Health and Fitness Calculators

There are various interesting health metrics that help you improve your health or stay healthy. FitnessSyncer calculates these and more automatically on your health and fitness data. Here are some quick calculators.

Mean Arterial Pressure

Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP) can be estimated using your Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure and represents the average blood pressure in the arteries. It is a better approximation of blood pressure than the individual systolic and diastolic readings.

If you track Blood Pressure online or within FitnessSyncer Notebook, FitnessSyncer will automatically calculate the MAP and graph it over time to help you see how the changes in your exercise and diet are affecting your blood pressure.

Based on the above, your Mean Arterial Pressure is 0. A MAP of greater than 60 is considered good.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

Body Mass Index is a measurement of body fat based on your characteristics. It’s a simple metric but gives you a good read into your overall weight and is a great value to set weight goals around.

If you track your weight online, FitnessSyncer can provide you the BMI automatically as long as you provide your height in your profile and you can set and easily keep an eye on your weight goals.

Based on the above, your Body Mass Index is 0. A BMI between 18.5 and 24.9 is considered normal.

Sleep Debt

Getting sufficient sleep per night is ideal for your overall well-being. Age, health, and other metrics can influence the amount of sleep an individual requires, and tracking sleeping debt can help you stay on top of your overall well-being.

If you track your sleep data, FitnessSyncer will automatically calculate your sleep debt over time, giving you insight into when you may need to make changes to feel better overall.

Your calculated slept debt is 0 minutes. A negative number implies a debt whereas a positive number is a surplus.

Sleep Efficiency

Sleep efficiency measures the amount of time you are sleeping while you are in bed. Just because you are in bed for 8 hours a night does not mean that you are getting 8 hours of sleep, so if that is your goal, you may need to make changes to increase the efficiency or spend a bit more time in bed.

Your sleep efficiency is 0%.