FORCE ONE FITNESS TRAINING PROGRAM

The Force One Fitness training program is designed to give the best possible results without wasting any time, money, or energy. It is based on the 6 components of fitness that I think are most important to any fitness program. This program will burn fat, build muscle, increase your metabolism and give you a body that is fit, toned, and healthy. The Force One Fitness approach is simple, but not easy. Your will and your discipline are going to be challenged every single day; but if you train hard and eat smart, you will get the results. Click below to learn about each of the components of fitness. At the bottom of the page is a one week sample training plan. This sample is meant to show you one of many possible ways to integrate these 6 components of fitness into one effective training program.

COMPONENTS OF FITNESS

Good nutrition is the key to a healthy body
Strength TrainingCardio workouts for heart health
FlexibilityOther Activities to mix it upDon't forget that resting is very important

SAMPLE TRAINING PLANS

Male Training Plan                    Female Training Plan

Health-Related Calculators
  • Target Heart Rate (THR)
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • Body Fat Percent (BFP)
  • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
  • Caloric Usage
  • Summary
Target Heart Rate Calculator

Maximize the benefits of cardiovascular activity when you exercise in the zone of your target heart rate (THR).

Resting Heart Rate
Age

Lower Limit

Target HR

Upper Limit

Body Mass Index Calculator

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women.

Imperial (lbs, inches)
Metric (kg, cm)
Height
Weight

BMI

Body Fat Calculator

Calculate your Body Fat as a percentage (lbs or kg - inches or cm).

Imperial (inches) Male
Metric (cm) Female
Hip
Height
Abdomen
Neck

Body Fat Percent

Basal Metabolic Rate Calculator

Basal Metabolic Rate Calculation.

Imperial (lbs, inches) Male
Metric (kg, cm) Female
Height
Weight
Age

BMR

Caloric Usage Calculator

Calculate your total energy expenditure in calories using your calculated BMR.

Sedentary
Lightly Active
Moderately Active
Very Active
Extra Active
Calculated BMR

Calories Burnt

Health Summary

This is your calculated health summary.

Target Heart Rate:
Body Mass Index:
Body Fat:
Basal Metabolic Rate:
Calories: