Measure your muscle quality

Skulpt's Aim device measures muscle quality

Skulpt’s Aim is the world’s first wireless device that determines the health of your muscles. It uses electrical impedance myography (EMI) developed by Skulpt co-founder Dr Seward Rutkove of Harvard Medical School. The device, which is smaller than a smartphone, is pressed against the skin where key muscles are located (specifically the biceps, triceps, abs and thigh). The Aim sends an undetectable current through the body wherever it makes contact; its sensors can distinguish both muscle from fat, and weaker muscles from stronger ones. Algorithms then convert the data into fat percentage and muscle quality that are shown on the screen. Priced at $149, the Aim can help users improve their overall fitness.