The tools on this page are designed to be used in order and can give the user a good idea of:
1 - How many calories are burnt when running,
2 - What their body composition is (Body Mass Index - BMI),
3 - What their current body fat % is,
4 - How many calories should be consumed each day in order to maintain, lose or gain weight,
5 - The ability to convert Calories to Kilojoules and vice-versa so those that prefer one method or another can easily convert.
To gain the most benefit from these tools, users should visit this page regularly and record their results.
And as with any generic tools, those on this page should be used as a guide only and professional medical advice sought to determine exact medical and nutritional needs as individuals can vary greatly.
No responsibility is taken nor implied as to the accuracy of the tools on this page.
Tools & Calculators:
Body Fat %Body Fat percentage calculator:
1 - Waist Circumference (measured at the level of your belly button).
2 - Bodyweight (kg). For consistency, measure naked, first thing in the morning after going to the toilet.
3 - Age.
4 - Wrist Circumference (measured at the widest point).
5 - Hip Circumference (measured at the widest point).
6 - Forearm Circumference (measured at the widest point which is usually just below elbow).
Kcal to Kj converter
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