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Full Body Analysis calculator


This calculator integrates the results of several different calculators to provide a complete body analysis. You can quickly determine your BMI, waist-to-hip ratio, and body frame size. ideal weight and body fat RMR calories burned your target heart rate and the maximum heart rate.

Title: A title for these results of the calculator that can assist you in identifying the calculator when you print out different variants of the calculation.

American/MetricChoose US and Metric unit.

Gender: Select your gender.

Weight: Your current scale weight.

HeightYour height. You can use feet (ft) and inches (in) in the case of units that are the US as well as centimeters (cm) when units are Metric.

Age Your actual age.

The Resting Heart Rate average: Your 1-minute heart rate (RHR) is calculated as an average over 3 to five mornings. Utilize the “Resting Heart Rate Calculator’ tool to determine your RHR average, then input the resulting one-minute value here.

If that calculator isn’t accessible you can use your middle and index fingers to determine your pulse on the neck’s side or on your wrist prior to taking a shower in the morning, or after you’ve sat down and relaxed for at least five minutes. Take note of the number of heartbeats you feel for one full minute. Repeat this exercise every morning for 3 to 5 days. or days. Calculate the average and submit your results here.

Resting Heart Rate Average ): Your waist measurement at its lowest point (usually right above your stomach button).

Hip (at the widest): Your hip measurement at its largest point.

Length of the Elbow: The width of your elbow. Keep your dominant arm straight across your body and turn your elbow around 90° while pointing your fingers straight upwards. Maintain your fingers straight and keep your thumb in your direction.

From the lower side of the bent arm, use calipers to determine the distance between two bones that are prominent that are on either side of the elbow. If you don’t own calipers, you can use the opposite thumb and the index finger to locate the two bones that are prominent in the bent elbow. Find the distance between your fingers and thumb, keeping the distance in check and then securing them against the ruler or tape measure.

Activity LevelChoose an activity level that best describes your level of activity during the course of a typical day.

Health Goals: Choose an exercise goal that is closest to the ultimate objective.

Output Fields

Body Mass Index (BMI): Your approximate Body Mass Index (BMI), which represents the body’s fat content. If the BMI is lower,, the more likely you are to be. The higher the number, the more overweight you are likely to be.

BMI classification: Your BMI is a weight classification. Certain people have a greater than average lean mass. BMI numbers won’t accurately reflect these individuals.

The ratio of your hips to waist: Your waist measurement is proportional to the measurement at your hip. 100% means that your hips and waist are the same sizes. More than 100% indicates that your waist is heftier than your hips. If you are less than 100%, it indicates that your hips are more affluent than your waist.

Body shape: Shaped bodies carry greater weight on the hips. Apple-shaped bodies are heavier at the waist.

Interpretationshaped bodies tend to be less prone to heart disease than apple-shaped bodies.

Body Frame SizeYour estimated frame’s size (Small-Medium, Small, and Large).

Best Weight: Height along with Frame Size is used for determining the ideal weight range.

body fat: The estimated percentage of your body’s mass composed of fat.

Lean MassThe part of the weight you weigh that’s thin (not the fat).

Resting Metabolism (RMR): Resting Metabolism (RMR) (also called Basal Metabolism (or BMR) provides the minimum amount of calories your body needs every day in order to perform its most fundamental tasks.

Average Actual Metabolism: The average amount of calories you consume per day and/or hour.

Karvonen Target  Heart Rate (THR): Exercise at an intensity that keeps the heart rate in the range of this to most effectively meet your fitness goals.

Max Heart Rate (MHR): Based on your age This is your highest heart rate. Even during intense exercise, it is important to not let your heart rate rise over this amount.


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