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SEE WHAT YOUR BODY IS MADE OF
Measure your body fat and muscle mass percentage right from your wrist with the touch of a button on your fitness tracker. See how your body composition change over time to find out what works for you and understand how fit you are.
Already own a TomTom Touch Cardio + Body Composition fitness tracker? Learn more about how to measure your body composition.
Body composition tells you what your body is made of: body fat, muscle and other (bones, water). Understand how fit you are by measuring your body fat and muscle mass percentages and find out what works for you by tracking the trend over time.Play Video
Being fit is more than a number on a scale. Body composition is a great indicator of how fit you are and the shape you’re in. Find out what works for you by seeing how your muscle mass and body fat percentages change over time. Track your progress towards your goal, whether you are trying to lose fat, get fitter or simply shape up.
TomTom Touch Cardio + Body Composition fitness tracker uses the same technology as connected scales: BIA, or bio impedance analysis. Your trackers calculates your body fat and muscle mass by sending a harmless current through your body and measuring how much resistance the current encounters as it makes its way through your body.
Body composition can be measured any time but many factors, such as exercise, eating and hydration levels can influence a single measurement and cause daily fluctuations. Try to measure it every day at the same time and to be properly hydrated to get a more accurate reading.
The ideal body composition can vary a lot from person to person, so if you want personalized advice we recommend consulting a licensed personal trainer or medical professional. Whatever your body composition is right now, what counts is the trend over time and seeing that you’re making progress. To compare your body composition against what the experts recommend, here is how the American Council on Exercise classifies body types based on fat percentage Find more information about body composition in this article from the American College of Sports Medicine, as well as other online resources, for example here.