Body fat percentage and muscle mass are more important than the number of steps you take in a day.
Body fat percentage and muscle can track changes in your body. Steps can’t.
Use the InBodyBAND2 to stay fit and healthy.
“Forget tracking your steps and sleep, …
The InBodyBAND is one of the first wearables to focus on measuring your body composition.”
- Devindra Hardawar, engadget
Why should we know our body fat percentage and muscle mass?
What is InBody Test?
An InBody Test uses patented BIA technology to determine the amount of water, fat protein and minerals a person has in his or her body. An InBody Test results are explained on an easy-to-understand InBody Result Sheet. Data includes: body fat, muscle mass, segmental muscle mass and extra cellular water. InBody Tests are accurate and precise, and can be found in many fitness centers and hospitals.
Wear your InBodyBAND2 on your wrist to check your body composition any time by placing your thumb and index finger on each of the electrodes located near the device’s display screen. Data is saved in the InBody Wear App so you can quickly see your changes in muscle and fat mass.
The InBodyBAND2 is a wearable fitness tracker that also features InBody's signature body composition analysis. It features four electrodes on the front and the rear sides to measure changes in muscle mass and fat mass. This allows you to check your body composition anywhere, at any time simply by placing your thumb and your index finger on the electrodes. Data is saved in the InBody Wear app and shows your body composition changes at a glance.
How accurate is the InBodyBAND2?
The InBodyBAND2 uses two frequencies of 20 and 50 kHz, and four electrodes on the wrist to analyze a person’s body composition. The biometric data from the InBodyBAND2 is highly correlated with the flagship InBody 770.
How to Test on the
Measure your muscle and fat levels with the InBodyBAND2 by following these 3 steps:
Extend your arm 4-6 inches away from your torso.
Place your thumb and index finger on the electrodes.
Lift your palm so that it does not come in contact with your other hand.