I've always been a fitness fanatic who had a trim figure, but after the birth of my kid, I began to gain a lot of weight for no obvious reason. I tried several techniques, but none seem to be working. Then I decided to maintain track of my fitness weight reduction while experimenting with various diet plans.
By tracking my weight loss and documenting my progress, I could see whether or not I am on track and whether my weight loss plan is going as planned.
Using this smart scale, I could not only watch my weight, but also measure my body's key compositions such as body fat, age, fat-free body weight, protein percentage, water percentage, basal metabolism, bone mass, BMI, skeletal muscle mass, subcutaneous and visceral fat, and more.
This fitness scale wins my heart when it records my data on the integrated Fitindex app. Another advantage of this device is that it is compatible with the Apple Health app, that I'm currently using.
As a fitness enthusiast, I am well aware that following a low-calorie diet results in the loss of not just fat but also muscle and fluids. So, once again, this app comes in helpful because it tells me the percentage of water in my body, the weight of my muscles, and the total weight of my body with all of the fats. These metrics help me lose fat while preserving muscle in the best way possible. I realize that reducing muscle rather than fat, or just eliminating water retention, is bad. Although it may slim your figure, it will not bring you any closer to your weight loss goal.
Through my experience, I can tell that continuous weight monitoring is really beneficial to fitness weight loss, and in this regard, I do admire my Fitindex scale.
If you are not losing weight despite a low-calorie diet, if you are losing weight too quickly or if your weight is stagnating, re-analyze your diet in detail and honestly examine your eating habits and training discipline. Taking your measurements early enough will help you achieve your goals.