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Published on October 16, 2017 by InBody USA
The new fitness tracker measures percent body fat, fat mass, and muscle mass while counting steps and monitoring heart rate.
CERRITOS, Calif. (October 2, 2017) – Body composition analysis and fitness trackers have fused into one in InBody’s newest product, the InBody BAND 2. The device sets itself apart from the competition by measuring percent body fat, fat mass and muscle mass so users can see their health improve. The InBody BAND 2 also tracks steps and monitors activity time.
“Too many people reference a scale when they’re trying to lose weight. In reality, they need to be checking their body composition so they can see their fat mass decrease and their muscle mass increase,” said Jeff Kim, head of marketing and public relations. “The InBody BAND 2 helps people recognize these changes to help them stay on track to better health.”
Additional features of the InBody BAND 2 include:
- EZ TrainingTM: Automatically track workouts by selecting from 12 exercises (shoulder press, bench press, kettlebell swing, crunch, plank, deadlift, squat, lunge, wall sit, jumping jack, burpee and hip bridge).
- Sleep monitoring: Track sleep and get a detailed analysis of your sleeping patterns and behaviors.
- Heart rate monitoring: Maximize the effects of your workout by monitoring the intensity of your workout. The InBody BAND 2 uses ECG technology to get a reading more accurate than the competition.
The InBody BAND 2 can be purchased on Amazon.com and InBody.com.Tagged:
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