There are several metabolic-rate calculators available in 2015, including Basal Metabolic Rate -- BMR Calculator from the Apple App Store, BMR Calculator from BMI-Calculator.com, Resting Metabolic Rate Calculator from Bodybuilding.com and BMR Calculator from My Fitness Pal. Many of these metabolic calculators are available for free, state the company websites.
The amount of energy that the body needs to function while resting is known as the basal metabolic rate, or BMR. Typically, the BMR comprises up to 60 percent of the total energy an individual burns each day, according to Life by Daily Burn. Therefore, calculating BMR often helps people attain their personal fitness or weight loss goals.