Body Recomposition

Want to lose weight yet have a toned body? Well, then this article is not to be missed!


Body composition refers to the amount of fat and fat free mass your body contains. Analyzing your body composition will give you a better understanding of your body as compared to other screening factors which only factor in your height and weight. That’s because your body fat percentage in relation to your muscle mass better reflects your overall wellbeing than just weight or BMI. Therefore, body recomposition focuses on body composition rather than weight.


Recomposition means to form something again or in a different way and thus body recomposition is a lifestyle which includes fitness and nutrition techniques leading to healthy changes in your body ratio of fat to muscle.


Normally, people would use a scale to gauge their progress when trying to lose weight. If the number on the scale goes down, most will infer success. However, this does not differentiate between fat loss and muscle loss which is an important factor in measuring health.

Having a high body fat has been found to be linked to various health issues which increases your risk of chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart diseases. When done correctly, body recomposition changes the makeup of your body so that you have less fat and more muscle. During the process, it is normal to see a much slower weight loss or no weight loss at all due to the simultaneous gain in muscle.


Contrary to popular belief, measuring your ratio of muscle to fat is the best indicator of overall health and fitness, not body weight.


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