrictions for the InBody Test?
- Why should I stand upright during the test?
- Can I operate an InBody device without any special training?
- Why do I need to remove my shoes and socks for the test?
- How long does an InBody Test take?