Our health tools are sure to keep your body in check and on the right path to a healthier you!
On this page you will be able to instantly check your Body Mass Index (BMI) and you will be able to check the heart range you should stay within to effectively lose weight. You will also be able to check the healthy weight you should be at, plus you'll be able to check your body fat percentage.
Please remember that the results below are not exact. They are to give you an idea of where you're at. Only a medical professional can give you your exact numbers.
It is also recommended that you consult with your physician before entering any diet or exercise routine.
BMI is an estimation of a person's healthy weight based on their height. This tool is a good first start to see if you should be concerned with your current weight. Remember that this doesn't take into account your body fat percentage.
18.5 - 25 : Normal
25 - 30 : Overweight
> 30 : Obese
With our healthy heart range calculator you can find your ideal heart rate range to stay between while exercising. This is the range you want to stay between to effectively lose weight and maintain good heart health. You will also see your max heart rate. The result is given in beats per minute (BPM).
To calculate your normal beats per minute, check your pulse by your neck or wrist for 10 seconds and multiply that number by 6. For most accurate rate, check first thing in the morning.
Use our healthy weight tool to find your maximum weight based on your height and frame size. If your current weight is above or far below the maximum healthy weight shown, consult your doctor to find a proper diet and exercise routine that's right for you to get to where you should be.
Determining your frame size:
Place your thumb and middle finger around your wrist.
Small - Your fingers overlap
Medium - Your fingers just touch
Large - Your fingers don't touch
Find out if you're carrying around the proper percentage of body fat. Fat is essential in the body to help regulate temperature, cushion your organs and act as an energy reserve if needed.
|Recommended Amount||8 - 14 %||20 - 25%|
|Overweight||15 - 24 %||26 - 29 %|
|Obese||> 25 %||> 30 %|
The results from this tool are meant as a guideline. If you feel your body fat percentage is too high or too low, consult your physician to find out what you can do to get in the recommended zone.