# FitNetSS

FitNetSS is a software program designed to analyze data in the body fat, muscle, fat grams and muscle grams, total body fat percentage and resting heart rate. It was designed by two scientists from University College London, James O’Dea and Matthew Smith. This software has a user-friendly interface that allows you to run a number of functions including analyzing your data.

The main aim of the software is to calculate the difference between various mathematical equations which are required to calculate the total weight of your body and the body weight of your friend. A good example of this is the equation used to calculate the body mass index (BMI). The formula for calculating the BMI is: BMR = weight in pounds divided by height in inches. For those who do not know how to calculate the BMI, they have to get the help of an expert in this field. In the FitNetSS, the user will be provided with an equation which contains the values required to calculate the BMI.

This equation helps you in computing the difference between your data. The equation will also help in understanding the impact of different factors on your body weight and body mass index. Some of the factors that are taken into account are: sex; age; body type; genetics; physical activity level; amount of body fat and the types of exercise you do.

According to the latest study conducted by the WHO, the average fat content of a human body is 20% of its total weight. This information can be useful when you are thinking of losing weight or building up your body mass index. So, you can easily calculate your fat content and then start to reduce it gradually.

There are some points that need to be kept in mind while working out and calculating your fat content and fat percentage. The first and foremost factor to consider is your weight training and cardio activities in a week. You should make sure that you don’t exceed your normal weight training levels. The second factor is the total time that you spend exercising. If your daily calorie intake is very low then it will affect your metabolic rate and thus affecting the amount of calories that you burn in a day.

There are many websites that will provide you with detailed information regarding your fat percentage and fat content in comparison to the BMI. of your gender. It is advisable to go for a website that has the complete database so that you can get all the details you want.