There are so many different – and even better! – ways to track your body composition rather than the scale. When you use a scale, it tells you nothing about where your weight is coming from and it can be very frustrating when you know you’re less flabby, but it is not reflected in the scale. Whether you are trying to gain muscle or lose weight, the tools below will help you achieve your goal.
Below list the best ways to track your body composition:
1. Body fat monitor
It can be confusing when it comes to trying to eat healthy and make the best diet choices – think about how many new diet books come out in a year! There are some foods and drinks that will definitely promote weight gain and should be avoided if you are trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight.
Have you been keeping an eye on your Cardio Fitness Score? It’s not just for über-fit athletes. Quite the opposite, actually: Mounting evidence shows that people with low cardio-respiratory fitness are at a greater risk of dying from heart disease, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). In other words, it’s the least fit who should be trying to improve their score the most.
1. BROWN FAT: "GOOD FAT"