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Using These Fitness Calculators
Begin by using the Body Mass Index (BMI) calculator to determine whether or not your current weight is within a healthy range. Use the Healthy Weight Range calculator to determine a healthy weight for your body.
If you need to lose or gain weight, use the Calorie Calculator to determine how many calories you should be consuming every day.
To lose weight, you either need to eat fewer calories every day, or increase your level of physical activity. Use the Exercise calculator to see how many calories are consumed by your current exercise program.
Use the Target Heart Rate calculators to make sure you're exercising at a proper intensity level to achieve optimal health benefits for your heart and to achieve maximum weight loss benefits.
|Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator|
Is your current weight within a healthy range?
Body Mass Index (BMI) calculations are intended for average men and women. They may not apply to muscular individuals.
If your current BMI result is in the overweight or obese categories, you may want to consider talking with a Personal Trainer about developing a fitness program aimed at increasing your calorie-burning muscle mass, while decreasing your body’s fat level. Your Personal Trainer can also offer nutrition suggestions that can improve your body’s metabolism and help you achieve lasting weight loss.
|Healthy Weight Range Calculator|
Determine your healthy weight range
These healthy weight range calculations are intended for average people. The calculations do not apply to athletic or muscular individuals. These calculations are intended as a general guideline and do not replace the advice of your personal physician.
Health Weight Range Calculator
How many calories do you need each day to achieve your goal?
Whether your goal is to lose weight, gain weight or maintain your current weight, this calculator will determine the amount of calories you need to consume every day to reach your goal.
It is considered unsafe for men to consume fewer than 1,500 calories per day and for women to consume fewer than 1,200 calories per day. Adjust your goal to ensure your daily calories are above these limits.
Consult your physician before beginning a calorie restricted diet.
Determine the number of calories burned by type of physical activity
To lose weight, you either need to eat less, or exercise more. This calculator will help you determine the number of calories burned by various types of exercise and physical activity. By including exercise in your daily routine, you can lose weight without having to drastically reduce your daily caloric intake.
|Target Heart Rate Calculator|
Determine your ideal level of cardiovascular training
Your target heart range is 50 to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate. If you're just beginning a cardiovascular exercise program, aim for the low range of your target zone (50%) during the first few weeks. Gradually build up to the higher end of your target heart rate zone (75%). After six months or more of regular exercise, you may be able to exercise comfortably at up to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate.
Target Heart Rate Calculator
Please note: All material on this web site is provided for educational and informational purposes only and should never take the place of the advice and treatment of your own physician or other qualified medical professional. Always tell your physician and other qualified healthcare providers about the dietary supplements you are taking and exercises you are doing. Visitors to this site should consult their physician about the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to their symptoms or medical conditions. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, contact your physician immediately.
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