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Healthy Weight Tools

We've provided below a number of calculation tools that will give you an indication if you are within a healthy weight range.

Body Fat Percentage

We recommend the best way to determine your ideal weight is by making use of our body fat analysis assessments with one of our qualified fitness trainers.  Or if you already know then you can refer to the body fat percentage chart below to calculate your current rating.

Body Fat Percentage Rating for Female

Body Fat Percentage Rating for Male

By monitoring the changes of your lean body weight it will provide you with a better indication of whether you are replacing fat with muscle.  When your body consists of leaner muscle tissue it increases your metabolism and your body’s ability to lose body fat fast.

We recommend an ideal program to be a combination of adequate exercise and diet.  Diet alone is not enough to gain lean muscle tissue – you need to incorporate resistance training exercises. 

Height/Weight Charts

We are all unique and no ideal body weight exists, it is only the perception of society that has distorted our beliefs as to what is a healthy body image. 

Health/Weight Charts

Scale Weights

We do not recommend the use of scale weights as this can sometimes be misleading due to the fact that body composition is different for each individual; frame size; muscle construction and a number of factors that can contribute to weight fluctuation.  For these reasons it does not give you a true indication of your body fat percentage to indicate fat loss has been achieved. 

BMI calculator

Body Mass Index (BMI) is determined by your weight in kilograms (kg) divided by your height in centimetres (cm).  It is designed for both men and women over the age of 18. 

You should note in some instances using BMI may not be very accurate for pregnant women, people less than 5 feet tall, and people who have a lot of muscle mass. 

BMI is a guideline to help you decide your target weight.  If you feel you need more help please feel free to contact one of our team members or you can talk to your doctor or other health professional.

Height (in centimetres)
Weight (in kilograms)
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