Personal Trainer

Say Hello to Your New Portable Personal Trainer!

At Qutek, we’re constantly looking to create innovative products that combine cutting-edge technology with personal healthcare. When it comes to physical fitness, it’s safe to say that we’d all love to meet our goals without shelling out an exorbitant sum. While the thought of hiring a personal trainer sounds great, it’s the hefty price tag that forces us to take a few steps back.

What if you could hire an affordable personal trainer? Sounds too good to be true, right?

Our state-of-the-art Qutek Body Composition Scale is the innovative product-cum-personal-trainer that’s got everyone talking! The $89 device allows you to track your health in real-time and evaluate key metrics, including:

  • Weight
  • Body Fat
  • Visceral Fat
  • Fat-Free Body Weight
  • BMI
  • BMR
  • Bone Mass
  • Subcutaneous Fat
  • Water Content
  • Skeletal Muscle
  • Muscle Mass
  • Metabolic Age
  • Protein Content

As you track and assess these health index statistics, you can customize your meal plans and workout plans accordingly.

The cutting-edge device gives you the information you need to achieve your health goals and maintain your progress. You can also use the nutrition tracking feature to set a weight goal and take measures to manage your daily calorie budget accordingly.

More than just a measurement scale, STEPS is your very own personal trainer. Powered by dual BIA technology, it synchronizes each statistic with a smart fitness app to help you track your fitness history. Not only will you get a comprehensive overview of weight gained and lost, but you’ll also manage to view each variation in detail.

Additional Steps You Should Take for Your Health

Getting acquainted with your new personal trainer? Make sure you take additional measures to keep your health on track. While STEPS allows you to track and evaluate your progress, sticking to the game plan is ultimately in your hands.

One of the best ways to prioritize your health is to calculate your caloric intake and output. If the former exceeds the latter, the excess calories are being deposited as fat in your body, resulting in an increase in body weight. If you want to maintain your weight, make sure these two values are balanced. If you’re looking to lose weight, your caloric output should be greater than your caloric input.

You can create a negative energy balance by adjusting your workout plan and tweaking your diet. STEPS will help you track your progress, evaluate key metrics, and feel motivated to keep going! It works with apps like Google Fit, Fitbit, and Apple Health so you can stay on track.

As you obtain a more holistic view of your body composition, you’ll manage to meet your current fitness goals, set new goals, and maintain your health in the long run!