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 Getting Started Towards Your Healthy Lifestyle

Making the commitment to follow an exercise and diet log is the first step towards healthy living and BMF Training makes it easy.

To help you get started, the following will ask you some basic information that will help gauge where you are and how you should proceed towards your new healthy lifestyle.

 Basic Measurements
I will be entering my measurements in pounds/inches    kilograms/cms
Please enter some basic information about you in the spaces provided at the right. This information is required to calculate your various profile indices.
Enter Basic Information:
( pounds)
What is your target weight?   
If you are interested in losing or gaining weight, your goal is to lose/gain:
 pound(s) per week

There are many ways to measure body composition - the approximation of the percentage of fat versus lean muscle mass, bone, blood, etc. We use a circumference based method.
Measurements: Measure the circumference at your waist, neck, and hips (for women) or at the level of the navel (for men). Enter these measurements on the right.
Enter Measurements For
 Waist (inches)
 Navel (M) /Hips (F)
 Daily Activity Level

  • What is your average daily activity level and lifestyle?
      Sedentary - (inactive)

      Lightly Active - (most professionals, office workers, shop workers, teachers, homemakers)

      Moderately Active - (workers in light industry, most farm workers, active students, department store workers, soldiers not in active service, commercial fishing workers)

      Very Active - (full-time athletes and dancers, unskilled laborers, forestry workers, military recruits in training, soldiers in active service, mine workers, steel workers)

      Exceptionally Active - (lumberjacks, blacksmiths, female construction workers)

  •  Exercise Goals
    Achieving your body composition goals requires both proper diet and exercise. On average, how much time per week do you plan on exercising and being active?

      activity for (Hrs)  (Min)
     Eating Habits
  • How many times a day do you eat (including meals and snacks)? 1-3   3-5   5-7

  • Which meal is your largest of the day? Breakfast      Lunch      Dinner

  • How many days a week do you skip breakfast?

  • Do you go too long without eating, causing you to feel "starved" at mealtime? Yes      No

  • Do you binge during meals? Yes      No

  • How many times a week do you eat out?

  • Do you eat fewer than five servings of fruits/vegetables per day? Yes      No

  • Do you take supplements/vitamins?  Yes      No

  • Have you tried diet programs or are you currently on one (Weight Watchers, Slim Fast, The Zone, etc.)? Yes      No

  • Do you need help decreasing the amount of fat and sugar in your diet? Yes      No

  • Are you allergic to any foods or do any cause you discomfort (cramps, nausea, etc.)? Yes      No

  • How much water do you drink a day (8-oz. glasses)?

  • How many times a week do you consume alcohol? 0-3      3-5      5-7
  •  Get Your Results
    I am at least 18 years old and have read the Terms & Conditions.
    Please enter your name and email to get your fitness analysis results...
      Get Analysis
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    Last Name:
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