• FLVSKidd
Does anyone know how bmi and aerobic capacity is calculated?
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  • anonymous
English BMI Formula BMI = ( Weight in Pounds / ( Height in inches x Height in inches ) ) x 703 Metric BMI Formula BMI = ( Weight in Kilograms / ( Height in Meters x Height in Meters ) )
  • anonymous
VO2 max (also maximal oxygen consumption, maximal oxygen uptake, peak oxygen uptake or maximal aerobic capacity) is the maximum rate of oxygen consumption as measured during incremental exercise, most typically on a motorized treadmill.[1][2] Maximal oxygen consumption reflects the aerobic physical fitness of the individual, and is an important determinant of their endurance capacity during prolonged, sub-maximal exercise. The name is derived from V - volume, O2 - oxygen, max - maximum.
  • anonymous
VO2 max is expressed either as an absolute rate in (for example) litres of oxygen per minute (L/min) or as a relative rate in (for example) millilitres of oxygen per kilogram of body mass per minute (e.g., mL/(kg·min)) VO2 max is properly defined by the Fick equation: VO2 Max= Q (Ca - O2) - (CaO2 - CVO2) when these values are obtained during an exertion at a maximal effort. where Q is the cardiac output of the heart, CaO2 is the arterial oxygen content, and CvO2 is the venous oxygen content. (CaO2 – CvO2) is also known as the arteriovenous oxygen difference.

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