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• Calculate Your One-Rep Max (1RM)

Learn how to compute your one-rep max (1RM) using these calculation methods.

• Video Article: Calculating Your One Rep Max

One rep max is the true weight you can do one time to failure. Sean Harley is here to talk about calculating your one rep max.

• A Large Selection Of Easy To Use Fitness Calculators!

Do you want to know your One Rep Max, your BMR, or possibly your target heart rate? But you have one problem, math. Bodybuilding.com has made your life a lot easier with these easy access fitness calculators.

• Choosing A Gym - A Fun Quiz To Help You Out!

Do you really know what you want in a gym? Would you rather workout at home or in the social atmosphere that befits a large chain gym. This quiz will help you get some answers that should make your decision easier to make.

• Calculate Your Recommended Water Intake!

Water is very important for many reasons. It has many health and performance benefits. Find out how much water you should be drinking with the handy calculator below!

• The Ultimate Strength Chart: Are You Strong Or Not?

Using these exercise and poundage charts, you can test your one rep maxes and finally determine if you're strong or not!

• 600 Exercises: How Many Calories Are You Burning?

How many calories are you burning? Use our calculators to find out for more than 600 exercises and activities!

• Mean Poundage Index

It didn't give much useful information other than that the total poundage lifted per workout could be calculated and compared to that of the previous one.

• What Are Your Ideal Measurements?

Based on your bone structure, what are your ideal body measurements? Find out here!

• Measuring Your Heart Rate For Fitness!

Why do you need to know your heart rate? What heart rate zone will give you the absolute BEST results for fat burning from your cardio? Calculators are online!

The objective of the Cooper Endurance Test (contrived by Dr. Kenneth Cooper, author of 'Aerobics') is to calculate your VO2max.

• Calculate Your Maximum Heart Rate!

When you're doing cardio to burn fat, you want to stay in the range of 65%-70% of your maximum heart rate. If the goal is to increase stamina and aerobic capacity, you aim for 85%.

Enter how much weight and how many reps you did for your last workout to find your approximate one-rep max!

• Triceps: Exercises, Anatomy And Tips!

Find out what exercises work best for your Triceps! The smarter you are, the bigger you'll get!