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Use these body fat calculators to determine the percentage of body fat you’re carrying around. For determining your body fat percentage, input the variables below and you’ll get a body fat index based on average values.
Note: information marked with an asterisk ( * ) is necessary for women only.
Your body fat percentage:
Note: These calculations are based on average.
To determine body mass index, input your height and weight into the body mass index calculator below.BMI is an easy-to-use calculation designed to assess your relative fitness but it is NOT a calculation of body fat percentage.
Your body mass index:
Note: These calculations are based on averages. A BMI of 20-25 is considered good; a higher or lower BMI may increase health risks.
Use our calorie intake calculator to determine your daily calorie need based on your height, weight, age and activity level.In addition to determining the calories needed to maintain weight, use this as a calorie burner calculator and figure out how many calories you need to burn in order to drop pounds.Then use the nutritional needs calculator and figure out how to break those calories into carbs, proteins and fat.
To maintain your current weight you'll need calories per day.
Go to our Nutritional needs calculator to break down the type of calories you need.
Note: These calculations are based on averages and provided by Welltech Solutions. Calculators are appropriate for healthy, non-pregnant adults 19 and older. Athletes may require a higher caloric intake to maintain their current weight.
If you've ever wondered, "What is the ideal weight for my height?" this calculator is for you. Find out the ideal weight for your height and use your ideal weight calculation to develop a fitness plan that's right for you.
The ideal weight for a person your height would be between and pounds.
You must enter a height between 4 ft 10 in and 6 ft 4 in.
Note: Calculators are appropriate for healthy, non-pregnant adults 19 and older. These calculations are based on the standard BMI equation and provided by Welltech Solutions.
Note: These calculations are based on National Institutes of Health/Institute of Medicine Healthy Macronutrient Distribution and provided by Welltech Solutions. Calculators are appropriate for healthy, non-pregnant adults 19 and older.
Use this runner's pace calculator to determine your 5k pace – or your pace mile for a given distance. Simply enter any two variables – pace, time or distance – into our pace per mile calculator below.
Ever ask yourself, "how do I find my target heart rate?" Finding your target heart rate is easy with our target heart rate calculator. Target heart rate calculation can be determined for any age and activity level, enabling you to use a heart rate monitor and get the most benefit from your workouts.
Level of exercise
% of maximum heart rate
Target heart rate at this level: beats per minute.Recommended target range: to beats per minute.
Note: These calculations are based on averages. It is recommended that you exercise within 55 to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate for at least 20 to 30 minutes to get the best results from aerobic exercise.