Is there any way to improve the accuracy of the body composition measurement?
I'm a power lifter, so quite big but mostly muscle. Using calipers I have a body fat percentage of 19% but using the watch it thinks I have 31% body fat. That's not just a little inaccurate, that's way off. Up or down 1-2% is no big deal but 12% makes it unusable.
Wow wow.. Thank god.. Someone is talking about Health and Fitness and Galaxy watch rather than Battery length or life
Hi buddy, I think even the best of the machines get it bit hit and missed
What I do is, I use it, at same time of the day to measure and empty tummy, and kind of gently lick my 🤣🤣🤣.. two fingers before I touch the sensor, this way it increases the electricity conduct
My question to you.. What app do you use with Galaxy watch 5, because this silly "Pro" watch can't even record weights when I do Deadlifts, practically none of the strength training activities can add Weight If you do Push-ups, you can't add how many etc
With this "Pro" I can't even design my own workouts
18-10-202203:23 PM - last edited 18-10-202203:23 PM
🤣 Licking your fingers for better electricity conductivity is hilarious and genius, I'll try that tomorrow.
I only select "other" on the health app and leave it running. I'd be happy enough tracking just time, energy expenditure and body composition. For actual workout tracking I use alpha progression (silly name, I know) because it has all the strength exercises I can think of and it's easy for me to set reps, weight and sets etc. I don't understand the Samsung health approach with have one workout type for deadlifts, then another for curls another for squats etc. That's basically stop/go and constant fiddling with the watch. Seems silly to me, so I never use it or investigated any further.