assessment 9 weight management-

assessment 9 weight management-

Assessment 9: Weight Management

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  • Due Sunday by 11:59pm
  • Points 10
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  • Available May 3 at 12am – May 10 at 11:59pm 8 days

Remember your BMI calculator from last week? This time we want to use a few more and post your results as the example shows below.

First, use the calorie calculator here:

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Now the body fat calculator:

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Finally, the ideal weight calculator:

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Calorie Calculator


The results show a number of daily calorie estimates that can be used as a guideline for how many calories to consume each day to maintain, lose, or gain weight at a chosen rate.

Maintain weight

2,859 100%

Mild weight loss

0.5 lb/week

2,609 91%

Weight loss

1 lb/week

2,359 83%

Extreme weight loss

2 lb/week

1,859 65%

Body Fat: 26.7%

Body Fat (U.S. Navy Method) 26.7%
Body Fat Category Obese
Body Fat Mass 63.0 lbs
Lean Body Mass 173.0 lbs
Ideal Body Fat for Given Age
(Jackson & Pollard)
Body Fat to Lose to Reach Ideal 22.0 lbs
Body Fat (BMI method) 34.7%


The ideal weight based on popular formulas:

Formula Ideal Weight
Robinson (1983) 156.5 lbs
Miller (1983) 155.0 lbs
Devine (1974) 160.9 lbs
Hamwi (1964) 165.3 lbs
Healthy BMI Range 128.9174.2 lbs