Super the body composition one involves standing in bare feet on a scale on which you line up your heels with it's metallic feet, then clasp handles which are also metallic, elaborate claims ensue for everything rfom basic BMI to the muscle mass per individual limb, visceral fat mass, etc
I aws slightly *better* than last November, LOADS better than in January when I'd been fully flattened for a couple of weeks.
So the shape of the results makes sense, however I'm sure that hydration levels make a difference.
The VO2 max test [and the InBody] comes with my Spedflex membership and they don't have a treadmill. You can book in just for the test and it would cost, but I'm not sure how much.
Some gyms and most of the more sportcentric unis would offer the same.
Pink I reckon, although colour really isn't the issue!