Body Tracker is remarkably easy to use, even if you have no prior experience using a body fat calculator. All you need is a tape measure, fat caliper, or body fat scale, and Body Tracker will show you exactly how to take your measurements, just plug them into our calculator, and Body Tracker will do all the calculations for you - and save your results.
Body Tracker gives you a choice of seven calculators to calculate your body fat percentage. 7-site Jackson/Pollock body fat calculator
4-site Jackson/Pollock body fat calculator
3-site Jackson/Pollock body fat calculator
9-site Parillo fat body fat calculator
4-site Durnim/Womersley body fat calculator
Tape measure body fat calculator (developed by Naval Health Research Center)
Body fat scale or body fat calculator analyzer
Body Tracker provides a detailed diagram and video showing exactly how to use the calculators with a fat caliper or tape measure. Just click on the camera or video icon, and you will see a diagram or video showing the exact locations to measure with your body fat caliper. If you're using a tape measure, Body Tracker explains how to take those measurements. Even if you've never done it before, Body Tracker will explain how to accurately and easily use the calculators.
Compare your measurements to your last calculator measurements. Body Tracker displays your last recorded calculator measurements so you can quickly and easily see how your calculator measurements compare.
Knowing your body fat percentage is critical when trying to improve your body composition. For example, if you have 50 pounds in fat and 150 pounds in lean body weight, then your total body weight is 200 pounds. If you lose 2 pounds in fat and gain 3 pounds in muscle, now you weigh 201 pounds. By using a regular scale, you might think you gained fat. But with Body Tracker calculator you will know you lost fat and gained muscle. Tracking body fat is the best way to improve your body composition.
Body Calculator Results After entering your calculator measurements, Body Tracker's calculator will determine your body fat percentage, how many pounds/kilograms of your body is fat, how many pounds/kilograms of your body is lean body weight, and how many pounds/kilograms of fat you need to lose to reach your desired body fat percentage. In addition, Body Tracker composition screen has a body fat percentage chart to help you determine what your body fat percentage means to you.
Use the body mass index (BMI) calculator and basal metabolic rate (BMR) calculator.
What is BMI Calculator? Enter your height and weight, and Body Tracker's BMI calculator will calculate your body mass index (BMI). Use the BMI calculator chart to determine if you are underweight, normal, overweight, or obese.
BMI only takes a person's height and weight into consideration, but not body fat percentage. Two people with the same height and weight will have the same BMI, even though one of them might have a much higher body fat percentage. BMI is only one measure of a person's overall health.
What is BMR Calculator? Enter your height, weight, and age, and Body Tracker's BMR calculator will calculate your basal metabolic rate (BMR) based on the Harris-Benedict calculator. Your BMR is the number of calories your body burns per day at rest. Select an activity level and Body Tracker's calculator will calculate how many calories your body burns per day based on your activity
Picture Slide Show Seeing pictures of yourself as you are losing body fat is the best way to measure your progress. With Body Tracker's Picture Slideshow, you can view your pictures along with your corresponding body composition and tape measurements, all on one screen.
How it Works To use the picture slideshow, take a picture of yourself periodically throughout your body fat loss program. Then, use Body Tracker's body fat calculator to record your body fat percentage and body tape measurements on the same day you take your picture. Next, save your picture onto your computer and use Body Tracker to associate your body composition and body tape measurements to the picture. Finally, view a slideshow of your pictures along with your corresponding body composition and tape measurements.
Gradual change is oftentimes hard to see, but seeing pictures of your body over time gives you a better view of your progress and the motivation you need to get the body you want.
Blood Pressure Monitoring In Body Tracker, you can also keep track of your blood pressure (systolic and diastolic measurements) and your pulse rate. Use the chart to determine if your blood pressure is normal or high. In addition, you can record any notes you have regarding your measurements.
Body Tracker allows you to graph your progress for body fat percentage, tape measurements, and BMI. Body Tracker can display six different types of graphs, and you can customize the graphs to show only the measurements you want to see. In addition, all graphs can be printed.
*Please Note Software Only Works On PC