BMI Calculator

What makes this calculator different? Well, its the compensation for your frame size. I thin skeleton person of 1.8m and a heavy skeleton person of 1.8m, weighing the same, obviously have a different percentage of fat. When using the calculator below and you choose "M" (medium) for you frame size, it calculates as normal. But if you choose "S" (small) or "L" (large) it will either compensate by either 10% up or down in the percentage body fat and the classification scale. This is a link to a frame size calculator.

Gender: The BMI calculation for males and females are different
Date of Birth:
RadDatePicker
RadDatePicker
Open the calendar popup.
Your age is also used in the calculation
Length (cm): Spin UpSpin Down or
select
feet & inches
Weight (kg): Spin UpSpin Down or lbs
Frame Size: Calculate you frame size by measuring your wrist
Category BMI (kg/m2)
from to
    Very severely underweight
< 14,9
    Severely underweight
15 16
  Underweight
16 18,5
  Normal (healthy weight)
18,5 25
  Overweight
25 30
  Obese Class I (Moderately obese)
30 35
  Obese Class II (Severely obese)
35 40
  Obese Class III (Very severely obese)
40 >