• Know Your Fitness


Features requiring a subscription are indicated by a dollar sign ($).  All other features are included with the Basic (free) version of FitTrace.


Access and manage all of your scans from the dashboard.

Body Composition Report

FitTrace provides an online, printer friendly, body composition report.  Custom reports may also be developed.

Share ($)

You control access to your scans.  Share your scans with your dietitian, trainer, physician or friends.  Want to show off your progress, share to your Facebook page.

Basic Analysis

FitTrace provides details about a single DXA measurement that can be useful for health, fitness, and athletics.

A visual depiction of total and segmental body composition for a single measurement.

Fitness indicator based on DXA scan, gender, age, and activity level.

How much of your DXA lean mass is actually muscle.

Risk assessment of six chronic conditions based on a DXA scan plus age, gender, and ethnicity.


Track body composition over time.

Total body composition trending.

Segmental body composition trending.

Compare ($)

Perform detailed comparisons of your own measurements, with friends, or professional sports (NFL and rugby) by position.

Integration with Apps and Devices ($)

Incorporate your DXA data with your other apps and devices.  Observe how your activity affects body composition.

Select additional data to plot, such as Fitbit steps.

The additional data appears alongside your DXA data.  In this chart, Fitbit steps appear as the purple curve.

Team Reports ($)

Team Reports are for athletic teams, groups, and researchers.  With Team Reports you can analyze DXA body composition data your way.  Observe data for teams and groups in aggregate and individually.  Over one hundred body composition variables available.

Total Lean % for a basketball team – pre-season, in-season, post-season.

Total Lean % for individual basketball players – pre-season, in-season, post-season.

Total fat% for basketball team by position over three years.

Total fat% for basketball players by position over three years.

Notes ($)

Notes provide a way for DXA operators and their staff to help their clients understand their DXA body composition.  Staff, which may consist of nutritionists, physicians, trainers, and others, can attach notes to a scan.  The note may include an interpretation, suggestions, feedback … whatever the DXA operator defines.

Manage staff that can add notes for each DXA.

Add notes while viewing a DXA body compostion report.