Fitness Tech

Dec 1, 2017

Do you know what type of training works best for you? (advertorial)

When it comes to taking control of your fitness, knowledge is power. Sedentary lifestyles result in poor fitness levels with negative health consequences, but, how active do you need to be to reap the rewards of an active lifestyle? How do you know what types of training suits you the best and can help you achieve your fitness goals?

Body composition is a measurement of your body fat and muscle mass percentage. This information is much more relevant than simply weighing yourself. And by seeing your body composition trends over time, you will be able to find out how your exercise routine is really impacting your body, and whether the type of training you are doing is working for you.

Your heart rate is another great indicator of how fit you are. Naturally, the fitter you are, the harder you have to work to make a difference, so by training with your heart rate, you know if you are challenging yourself enough to get the results you need. This is particularly important if you are doing high-intensity interval training (HIIT). With real time heart rate, you know if you are hitting the mark during the peak of your training, and whether you are recovering quick enough before the next set.

Our friend at TomTom Sports is offering Anytime Fitness members $50 off their TomTom Touch Cardio + Body Composition Fitness Tracker by using code TTBCA when checking out at TomTom.com

The TomTom Touch Fitness Tracker helps you to track and analyse your Body Composition, giving you an overview of your progress towards your fitness goals, whether you are trying to lose fat, get fitter or simply shape up. You can also track all your activities 24/7, including your heart rate, step count, calories burnt, active time and distance. It is your best personal fitness companion on your wrist, giving you all the insights and motivation you need to achieve your fitness goal.