Conversion calculator made by Jonas Mureika


1. Timing Conversion

A rough guide to convert your timing, jumps, distance to the another event. This is for seniors athletes only. Follow the steps below, key in your event, timing/point/distance and gender and you can see your converted result in Step 4

Step 1: Key in your event result
Men Women

seconds / meter / points

Step 2: Choose an event to convert the timing in Step 1
Men Women

Step 3: Press 'Calculate' or 'Reset' to restart

Step 4: Your converted estimated timing is
seconds / meter / points

Step 5: This is your score based on IAAF scoring table [link]
Used for the purposes of National Team selection and carding.

Decimal Point : 0 1 2

2. BMI

Body mass index (BMI) is a measurement of body fatness. BMI is used to assess status of overweight and obesity, health risk, and to evaluate body weight changes. A higher BMI is associated with greater risk for cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, hypertention, stroke, gallbladder disease and other chronic illness

To calculate your BMI, enter your Weight (Step1) and your Height (Step 2)
and calculator will figure out your Body Mass Index (Step 3)
This index classifies you into one of several categories, from underweight to desirable to obese

STEP1: Key in your Weight lbs
STEP2: Key in your Height Ft In

Convert "kg" to "lb"
Convert "cm" to "ft"

STEP3: Your Body Mass Index is ..

According to the Panel on Energy, Obesity, and
Body Weight Standards published by American
Journal of Clinical Nutrition, your category is:
BMI What your BMI result indicates
Less than 19 UNDERWEIGHT
You are under optimum weight for your height. You could afford to gain a little weight.
You have a healthy weight for your height.
You are over optimum weight for your height. You may be facing health problems, so losing some weight would be a good idea.
31 + OBESE
You are over optimum weight for your height. You may be facing health risks, so see your doctor to help you achieve a healthier weight.

3. Male Body Calculator

Calculates a man's ideal body measurements based on his wrist circumference.
Key in your wrist size in the first box, wrist size (Step 1)
and the calculator will calculate (Step 2, to be left blank)

STEP1 : Male Body Calculator
Key in your Wrist Size: Inches (Convert cm to inches) STEP 2: Thus ... your ideal healthy accepted body
measurements should be (below result in inches):
Chest Size: Forearm Size: Waist Size: Thigh Size:     Hip Size:    Calve Size:     Bicep Size:    Neck Size:   

4. Calories Burned

This calculator can help you figure how many calories you have burned.
Place data in Step 1 (Weight) and Step 2 (Miles ran)
Step 3 ("Calories burn") and Step 4 ("Comments") to be left blank

STEP1: Key
in your
Weight (lbs)
STEP2: Key in the
distance you
ran in Miles
STEP3: Your calculated
calories burned
during running
Click here to convert "kg > lbs" and "km > miles"

STEP4: Running Comments

Activity & Speed 130 Pounds 160 Pounds 190 Pounds
Walking, 3.0 mph (20:00/mile) 63 78 92
Walking, 4.0 mph (15:00/mile) 96 118 140
Jogging, 5.0 mph (12:00/mile) 114 140 167
Running, 6.0 mph (10:00/mile) 129 159 189
Running, 7.0 mph (8:34/mile) 145 178 212
Running, 8.0 mph (7:30/mile) 160 197 234
Running, 9.0 mph (6:40/mile) 175 215 256
Running, 10.0 mph (6:00/mile) 191 235 279
Why walking cut down your weight!
A 20-minute walk at 4.0 mph by a 190 pound person would burn 140 calories. Divided by 3500, that represents a loss of 0.04 pounds. (Sound small? Do the walk every day for a month and you lose 30 x 0.04 = 1.2 pounds. Do it for a year and you'll weigh 14.4 pounds less than if you don't walk.)

Calories Burned Daily Activities
Sedentary (1800-2100 calories) Sits and stands most of the day; driving, computer work, ironing, cooking; rarely gets any physical active
Very Active (3500-4500 calories) Exercises 3-5 times per week for 1 hours per session Heavy manual labor such as construction work, digging, climbing, carrying a load uphill, professional sports