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Fitness Calculator

  • Target Heart Rate (THR)
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • Body Fat Percent (BFP)
  • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
  • Caloric Usage
  • Summary
Target Heart Rate Calculator

Maximize the benefits of cardiovascular activity when you exercise in the zone of your target heart rate (THR).

Resting Heart Rate
Age

Lower Limit

Target HR

Upper Limit

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Body Mass Index Calculator

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women.

Imperial (lbs, inches)
Metric (kg, cm)
Height
Weight

BMI

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Body Fat Calculator

Calculate your Body Fat as a percentage (lbs or kg - inches or cm).

Imperial (inches) Male
Metric (cm) Female
Hip
Height
Abdomen
Neck

Body Fat Percent

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Basal Metabolic Rate Calculator

Basal Metabolic Rate Calculation.

Imperial (lbs, inches) Male
Metric (kg, cm) Female
Height
Weight
Age

BMR

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Caloric Usage Calculator

Calculate your total energy expenditure in calories using your calculated BMR.

Sedentary
Lightly Active
Moderately Active
Very Active
Extra Active
Calculated BMR

Calories Burnt

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Health Summary

This is your calculated health summary.

Target Heart Rate:
Body Mass Index:
Body Fat:
Basal Metabolic Rate:
Calories:
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Keeping track of your progress is important, here are some fitness calculators to keep you on track. 
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Guide:
Caloric Usage;
Sedentary walking around at work and home) 
Light Active (walking approx half a mile to work or standing up at work or home) 
Moderately Active (Walking or Jogging to work Or 1 - 2 Good Gym or Fitness/Sport sessions a week)
Very Active (3 - 4 Gym sessions a week and up to 10 training sessions a week including High performance running / Fitness)
Extra Active (Professional athletes standard working out 5 hours a day 5 x a week or equal too)