MeasureUp Office

MeasureUp aims to improve your health through the use of Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) and bringing bone mineral density (BMD) together with total body composition measurements (TBC) to anywhere in Australia via purpose built mobile labs or specialised clinics.

Exercise Physiology consultations as part of our body composition scans are recognised by many private health funds so please check with your provider (bone density scans are not covered)

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I just wanted to say thanks for the scan last week, it is a great insight on the composition of my body. It was a really good tool to show o… Read more
Glenn Ryan (Owner/Coach), Crossfit Bondi
I just wanted to say thanks for the scan last week, it is a great insight on the composition of my body. It was a really good tool to show our athletes and they were very impressed with the scans capabilities. I've given all of them the measure up details so they can book it in themselves. I'll come back in about 5-6 weeks and retest. Cant wait.
Glenn Ryan (Owner/Coach), Crossfit Bondi
I knew as an exercise professional that the scale was not the best measure of body composition, but having a DEXA scan and hearing my result… Read more
Meg Achilles, Sydney
I knew as an exercise professional that the scale was not the best measure of body composition, but having a DEXA scan and hearing my results completely put that into perspective and shifted my focus for my goals away from the number on the scale. What I got most out of my consultation with Luke, was a targeted daily calorie intake, divided into macronutrient recommendations: specific to my body composition. You can't ignore it when it's prescribed right from your data. He also talked through what was a realistic plan for me (eg eating less during the week, and having more wiggle room on the weekends) to increase my chances of success. Without the clear guidance and tailored approach to my nutritional goals as informed by a DEXA and consultation, I would not have achieved what I did in the six weeks. Thanks again to Luke and the team at MeasureUp, and I will continue to come back to monitor my progress and composition.
Meg Achilles, Sydney
I always like to try new things and challenge the rules a little. I spent my earlier years watching my calories, eating well, exercising and… Read more
Chris Green, Sydney
I always like to try new things and challenge the rules a little. I spent my earlier years watching my calories, eating well, exercising and seeing great results. By my mid-twenties however I let myself get out of shape. I can blame time, stress, metabolism etc. but really I was lacking in motivation, which is what it all comes down to. Knowing how far I have gotten from where I want to be, I started searching for answers on how I might shortcut my way to a leaner physique. I was lacking patience, not wanting to spend the rest of the year being this size. It seemed that I found the answer in a trick that they call ‘water-fasting’. An alternative to conventional beliefs within the fitness and medical worlds, this prolonged period of consuming nothing (and I mean NOTHING) but water is considered by many as an alternative solution to fat loss, as well as healing ailments of many kinds. As crazy as it sounds, there is so much information about this on the internet! Of course, anybody who has done a little reading about basic nutrition knows that it is unsafe to drop calories too rapidly and will lead to a slower metabolism and the body going into ‘survival mode’, consuming hard-earned muscle to survive. Supporters of water fasting however are of the view that survival mode is quite the opposite, whereby in actual practice the body holds onto its muscle reserves and eats through its fat supplies that it had saved up for a time in need. So I began the experiment. The thought of losing several kilograms of pure fat per week was too enticing to resist. I dismissed all of my nutritional knowledge attained from years of reading fitness and nutrition books, and decided to go a month with nothing but water! I visited Measureup the day before the experiment, so that I could get an accurate reading of my body composition before and after the water-fast. I discovered when I had my scan done that I was a whopping 123.5kg at 29.8% body fat. I was ready to bring these numbers down as quickly as possible, and stuck my body scan image on the wall for motivation at home. The fast was actually not so difficult. For the first three days it was hard to not think about food, however once three days had passed, it was smooth sailing. Each day I looked at the image from my dexa scan on the wall and just imagined the layer of fat melting off my body and was so determined to make it through whole month. Today marked the end of my water fast. I have definitely lost a lot of weight this last month, and my stomach is significantly smaller than before. I have spent a lot of time convincing my colleagues and friends that water-fasting is not as harmful as they think and that my dexa scan will prove them all wrong. Today came the moment of truth. I had some fruit and some fresh juice in the morning to replenish some muscle glycogen so that my muscle would have a little more weight during the scan. When I arrived at Measureup and saw Luke, he seemed quite surprised at how I had managed to function over the last month! I have become used to people instantly giving me the talk about how you need a certain amount of food to stay healthy and maintain muscles etc., but I did not get this from Luke. It seemed that he was as interested to see the result as I was! So here are the results: Pre-fast total weight: 123.1kg Post fast total weight: 108.9kg Pre-fast body fat: 36.7kg Post-fast body fat: 33kg Pre-fast lean mass: 86.4kg Post-fast lean mass: 75.9kg And here’s what really matters to me: Pre-fast body fat percentage: 29.8% Post-fast body fat percentage: 30.3% So what did I learn from all this? The internet is full of information about anything and everything, right or wrong. The fitness industry speaks from generations of experience in trial and error, and in this case they have it right. We must be patient with the war against body fat, or else we lose mostly muscle, as I have just experienced, losing over 10kg in just one month! Do I regret it? Not at all, for I now know in my mind more firmly than ever that what I need is a conservative caloric deficit if I need to lose fat. I challenged conventional wisdom and it punished me. I now have my new dexa scan stuck up on my wall, and will use it as motivation to do things properly. Through quality exercise and diet, each time I visit Luke in the coming months (and years), I will make sure that I am going to be bringing home scans that show increased lean mass, decreased fat. Now I know what I need to do, so there are no excuses for taking any backward steps. My body fat percentage will go down!
Chris Green, Sydney

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