Metabolic Rate Calculations

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Metabolic Rate Calculations
Harris - Benedict

Imperial
M BMR = 6.23 x Wt (lbs) + 12.7 x Ht (in) - 6.76 x Age (yrs) + 66
W BMR = 4.35 x Wt (lbs) + 4.7 x Ht (in) - 4.7 x Age (yrs) + 655

Metric
M BMR = 13.75 x Wt (kg) + 5 x Ht (cm) - 6.76 x Age (yrs) + 66
W BMR = 9.56 x Wt (kg) + 1.85 x Ht (cm) - 4.68 x Age (yrs) + 655


Harris – Benedict Exercise Principle

Little to no exercise Daily calories needed= BMR x 1.2
Light exercise (1-3 days per week) Daily calories needed= BMR x 1.375
Moderate exercise (3-5 days per week) Daily calories needed= BMR x 1.55
Heavy exercise (6-7 days per week) Daily calories needed= BMR x 1.725
Very heavy exercise (twice per day, extra heavy workouts) Daily calories needed= BMR x 1.9


Mifflin – St. Joer

Metric
M REE = 10 x Wt (kg) + 6.25 x Ht (cm) - 5 x Age (yrs) + 5
W REE = 10 x Wt (kg) + 6.25 x Ht (cm) - 5 x Age (yrs) -161
Abdominal breathing, also known as diaphragmatic breathing, is a powerful way to decrease stress by activating relaxation centers in the brain. The abdominal expansion causes negative pressure to pull blood into the chest, improving the venous flow of blood back to the heart.
Abdominal breathing, also known as diaphragmatic breathing, is a powerful way to decrease stress by activating relaxation centers in the brain. The abdominal expansion causes negative pressure to pull blood into the chest, improving the venous flow of blood back to the heart.
Abdominal breathing, also known as diaphragmatic breathing, is a powerful way to decrease stress by activating relaxation centers in the brain. The abdominal expansion causes negative pressure to pull blood into the chest, improving the venous flow of blood back to the heart.
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