SKULPT AIM is The Ultimate Fitness Tracker

Skulpt Aim makes all those other gadgets look like toys rather than tools.

Skulpt Aim measures the fat percentage of individual body areas, as well as the muscle quality (MQ) – a metric of the muscle’s strength and definition. Using proven technology and proprietary sensors, aim collects thousands of data points per second to accurately evaluate and quantify the quality of separate muscle groups. Metrics are displayed instantly on the screen, and synced via Bluetooth to a personal online dashboard or mobile app. Users can track their progress over time, see the body’s changes, and optimize their workouts accordingly.

the Skulpt [Aim] truly is one of a kind.

Measure fat loss, not weight loss.

Your scale tells you half the story. Measure fat % and muscle quality to track when you’re losing fat and gaining muscle. It’s 5X more accurate than BIA “smart scales” and 4X more accurate than professional calipers. Skulpt Aim is within 1-2% of gold standard, underwater weighing.

Aim syncs to select iOS and Android devices that support Bluetooth 4.1 technology. This includes iPhone 5 or newer models, as well as leading Android devices. Specifically, Android devices with the Jellybean 4.3 or later versions of operating system.

Aim measures 12 muscles on both the left and right sides of your body (24 total). The muscles are: abs, biceps, calves, chest, forearms, glutes, hamstrings, lower back, quads, shoulders, triceps, and upper back.

To get a total body fat percentage or a total body MQ score, you’ll need to measure four areas: biceps, triceps, abs, and quads.

Bioelectrical impedance scales measure body composition by sending a single current starting at your feet (and sometimes your hands). Most of this current will flow through your “lean mass” as this is the most conductive, so none of the current will actually flow through your fat content. Your percentage of fat is then estimated, and highly dependent on variables such as level of hydration, bone density, etc.

In comparison, Aim uses EIM technology. This is a technique in which a current is applied directly to each muscle using optimized electrode configurations and frequencies. As a result, the current flows past the subcutaneous fat and through the muscle in a much more controlled fashion, for greater accuracy.

Additionally, Aim also measures individual muscle groups, as well as your muscle quality (MQ). Something that bioelectrical impedance scales, or any other device on the market, cannot give you.






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