Musculoskeletal Atlas of the human body offering anatomical terminology
for muscles, bones, joints and nerves.
by the USDA, this database will allow you to search for the nutrient
profile of more than 6000 food items.
this interactive tool to explore the flow of blood, cardiac cycle,
conduction system, chambers and valves of the heart.
Your Risk of Heart Attack
your risk for developing heart disease or having a heart attack
and find out what your cholesterol goal should be.
Your Real (Health) Age
Real (Health) Age is the biological age of your body, based on how
well you've maintained it through various measurements and lifestyle
behaviours. This tool will also allow you to calculate your life
Calculators & Testing
Push Up Test
& Reach Test
Length Calculator (Female)
Length Calculator (Male)
Rep Max (1RM) Estimation
1.5 Mile Run
Composition, Target Weight & Ratio
Adult Body Composition I (Advanced
Body Composition II (General Measurement)
Your BMI (Body Mass Index)
Body Mass Index is a poor measurement and a controversially inaccurate
indicator to assess health. An
ideal BMI (which the measurement considers to be healthy) is between
20.5 and 21.5. However,
it makes absolutely no distinction between body weight from muscle
and body weight from fat which labels a broad segment of the athletic
and similar healthy populations as overweight and obese. It is limited
in its ability to predict deaths caused by heart attacks or strokes
(yet it's still used by Physicians). High BMIs (35 and over) are
linked to increased risk of cardiovascular events but not to increased
mortality overall. BMIs less than 20 are linked to increased risk
of cardiovascular events AND to total mortality.
your BMR (Baso-Metabolic Rate)
BMR, or basal metabolic rate (metabolism), is the energy (measured
in calories) expended by the body at rest to maintain normal bodily
functions. This continual work makes up about 60-70% of the calories
we use and includes the beating of our heart, respiration, and the
maintenance of body temperature.
Your Target Heart Rate
get the maximum benefit from exercise, it is best to work at a pre-determined
target heart rate. Try these two calculators to get the best range
for your heart rate during your training.
Burned in Various Activities
Calories burned through
burned through work activities
Calories burned while walking
I (UNDER 200 pounds)
burned while walking II (OVER
Calories burned while jogging
burned with various sports
burned with various activities
burned at the gym
estimates on blood alcohol level according the quantity and type
Body Weight and Mass
use of ideal body weight and mass calculators may serve as rough
guidelines to assess your body-type. However, they may be extremely
inaccurate to those who are athletic, engage in weight training
programs, or are simply genetically predisposed to larger (or much
smaller) body-types. For this reason it is advisable to use a 10-20%
range above and below your result. Both Male and Female calculators are available. Men may also prefer a more experimental
method of assessing body measurements by trying a calculator based
on wrist circumference called Ideal
Time of Conception
may assess your estimated time of conception and due date by indicating
your last menstral period, average length of cycles, and average
luteal phase length.
your Time, Distance or Pace by establishing two values to obtain
the third. This calculator may be beneficial for those who train
and measure distance by mile, km or on a 400m track.
or calculate weight, volume or temperature units.