When it comes to assessing the impact of your fitness, nutritional, or lifestyle changes, your body composition is one of the most valuable indicators of your overall health. By routinely measuring the percentages of fat, bone, muscle and water in your body, you can assess your progress, spot unwanted changes, and set attainable time-bound goals to get positive health changes.
With Samsung Health and Galaxy Watch5 Series’ innovative BIA Sensor, you can measure your body composition in just 15 seconds at the tip of your fingers, and learn to set the right goals (due date, weight, and body fat, and skeletal muscle) based on measurements in Samsung Health.
Throughout the journey, you’ll get useful tips and recommendations from Samsung Health to level up your fitness progress – from motivational progress feedbacks, to adding workout programs or modes recommendations to your routines.
While exercising is important, never forget to properly fuel up yourself pre and post workout. The more active you are, the more carbs (main source of energy) you will need and use. Thus, be sure that your diet plan supplies enough nutrient-dense calories, such as whole-grain carbohydrates, lean proteins, healthy fats, water, fruits and vegetables.
Keeping a food diary in Samsung Health is one simple way to stay on top of your nutritional goals. You’ll gain valuable insights over your calorie and nutrition intake from it.
Watch how the fitness enthusiast level up her fitness journey with Samsung Health in the video below:
“Get Informed, Get Better” with Samsung Health: https://www.samsung.com/my/apps/samsung-health/
The Galaxy Watch5 Series:
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Galaxy Watch5: https://www.samsung.com/my/watches/galaxy-watch/galaxy-watch5-40mm-silver-bluetooth-sm-r900nzsaxme/buy/