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ACE Fit offers a number of free tools and calculators to help you determine everything from your body mass index (BMI) to your target heart rate zone, your blood pressure, body fat composition, daily caloric needs and more. Each of those tools will help you find an exercise program that fits your individual needs and goals, whether that be losing weight or increasing your strength with weight training.
Enter your body weight and height to determine if you’re underweight, normal weight, overweight or obese.
Calculate body composition using the skinfold method by entering your measurements and leave the math to us.
Learn to properly measure blood pressure using a sphygmomanometer and stethoscope, and how you can monitor it in between visits to your doctor.
Knowing how many calories your body needs each day can be helpful in managing your weight or while you’re training for an event.
The risk assessment tool below uses information from the Framingham Heart Study to predict a person’s chance of having a heart attack in the next 10 years.
Calculate how many calories burned during physical activity by taking into account frequency, intensity and duration of the workout.
Establishing your appropriate heart rate zone will help you identify the proper intensity for your workout, and ensure you’re not risking injury.
Aside from good form and technique, the key to proper weight training is lifting an amount that effectively stimulates the muscles while avoiding injury.
A high waist circumference and too much abdominal fat puts you at high risk for type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease.
Major depression is different than “the blues”. The exact cause is unknown, but it is most likely caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
Find out if you have an increased risk for injury during exercise or if you could benefit from further screening from your doctor before starting an exercise program.
Check out our 12-week fitness plan designed to boost your strength, endurance, muscle definition, energy level and overall health.
Flatten your stomach and build strength in the muscles that provide stability and mobility for the spine, pelvis, ribs and hips.
Focus on pulling, rotating and building strength with workouts created alongside Olympic Gold Medalist Dominique Dawes.
This workout provides a challenging total-body workout that can be done from the comfort of home with no equipment other than bodyweight and space.