Health & Fitness Calculators
How long will you live?
Find out with our health and fitness calculators! A 2003 scientific research study on Obesity in Adulthood and Its Consequences for Life Expectancy: A Life-Table Analysis found large decreases in life expectancy were associated with overweight and obesity.
Forty-year-old female nonsmokers lost 3.3 years of life expectancy because of being overweight. While 40-year-old female nonsmokers lost 7.1 years because of obesity. Obese female smokers lost 13.3 years of life expectancy compared with normal-weight smokers.
Forty-year-old male nonsmokers lost 3.1 years of life expectancy because of overweight. While 40-year-old male nonsmokers lost 5.8 years because of obesity, obese male smokers lost 13.7 years compared with normal-weight nonsmokers.
Ideal body weight at ages 30 to 49 years predicted mortality after ages 50 to 69 years, even after a person reached or approached perfect body weight at age 50 to 69 years.
The key to a healthy and long life is three things: bodyweight, visceral fat, and metabolism. Scientific research shows that these three indicators determine how long you live. Most people think you have to workout day and night while eating foods you hate to be healthy and fit. This is not true. A few key steps can change your life for the better. You can do better when you know better because knowledge is power.
Follow these steps to start or restart your health and fitness journey:
- Ideal Weight Calculator can help you discover your ideal body weight
- BMR Calculator can help you calculate (Metabolism)
- Fitness Plan Calculator lets you know how long it takes to reach your goal
- Reading articles on how to improve your health and fitness
- Adopt one fitness goal (i.e., walk 30 minutes) and one diet goal (i.e., drink eight glasses of water)
Step 6: Try new health and fitness goals every six weeks
If your health and fitness are essential to you, click on the ideal weight calculator now and start or restart your health and fitness journey.
Health and Fitness Calculators
Health and Fitness Calculators
Would it be useful to have an online fitness calculator that tells you how many calories you should eat each day to lose weight or build muscle? Add a few personal details like gender, age, height, weight, etc. Then, the calculator will provide the number of calories you need!
How Should You Use This Information?
We often hear about how many calories we should consume if we want to have an ideal body weight, but few people understand the connection between calories and body weight. Your body burns calories as the fuel that provides the energy we need to live, breathe, and exercise. Sadly, if you eat too many calories, they are converted to and stored as fat. If you’re an athlete or an active person who wants to gain size and muscle, you will not make those gains if you eat too few calories.
How Fitness Calculators Can Help You Lose Weight
A calorie calculator can help you determine the number of calories you should eat each day to promote weight loss. Once you know the number of calories required to maintain your current weight, a little math (or another calculator) can help you determine the calorie deficit you need daily to lose weight. The number of calories required to maintain your current weight minus your recommended calorie deficit equals the number of calories you should eat to lose weight.
Daily Calories – Calorie Deficit = Recommended Daily Calories for Weight Loss
Understanding and counting calories takes the guesswork out of weight loss. Take advantage of the calorie calculator, enter your height, weight, gender, age, etc., and hit submit to pinpoint how many calories you require to maintain your current weight. For example, if your goal is to lose a pound a week, your daily calorie deficit should be 500 calories each day. Subtract 500 from the daily calorie total to find the number of calories recommended for weight loss!
How Fitness Calculators Can Help You Build Muscle
If you want muscles like a bodybuilder or athlete, you need to train and eat like one. If your goal is to “bulk up” or gain muscle mass and weight, you must eat MORE calories than burn. To gain one pound a week, you need to eat 500 extra calories each day beyond what you burn to maintain your body weight. Use the calorie calculator to determine the number of calories you require to keep your current weight, then add 500 additional calories each day. Most of those extra calories should come from lean proteins rather than fats or carbohydrates for best results and lean muscle.