Thursday, March 7, 2013

Personal Trainer calculators.


  • 1-Rep Max – accurately predicts 1RM safely and effectively for any exercise
  • Multi-Repetition – accurately predicts the appropriate weight for a given number of repetitions based on 1RM
  • Percentage of Max Effort – estimates how hard a set of resistance training will be relative to max effort; great for programming progressions
  • Daily Caloric Need – - The Daily Caloric Need calculator takes into account all relevant information including RMR, thermic effect of food and physical activity status to reliably predict your daily caloric expenditure.
  • Daily Energy Nutrient Intake – provides you with evidence-based nutrition recommendations for carbohydrate, protein, and fat in grams and calories per day based on physical activity level and cardiovascular risk
  • Caloric Expenditure – quickly determines calories expended from physical activity based on human research
  • Target Body Weight – accurately assesses weight loss adjustments based on current and goal body fat
  • Resting Metabolic Rate (Harris-Benedict) – estimates the number of calories expended per day based on gender, age, height, and weight
  • Resting Metabolic Rate (Lean Mass) – estimates the number of calories expended per day based on lean mass
  • Body Fat – rapidly provides body fat percentage from 3 site assessments
  • Body Mass Index (BMI) – identifies predicted risk for disease and compares with healthy values
  • Target Heart Rate – quickly identifies ideal heart rate training zones for effective aerobic training
  • Max HR Calculators – Determining Heart Rate Max is necessary to accurately identify an exerciser’s relative training zones for improved cardiorespiratory fitness or for competitive event preparation.
  • VO2max - Volume of Oxygen – Easily calculate your VO2max using the Astrand treadmill protocol, 1.5 mile run test or one-mile walk test and compare your aerobic capacity to the population norms.

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