It is essential to have a solid understanding of the constituent parts that make up your body in order to have an accurate picture of your overall health. The new device known as Fitrus Plus could be of assistance. It determines things like the amount of fat in the body, muscle mass, and body mass index, among other things.
The hand-held device makes use of bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA), which operates in a manner analogous to that of smart scales, in order to calculate these parameters. Please keep in mind that monitoring does not take place around the clock. Because changes in body composition do not happen quickly, you should only get readings once a week at most.
Simply pressing your fingertips against the two electrodes located on the side will accomplish this. Your readings will be uploaded to the corresponding smartphone app for the device that accompanies it through Bluetooth in a matter of only seconds. Because taking measurements after a meal or exercise can result in inaccurate results, OneSoftDigm Corp advises customers to take their measurements first thing in the morning, before engaging in any activity or consuming any food. Fitrus Plus appears to have an accuracy rate of 98.8 per cent when it comes to these measurements.
The gadget also provides information on oxygen saturation, basal metabolic rate, skin temperature, stress, and steps taken, all of which contribute to a more realistic picture of your overall health (through the device and smartphone). The companion software gives users the ability to track trends in order to develop healthier routines for themselves. The Fitrus Plus application will be able to create a personalized nutrition and fitness plan for you if you are careful about logging your measurements. The software will use this information in conjunction with your body type.
The Fitrus Plus is not actually intended to take the place of a fitness band or wristwatch. Rather, it is a portable tool that can assist you in keeping track of your health and can be carried in a bag or purse. The device, which has a starting price of $129 on Kickstarter, is ideal for people who are constantly on the go (50 per cent off the retail price). The fall is anticipated to be the time of delivery.