We have been selling Bod Pod machines for the last seven years, with satisfied customers around the country, and Canada.
We sell preowned Bod Pod machines, Three models are available, ST Bod Pod, Bod Pod machine Express, And the Bod Pod machine Gold Standard. Give us a call for units that are available for sale, We guarantee that all units are plug-in ready to go.
Bod Pod machine Gold standard, The Bod Pod machine, Gold Standard comes with a flat-screen, and a CPU, as for the ST, and Express Bod Pods they have a Kiosk for testing.
... at times, when we get a seller wanting to sell a Bod Pod machine, they will have a Bod Pod hauling trailer for sale also, This is a example of one inside
We have been selling preowned Bod Pod machines for the last seven years. We do get sellers that are selling at times their Bod Pod machine hauler, or full inclosed testing trailer. Most of the time we sell the Bod Pod separately or the buyer can purchase as a package.
Contact Greg at 858 453 7770 or 619 863 3434 for availability.
Whole-body air displacement plethysmography
Whole-body air displacement plethysmography (ADP) is a recognized and scientifically validated densitometric method to measure the human body fat percentage. ADP uses the same principles as the gold-standard method of underwater weighing but representing a densitometric method that is based on air displacement rather than on water immersion. Air-displacement plethysmography offers several advantages over established reference methods, including a quick, comfortable, automated, non-invasive, and safe measurement process, and accommodation of various subject types (e.g., children, obese, elderly, and disabled persons). However, its accuracy declines at the extremes of body fat percentages, tending to slightly understate the percent body fat in overweight and obese persons (by 1.68–2.94% depending on the method of calculation), and to overstate to a much larger degree the percent body fat in very lean subjects (by an average of 6.8%, with up to a 13% overstatement of the reported body percentage of one individual — i.e. 2% body fat by DXA but 15% by ADP).