Aerobic Fitness (Women) Calculator

Calculate the maximum amount of oxygen your body can use during exercise.

Enter your age:
Enter your weight: pounds

Enter your 1 mile walk test time:
How do I take the 1 mile walk test?
min.  sec.

Enter your one mile walk test recovery rate: beats per minute

Your aerobic fitness (or VO2 max) is: ml/kg/min
This is an estimate of the amount of oxygen (in milliliters) you can use per kilogram of body weight per minute of exercise.

The higher this number, the more efficiently your lungs, heart and blood vessels take in oxygen and deliver it to your muscles and tissues during exercise.

Therefore, the higher your level of fitness and the easier it is for you to exercise for a sustained period of time.

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