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The more you know about fitness, the faster you can reach your personal fitness goals. But to truly understand your results, you must have the right tools – and the correct data – to measure them. We have a variety of calculators for you to be able to use to help you accomplish your goals and stay knowledgeable about your overall health and fitness. Our free health tools include a Target Heart Rate Calculator, Body Mass Index “BMI” Calculator, Body Fat Calculator, Daily Food Intake Calorie Calculator, LDL Cholesterol Calculator, & Heart Disease Risk Calculator.
Calculate your heart rate for a safe and effective workout. Monitoring your heart rate can help you get the most out of your workout. If you workout out too hard, you may injure yourself or burn out. If you’re not working out hard enough, you may not see the results you are hoping for. Unless you’re exercising at the right pace, you may not be getting the full health benefits a cardiovascular workout can offer such as more stamina and stronger bones. Find out now if you’re exercising at your optimal level?
BMI is a measurement of body fat based on height and weight. BMI can be used to indicate if are underweight, normal, overweight or obese. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body mass for most people and can used to screen for health problems associated with unhealthy weight counts based on your specific measurements. Do you know your BMI?
Calculate your body fat percentage. Your body fat percentage is simply the percentage of fat your body contains. Are you in the healthy range? A certain amount of body fat is necessary to carry out bodily functions. Find out now if your body fat is in a healthy range.
Do you know how many calories you should be eating to maintain, lose, or gain weight? Learn how foods you eat affect how you feel.
Do you know that a high level of LDL “low density lipoprotein’ cholesterol, the “BAD” cholesterol can increase the chance of developing heart disease and having a heart attack? Find out right here what your LDL level should be.
Find out now your risk of having heart disease or having a heart attack.