Fitness Calculator: How Fit Are You, Really?

walking-postureThis is an excellent test. I urge all of my readers to take it. You will receive first rate information on your current fitness level in specific terms that I think can help you in your quest for excellent health.

Here are my results:
I am 75 years old. My expected fitness level is 34 VO2 Max. However, I have the fitness of an average 45 year old and my actual fitness level is 46 VO2 Max.

This means that my heart’s capacity to transport oxygen is good, which decreases the risk of dying prematurely from cardiac disease.


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Physical fitness is key to a long life and good health.

Your body’s capacity to transport and use oxygen during exercise (VO2max) is the most precise measure of overall cardiovascular fitness.

Based on the extensive research of The K. G. Jebsen Center of Exercise in Medicine at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, you can easily estimate your fitness level by answering a few questions.

Test yourself Now . . . .

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2 responses to “Fitness Calculator: How Fit Are You, Really?

  1. Supposedly, I scored an age of 39 (actually I am 50) and a VO2 of 48.
    I figure if I’m riding a bike 4 times a week for 2+ hours or more, I should be okay Tony!


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