BMI Calculator

Knowing BMI can help adult men and women understand their overall health. Use the BMI calculator below to determine your body mass index by inputting your height and weight. The BMI calculator uses the following BMI formula: Weight (lb) / (Height (in))² x 703.

    Your body mass index:

    Note: Results of the BMI calculator are based on averages. Keep in mind that the BMI calculator may over-estimate body fat in those with a muscular build. A BMI calculator is designed to assess your relative fitness but it is NOT a calculation of body fat percentage.

    Understanding Your Body Mass Index

    If your BMI is below 18.5: Your BMI is considered underweight. Keep in mind that an underweight BMI calculation may pose certain health risks. Please consult with your healthcare provider for more information about BMI calculations.

    If your BMI is between 18.5-24.9: Your BMI is considered normal. This healthy weight helps reduce your risk of serious health conditions and means you’re close to your fitness goals.

    If your BMI is between 25-29.9: Your BMI is considered overweight. Being overweight may increase your risk of cardiovascular disease. Consult with your healthcare provider and consider making lifestyle changes through healthy eating and fitness to improve your health.

    If your BMI is above 30: Your BMI is considered obese. People with obesity are at increased risk for many diseases and health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure (Hypertension), Type 2 diabetes, breathing problems and more. Consult with your healthcare provider and consider making lifestyle changes through healthy eating and fitness to improve your overall health and quality of life.

    Got Your Calculated Body Mass Index?

    Now that you know your body mass index you are one step closer to mastering your overall health. Find out how to understand your BMI and what workouts can help you reach your goal.

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