Fitness calculators

  • This bench press calculator helps you find your one rep maximum for any lifting movement, such as your squat max, deadlift max or shoulder press max.
  • Biking Life Gain
  • BMI (body mass index) - BMI calculator compares your weight with your height and gives you an estimation of how healthy your weight is. Find out how to calculate this metric as well as what normal BMI ranges are.
  • BMR - Harris-Benedict equation - Harris-Benedict calculator uses one of the three most popular BMR formulas. Knowing your BMR (basal metabolic weight), may help you make important decisions about your diet and lifestyle.
  • BMR - Katch-McArdle equation - The Katch-McArdle calculator uses is one of the formulas used to identify BMR (basal metabolic rate). If you're interested in keeping a healthy weight, this calculator may shed light on how.
  • BMR calculator
  • Cycling breakaway
  • Hiking - allows you to calculate the amount of calories burned while hiking
  • Ideal weight calculator shows the ideal weight of a person of a certain height and sex.
  • With the lean body mass calculator you can discover how much you would weigh without body fat. This figure is useful for a number of purposes, such as tracking your muscular gains at the gym.
  • Heart rate training keeps you in "the zone". Use the max heart rate calculator to know what your average heart rate should be during a training session.
  • Pace - Use the pace calculator to find out how much time you would need to cover a particular distance. Use it for any distance sports, from running to swimming.
  • The target heart rate calculator shows you what is the suggested heart rate while exercising.
  • Tennis balls - lets you calculate how many tennis balls are used during a professional tennis tournament.