Running Calculators

Get all the data points you need using these calculators. From dietary calculators to ideal body weight, you can totally geek out over the numbers.

How to Use Running Calculators

These calculators are broken down into different sections for ease of use. They are Body Weight, Consumption, and Activity Calculators. Use a calculator to get the data points for a healthier life.

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Body Weight Running Calculators

These calculators are for body weight, body fat, body mass, etc. They are designed to give a weight goal to shoot for.

Body Fat Running Calculator

The body fat calculator estimates your body fat percentage. Choose one of five methods to calculate your body fat percentage.

Body Mass Index Calculator (BMI)

The body mass index calculator is an ideal amount of body fat based on weight and height. You enter your info to calculate your BMI and classification.

How to use the BMI Calculator Data

Here are a few easy-to-understand action steps for you to follow for healthier outcomes.

Maintain a Healthy Weight

Maintaining a healthy weight is important for your heart health. Learn more about overweight and obesity.

Boost Physical Activity

Physical activity, exercise, and moving more can lower your risk for heart disease.

Eat a Healthy Diet

Eating a healthy diet is the key to heart disease prevention.

Know your health data

Knowing and tracking your heart health stats, BMI, and others can help you meet your heart-health goals and stay happy and healthy.

Body Shape Running Calculator

Use the body shape calculator to find what body type you are. Find your body shape using the calculator.

Ideal Body Weight Running Calculator

The ideal body weight calculator is your “healthy weight” based on gender and height. This value is the best possible weight for height that corresponds to activity level and diet.

Calorie Density Calculator

Calorie density is the ratio of calories relative to its weight. Find food density by entering calories per serving and serving size into the calorie density calculator.

Tips for eating calorie dense

Only eat when you’re hungry. Many people eat when they’re bored, not when they’re hungry. So, if you only eat when you’re hungry, you can prevent overeating.

Don’t drink your calories. Sugary drinks, alcohol, and milkshakes have a lot of calories. Drinks don’t fill you up. If you can drink more water that can help with the full feeling.

Be aware of oils. Olive oil and vegetable oils are the most calorically dense food. Avoid fried foods and oils in your salads. This can help to keep meals lower in calories.

Fill up on low-calorie dense foods. 50% or more of your plate should consist of whole grains, veggies, beans, and fruit. This will keep you full.

Consumption Running Calculators

The consumption running calculators are designed to help you find the ideal diet. After using these calculators you’ll have a much better handle on what a healthy diet looks like.

Intake Running Calculators

Carb Intake Calculator

Use the carb intake calculator to find daily carb consumption. Enter your information to calculate how many carbs you should eat.

Ideal Fat Intake Calculator

Use the ideal fat intake calculator to see how much fat you should eat daily.

Ideal Water Intake Calculator

Use the water consumption calculator to find out the right amount to drink.

Calorie Intake Calculator

How many calories you should eat? Use the daily calorie intake calculator to find the right amount for you. Enter your data to calculate how many calories you should eat per day.

Keto Calculator

What does the keto calculator do? It helps you find the right macro balance for a keto diet. Enter your information to get started.

Carbs are no longer the energy source

In most diets, carbohydrates are the main energy source for the body. Not with the keto diet.

Proteins and the keto calculator

Protein is an important building block for muscle growth and maintenance. The keto calculator shows that protein is not the main source of energy.

Fats are key to keto

Fat is a vital component of cell membranes.

Weight Loss Running Calculator

Calorie deficits are what you need to know to lose weight. Find the optimal amount using the weight loss calculator.

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Calculator

Use the basal metabolic rate calculator to see how much energy your body needs to function. Enter your information to calculate your BMR.

Macronutrient Calculator

Find the right mix using the macronutrient calculator. Enter your info into the calculator to get started.

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Activity Running Calculators

Calories Burned Calculators

Use these calculators to find out which exercises and workouts give you the best burn.

Calories Burned Calculator

Use the calories burned calculator to see how many calories you’ll burn for different physical exercises and workouts.

Calories Burned Walking Calculator

Use the calories burned walking calculator to see how many calories you burn walking.

Calories Burned Running Calculator

Use the calories burned running calculator to find the calories your body burns when running.

Target Heart Rate Running Calculator

Find your optimal heart rate for each fitness zone using the target heart rate calculator. Find your fat burn, max, and cool down heart rates to optimize your running goals.

Steps to Miles Running Calculator

Did you know that it takes 2,200 steps to walk a mile? Find how far you’ve walked by entering your height and the number of steps in this steps to miles calculator.

Pace Running Calculators

Runners love the pace calculator. Calculate pace, distance, and total time for running.

Total Daily Energy Expenditure Calculator

Use the total daily energy expenditure calculator (TDEE) to find the energy your body burns daily.

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Running Calculators Tips

Follow these tips to help you look at the data appropriately.

Be Honest with the Running Calculators

Don’t fudge the numbers. Be honest with yourself and the calculators. Also, be sure to use current information so that you get true and accurate data points.

Its Just Numbers

These calculators are tools. They don’t pass any judgment. The information is just numbers. Don’t read into it. They don’t mean anything. Try not to attach a meaning or negative self-talk to a high BMI result. You’re awesome just the way you are.

Running Calculators are your friend

These calculators will help you accomplish your goals. They will give you unbiased data to use as a baseline or starting point for measuring your future success. Just like a friend, they’ll tell you honest information to begin your fitness journey. And they’ll give you honest information throughout your journey. Have fun as you start to run.