BMI or Body Mass Index – Calculating Body Mass Index is useful for determining the amount of body fat that you may have.
BMR or Basal Metabolic Rate – Your BMR is the rate at which your body burns calories while at rest to keep vital functions going, such as breathing and keeping warm. (Also known as RMR or Resting Metabolic Rate)
Body Fat Percentage – Get an estimate of your percentage of BODY FAT using the Durnin/Womersley 4-Site Skinfold Body Fat test.
Calories Burned Calculator – Estimate the calories you’ve burned running, walking, biking or swimming.
Lean Body Mass – Calculate the total weight of your bones, muscles, organs and blood — everything except the fat.
MHR or Maximum Heart Rate – Learning your maximum heart rate can help you exercise safely, without damaging your heart.
Push-Up Test – This test provides an immediate assessment of how your push-up ability ranks among others of your age and gender.
Waist to Hip Ratio – Use this measurement as an indicator of your risk for Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
VO2 Max – Use this as a measure of your cardiovascular fitness and aerobic endurance.
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