Research Publication Title

Correlation of Jackson & Pollock 3 Site Skinfold Test and the InBody 570 Bioelectrical Body Composition Analyzer

Major

Exercise Science

Faculty Mentor(s)

Michael A. Martino

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to determine the correlation between the Jackson and Pollock three site skinfold test, and the InBody 570 Bioelectrical Body Composition Analyzer. The researcher will perform the same skinfold test on all participants, and will use the same methods for each participant. The participants will range from 18-22 years of age. The InBody 570 Bioelectrical Body Composition Analyzer will be calibrated before the use of each participant to ensure accurate results. All participants' results from both tests will be compared with each other to determine if there is a correlation between the two tests. After all testing and data collection is complete, the researcher will be available to discuss the participants' individual results, and will ensure anonymous.

Start Date

10-4-2015 10:15 AM

End Date

10-4-2015 11:15 AM

Location

HSB 209

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Correlation of Jackson & Pollock 3 Site Skinfold Test and the InBody 570 Bioelectrical Body Composition Analyzer

HSB 209

The purpose of this research is to determine the correlation between the Jackson and Pollock three site skinfold test, and the InBody 570 Bioelectrical Body Composition Analyzer. The researcher will perform the same skinfold test on all participants, and will use the same methods for each participant. The participants will range from 18-22 years of age. The InBody 570 Bioelectrical Body Composition Analyzer will be calibrated before the use of each participant to ensure accurate results. All participants' results from both tests will be compared with each other to determine if there is a correlation between the two tests. After all testing and data collection is complete, the researcher will be available to discuss the participants' individual results, and will ensure anonymous.