TomTom Touch

Amazon ReviewsScores 3.8 out of 5 from over 16 Amazon Reviewers (view on Amazon).
New for October 2016 is the TomTom Touch wrist band. Why track your steps when you can track what your body is made of? TomTom Touch makes other trackers old news because as well as tracking steps, sleep and heart rate, it tracks your body composition. Measure your body fat and muscle percentage right from your wrist with the touch of a button. Weight has been way of measuring progress for so long, but now it's outdated because it doesn't take into consideration what your body is made of or the shape you're in. Because muscle weighs more than fat, the numbers on the scale can say one thing but the image in the mirror another. So tracking your weight can be misleading and certainly doesn't tell the full story. Counting steps is a useful indicator of your activity, but doesn't give you any insight into your fitness or the impact of your activity on your body. Unlike tracking steps you take and how much you weigh, which don't tell the whole story, body composition is a great indicator of your fitness level and body health. Knowing how your body fat and muscle percentages change over time gives you insight into your progress and shows the results of all your efforts: diet, exercise, active routine