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“These 3D scans are very instrumental thanks to the immediate full-picture image they present when measuring physical progress,” says Rolando Garcia, manager of the Columbus Circle location of E at Equinox. “Although caliper instruments can compile relevant data, they do not carry the emotional impact of an illustrated record." Moreover, body scans allow for a visualization of changes in complex and site-specific body areas such as the upper arms and thighs, which translates to a more accurate tracking of body mass composition. “This aspect is crucial, since it serves as the basis of important conversations around creating a personalized routine and behavior modification needed to affect change," adds Garcia.