Calculators

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Calculate Calories Burned

If this is your first visit, please see important notes underneath the fill-in form. Bottom line is that this is just a rough estimate! I recommend putting in 35 for VO2 max if you don’t know it. Leaving VO2 max blank gives a high estimate! Age: Weight: Pounds Kilos Gender: Male or   Female Average …

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Pace Calculators

Here are some useful pace calculators to help plan your race pace: If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment!

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Calorie Needs Calculator

This nifty Calculator gives a good estimate for how many calories you should consume each day for either weight loss or maintenance. This tool is used with permission from Free Dieting Weight Loss Guide. I especially love the Zig Zag feature of this calculator… DAILY CALORIC INTAKE CALCULATOR Age:  Years Gender:  MaleFemale Weight:  PoundsKilos Height:  …

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3 comments

  1. Sophie

    Thanks so much for your calories burned calculator. I do a lot of indoor training, so the 305 doesn’t compute my calories burned very well. This is a great way to work it out. Cheers!

  2. Heather

    Also wanted to thank you for the calculator. I have a Garmin Forerunner 110, which is great for running but can’t be used for swimming. As an ex-competitive swimmer, the extremely high calories burned rates on other sites seemed ridiculously off. Your calculator, with my stats, is within 10-20 calories of my Garmin’s calorie calculations (I checked), which gives me great confidence in using it for my swimming calorie expenditures…and the numbers I get from your calculator are far more reasonable than other calculators. Thank you for a great little tool!

  3. Susi

    Hey, I just wanted to let you know I love your calculators. Especially the calories burned–as long as I put in the proper VO2max, it gives me about the same number as my heart rate monitor–it’s great if I forget the watch for my HRM at home, or take a guess at my HR based on my activity (which after all of these years is disturbingly accurate).

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