Image Find the right balance Once you’re clear on your aims, set specific targets for your hydration, fat and muscle levels. Then when you have started training, monitor your body composition. It’s important to continually track your progress as you go.
Find the right balance
Once you’re clear on your aims, set specific targets for your hydration, fat and muscle levels. Then when you have started training, monitor your body composition. It’s important to continually track your progress as you go.
What you need to know?
What you see in the mirror isn't the whole picture and it makes no sense for your health or for effective training to force an unnatural body weight. Instead, by monitoring and evaluating changes in your body composition you.
By using a Tanita monitor you can set your baseline for each of your body composition measurements, then regularly monitor the changes to gain a valuable insight into how your body works. If you understand your natural baseline, you will be able to assess how your body responds to training and injury recovery, improve your performance and even identify your ideal pre-race physique.
As you train more, your weight may plateau even if your body fat percentage drops and your muscle mass increases. This will ultimately affect your hydration levels and Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and you.
Motivation is key to success, whatever you want to achieve. Tanita monitors not only provide you with a true understanding of how your body is responding to your training or exercise regime, they are designed for use by more than one person. So why not get other members of the family or a running buddy to join you and start your journey to good health together?
Give your body what it needs
A little goes a long way.
What about my diet?
It’s essential to have a sensible diet plan in place to ensure adequate refuelling and recovery, especially during intense training. The starting point of any nutrition programme is knowing what your daily calorie requirement is when at rest. This is your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Tanita monitors calculate your BMR, which you can use as a baseline for your diet. You can then add more calories according to how much physical activity you do each day.
Popular diets might help you lose weight, but they are only a short-term solution and may not provide all the nutrients you need. A balanced diet has enough protein for tissue and cell replacement, enough carbohydrate for energy and the right amount of essential fats for forming cell walls and regulating metabolism. Your body also needs a range of vitamins and minerals and at least two litres of water or other low calorie drinks per day.
With over 25 years of scientific and medical research, our BIA technology leads the way and is clinically proven to be the most accurate on the market. No one else can provide the precision, reliability and level of excellence that Tanita monitors offer.
When it comes to health monitoring, Tanita is the first choice among experts. Sports coaches, health providers, scientists and global brands know they can trust Tanita to deliver the standard they require. We can do the same for you.
We don't just measure. We work to empower everyone to change their health for the better whether that's individuals, sports teams or families. We also fund medical research projects worldwide that contribute to our understanding of how to lead a healthier and fitter life.