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Instantly get the information you need with accurate, consistent, and reliable at-home scale technology. Customized with your goals in mind, FitTrack smart scales will keep you on track and supercharge your health journey. Take a look at the 17 different health metrics our scales cover, and redefine what healthy means to you!

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Metabolic Age

How old are you? How old is your body? Believe it or not, there’s a difference, and it’s known as Metabolic Age. This metric factors your body structure, BMR, fat, and muscle mass and gives you an accurate picture of how healthy your body is by informing you of your body’s age relative to your actual age. You want this number to be lower or at least the same as your actual age. If it's higher, it means that some lifestyle changes may be helpful. If it’s lower, you’re on the right track!

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Body Fat Percentage (BFP)

Body Fat Percentage is the proportion of fat to your total weight. Understanding your Body Fat Percentage is essential when evaluating your health. Knowing your Body Fat Percentage will help steer you towards the steps you need to take to improve your health. It can help you analyze and better manage your routine and decide if you need to make changes to your diet or exercise routine.

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Body Water Percentage

Body Water Percentage is the percentage of water found in the body. This metric is vital to avoiding dehydration and making sure your body has what it needs to function healthily. Keep in mind that hydration level may fluctuate through the day and night due to exercise, medications, caffeine, alcohol consumption, and even bathing. That said, most people fail to drink adequate amounts of water so aim for at least eight glasses a day.

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Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)

BMR is the minimum daily calories your body needs to function while at rest (how much energy your body would burn if you stayed in bed all day). This metric will help you achieve your fitness goals, whether you want to lose, maintain, or gain weight. Think of it as a baseline in setting your daily caloric goals—by knowing how much you burn at rest, you can begin to plan how many calories you should consume throughout the day by considering your activity levels. The more active you are, the more calories you should consume above your BMR.

Regular exercise, including cardiovascular and weight-bearing activities, will help raise your BMR. Raising your BMR is critical if your goal is to lose weight, as you’ll increase the number of calories your body naturally burns throughout the day.

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Visceral Fat

Visceral Fat surrounds the organs and is located deep in the abdominal cavity. It is the type of fat that cannot be seen or touched—the mirror won’t tell you how much visceral fat is in your body. Ensuring that you have a healthy level of Visceral Fat reduces your risk for diseases such as stroke, high blood pressure, and heart attack. This metric is key to understanding what’s happening inside your body and gives insight into changes you may need to take to improve your overall health.

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Subcutaneous Fat

Subcutaneous Fat is the fat stored beneath the skin that you can see in the mirror. For women, breasts also contain Subcutaneous Fat. Subcutaneous Fat is less harmful than Visceral Fat and is sometimes referred to as the “stubborn” fat because it can be harder to lose. Understanding the vital difference between Visceral Fat and Subcutaneous Fat provides knowledge of your body’s fat distribution, which can help predict any risks of illness.

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Body Mass Index (BMI)

BMI is a standard metric FitTrack calculates using your height and weight. It can be a great starting point to get a quick snapshot of your bodily health. According to the World Health Organization:

  • A normal BMI is between 18.5 to 24.9.
  • A result of 25- 29.9 is considered overweight.
  • A BMI of over 30 is considered obese.

These numbers may seem misleading if you have an athletic build, which is why metrics like Body Fat and Muscle Ratio are essential.

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Body Fat Mass

Body Fat Mass is the overall weight of fat in your body. Body Weight alone is not an indicator of overall health as it cannot distinguish between healthy body fat, unhealthy body fat, and lean body mass and muscles. For this reason, monitoring and maintaining a healthy Body Fat Mass is essential. It can help reduce the risks of certain illnesses and increase overall wellness.

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Weight Without Fat

Ever wonder what your body weight would be if you had a BFP of 0%? This metric tells you your weight without accounting for fat found in the body. Weight Without Fat can be a useful indicator for those looking to lose weight. It can also be a helpful benchmark for goal setting but don’t forget that every healthy body needs some fat to function correctly.

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Bone Mass

Bone Mass is the predicted weight of bone mineral in the body. Bone Mass declines slowly with age, so it’s useful to monitor to avoid any surprises in your health. A low Bone Mass might increase the risk for injuries or provide insight to assess the risk of developing osteoporosis. To help maintain healthy bone mass, you should get your daily recommended intake of calcium. You should also include some weight-bearing exercises in your fitness routine.

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Muscle Mass Percentage

Muscle Mass percentage is an excellent indicator of health because your muscle mass will naturally decline as you age. By monitoring it closely, you can effectively gauge how healthily your body is aging! A higher percentage of Muscle Mass reflects a lower rate of body fat. For people on a diet or training regularly, knowing and monitoring your muscle mass percentage can be a great tool in assessing its effectiveness. This metric is critical for anyone looking to increase muscle, improve fitness, and reduce injury or illness risk.

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Muscle Weight

Monitoring Muscle Weight can help you reverse the decrease in muscle mass and bone density that comes with age. Muscle Mass can also be a great tool in assessing your training program or workout. Anyone invested in improving their overall strength will benefit from monitoring this metric to increase awareness of how much their training impacts their progress towards their goals.

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Protein Mass

Protein Mass is the amount of protein in the body. Knowing and tracking protein mass can help in achieving your Muscle Mass goals. Meeting the daily recommended protein intake will help your body maintain healthy nails, hair, skin and build muscle. Be sure to get your proteins from a wide variety of sources!

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Protein Rate

Protein Rate reflects the percentage of protein found in your body expressed as a percentage relative to other compositional data. Protein plays a critical role in both your physical and cognitive health. Your body uses protein to make enzymes, hormones and helps maintain other bodily functions. Protein is also an essential building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. This is an important metric to monitor regularly.

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Standard Weight

Standard Weight is the recommended healthy and optimal weight based on various factors such as height, weight, age, and gender. Are you the competitive type? If so, this metric might help inspire you to work towards your goals in regards to your overall weight, but should be taken only as a suggestion. Health is not one size fits all. Everyone's body is different. The standard weight reflected may need to be adjusted based on body type, muscle rate, and athleticism.

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Weight Control

Weight Control is a benchmark metric for where you are compared to the standard weight for your age. This metric can guide you in knowing how much to lose or gain to set realistic and smart goals for yourself.

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Body Weight

Weighing only your lbs is bs, but body weight is a metric we are conditioned to keep on a pedestal. For certain athletes and in certain situations having an accurate reading of your body weight is critical. Still, most often, this isn’t the case. Make sure you weigh yourself consistently—at the same time and under the same conditions each day—to get an accurate reading.