When it comes to body composition, one thing everyone has to worry about is calories. Whether your goal is weight loss, weight gain, packing on some muscle, or just trying to get toned – you need to know how many calories are required to achieve your goal.
Surprisingly, most people don’t take much interest in the mathematics of metabolism and weight loss. Your calorie needs, and expenditures, are driven by numbers and calculations but most people tend to estimate.
If you’re struggling to make progress, your calorie estimate may be a little off. To help achieve your body composition goal, use the calculators below to get a more accurate estimate of how many calories you should be eating each day.
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Everyone’s metabolism, and daily caloric needs, are going to be a little different. Here are some of the variables that makes your metabolism unique:
– Body Composition (lean mass vs body fat)
– Medical Conditions
The Basal Metabolic Rate calculator gives you the minimum number of calories you would need to live. This is just for calculating basic body functions, and doesn’t take into account any exercise or other physical activity. This is the bare minimum calories you need to not die and stuff.
The Total Daily Energy Expenditure calculator helps you establish your calorie needs for basic body function and any exercise or daily physical activity. This is your real world calorie estimate of how many calories you need based on how active you are.
Weight Loss Calculator
Use this handy calculator to see how many calories you would have to reduce each day, and week, to reach your weight loss goal. It helps project caloric needs several weeks and months from now.
Weight Gain Calculator
Trying to bulk up a little, and add some muscle? Use this calculator to determine how many calories and how much protein you should be eating each day to build muscle mass.
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