Stepping on my wifi body fat scale is the first thing I do each and every single morning. Some argue against this, and they admittedly make some strong points. Nevertheless, getting on the scale each morning works for me. I guess you could say I am an information junky. The moment I wake up, I load an app that syncs with my wifi scale. As soon as I step off the scale, the data from my weigh-in has synced with the app on my phone. The data collected includes: weight, BMI, body fat percentage, lean muscle mass, and water percentage. Equally important as the scale syncing with the app is that the app syncs with my fitbit app. So, all the data ends up in one centralized place that I can download into a spreadsheet. This is extremely important for the sake of simplicity, saving a signficant amount of time. Furthermore, the data the scale provides fitbit enables fitbit to provide even more data, like VO2 max (cardio fitness score). If you have even a passing interest in your health, fitness, or manner in which you age, I strongly recommend purchasing a wifi body fat scale. I purchased mine for less than $100.
WiFi vs. Non WiFi Scale
I believe it is worth it to spend a few extra dollars on a WiFi scale rather than a Non WiFi scale because the WiFi dramatically simplifies your life. Otherwise, you would have to manually input the information into a spreadsheet to truly monitor your body developments. I’d rather we spend our precious time doing something more productive. Automate everything possible in your life to free up time.