As the first index to measure the results of your progress, MQ is designed to be intuitive. It’s a measure of your muscles’ strength and definition, using a rating scale similar to the IQ. A typical person’s muscles have MQ of about 100, with higher numbers representing better fitness.
Measuring MQ along with fat percentage for individual muscle groups gives great insight into your overall fitness. It enables you to see which areas you may have been neglecting or even over-training, which muscle groups have plateaued and need a change of routine, and where most of your fat content lies. You can tell whether your weight gain is due to muscle or fat, and accurately track your muscle strength and development.
Aim uses EIM technology to send a small current directly through your muscles. It uses 12 sensors and multiple frequencies to get very accurate readings. Since current flows differently in muscles based on their composition and muscle fiber size, we’re able to evaluate the quality of your muscles.
Aim is useful for anybody interested in maintaining their fitness – regardless whether they are an enthusiast or a beginner. Fitness enthusiasts can really benefit from targeting specific muscle groups, thus coordinating their workouts in the most efficient way. For beginners, MQ is a single index that’s really the only index they need to get started and keep going. Instead of tracking steps, calories, or similar statistics, MQ gives the result of your efforts – the smart, and only, way to measure.