This is a list of all Fitness related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Determines the number of burned calories during a workout on the elliptical, based on your weight and exercise intensity.
Estimates the VO2 max aerobic capacity through the four most common methods from resting heart rate to activity tests.
Evaluates overall shape and level of muscularity, also known as Adonis Index.
Checks whether your plan to lose weight is safe and achievable and estimates when you’ll have lost the extra weight.
Measures healthy weight in a more accurate way than the BMI based on the ratio of the two body measurements.
Estimates body fat index and classifies the body status from underweight to obese, based on the ratio of height and waist measurements.
Estimates the volume of water in the body by two gender specific formulas for adults and one for children.
Offers an indication of a person’s weight relative to their height, as measure of body adiposity, similar to BMI.
Determines the muscle mass index for bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts by considering the body fat, weight and height.
Determines how much energy the body needs to sustain its normal function based on Harris-Benedict equation.
Estimates the 5 training zones that are recommended for weight loss and other fitness purposes.
Determines ideal body weight based on height and gender.
Estimates your healthy weight based on your age, gender and height, by 5 formulas and recommended BMI.
Determines the resting metabolic rate which is the number of calories the body requires at rest to maintain its normal functions.
Determines the body mass index and the ideal weight based on 5 different formulas to help you understand your status.
Determines the fat percentage, lean body weight, BMI and BMR so you can keep a healthy weight.
Determines the waist-hip ratio based on the two circumferences, which is an indicator that correlates with health risk and fertility.
Determines the maximum heart rate by 6 formulas to offer information on cardiac fitness.
Estimates body surface area based on age, gender, height and weight by 5 different formulas.
Determines the daily calories that are burned as a result of basal metabolic processes during 24 hours.
Determines the daily calories and grams of proteins, carbs and fats necessary to remain in ketosis, so you can refine your weight goals in the keto diet.
Determines Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) based on your personal characteristics, level of activity and five different formulas, including revised Harris-Benedict.
Estimates the one rep maximum (1RM) for weight training in a single repetition.
Evaluates the strength of a powerlifter in Wilks points to facilitate comparison between athletes based on body and lifted weight.
Determines your daily calorie and macro goals depending on your characteristics, activity level and weight loss, maintenance or gain targets.