Calorie Calculator

Calorie Calculator

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  1. I have started the program. With the exception of-my stomach, the rest of my body is lean.

    How can I target the stomach without loosing a lot of weight. I am 6’0 feet tall and weight 165 lbs.
    Thank you

  2. I am 5′ 8″ with medium frame. I weigh from 203 to 205.5. I would like to get down to at least 185 lbs.
    I know this is still considered obese, but it is a start. I am 70 today (Sunday).

    1. Hey Dale,
      First off, I’m sending you my free “How To Get Ripped Quick” ebook, as well as some bonuses. It’s packed with tons of tips on diet and exercise to help you get moving in the right direction. Supplements wise, I would recommend you stack a fat burner called Instant Knockout along with a T booster called Testofuel.

      The 2 work very well when combined, and will give you the results you’re looking for.

      Here’s my reviews of each:

      Instant Knockout –

      Testofuel –

      Hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions.
  3. I workout in the gym four days a week, about 1- 1/2
    hours a day. At home, I eat very little, drinking mostly liquids during the day.

    Milk, water, and coffee.
    1. Hey Dale,

      Losing weight involves eating less and exercising, and of course different people have different metabolisms. The calculator is a tool.

      Look for areas where extra calories might be sneaking in. Sometimes if you’ve been doing the same things for a while, it helps to switch it up a bit.

      Try a new exercise program, or look into intermittent fasting.
  4. I’m a 63 year old male, 6′ and 170 lbs. and trying to build more muscle, but having a very difficult time. I’m afraid that if I consume more calories as suggested by your calculator I’ll just gain fat around my middle.

    I workout very hard at the gym four days a week and try to change my workouts often. Any suggestions?
    1. Hey Bruce,
      As long as you are lifting heavy and keeping the bad fats to a minimum, you should have no problem keeping the fat off. I would suggest you use a testosterone booster called Prime Male, and pair it with a fat burner called Instant Knockout to get the best results.

      Check out my reviews of each below:

      Prime Male –

      Instant Knockout –
  5. I like the amount of depth they get into when describing and comparing supplement to supplement. These guys definitely do their homework.

  6. Rob,
    I’m a 68 yr old male. I’ve had a motor cycle accident 12 years and a car ran over my chest breaking all my ribs and collapsed my lungs.

    I’ve had quadruple by passed 3 years after that and now have arthritis in my back and hip. So I’m not very active.

    I’m 5’6″ 207 lbs. Need to lose some weight…suggestions appreciated.
    1. Hey Jerry,

      It’s tough to lose weight when you can’t get a lot of exercise. Try to get whatever cardio and strength training your body can handle. Swimming might be a good option. Sign up for my free “weight loss” ebook for great tips and advice for how to lose weight. Use the meal plans, and adjust the exercise to whatever you can handle.

  7. Hello Rob,
    First of all I would like to say thanks for all the reviews that you have done. You really saved y friend from a horrible mistake with N02 and T-90.

    I am at 514 pounds. I was seriously injured and my weight shot up.

    I can only do exercises in a pool. I currently walk about two miles in a pool everyday.

    I try to watch what I eat and I have already lost nearly 86lbs. I want something to aid me in my weight loss. Any ideas or recommendations.

    I will talk over whatever you suggest with my doctor before starting anything. Thanks.

  8. I’m having a hard time believing this calculator. I’m a male at 262 lbs and it is telling me to eat ~3,000 calories!

    I eat like 2200 and lift weights 4x a week and cardio the other days. I’ve been doing this awhile and it seems that I’ve stalled.

    I’m not sure how eating another 800 calories is going to work out in my favor 🙁
    1. Yeah I know it sounds counter-intuitive, but it’s the truth. Considering your weight and activity level, your body needs a lot of calories to maintain your energy and metabolism. I would recommend in your case you shave off 200 – 300 calories per day to meet your goal.

      Also, follow the exercise and diet routine in the “Get Ripped” ebook you signed up for. It’s great you’re doing cardio, but you need to do the “right” kind of cardio to burn fat efficiently.

    1. Hey Ray,

      Have you tried a different browser? I’m not having any trouble with the link.

      Sometimes using a different browser makes all the difference.

  9. Hello I just downloaded the ebook, workout and sample meals. On the ebook there was a “click here” for a calorie calculator and it lead me here to this forum.

    Would you please provide the link to the calculator?
      1. Hey rob
        I am 260 an I want to get back down to 210 what fat cutting stack do you think I should use. I have tried a lot of them out there.

        I need something to keep me burning all day. Cause my job I sit on my butt all day.

        1. Hey Kenneth,

          For the diet and workout side of things, sign up for my free “getting ripped” ebook. It’s got great meal and workout plans to get you in shape. For supplements, use the Crazy Mass Cutting Stack. It’s a 4 supplement stack that includes a fat burner, a testosterone booster, and a couple of muscle builders. You take this stack with the getting ripped program, and you’ll be in great shape.


  10. Hello Rob,
    I am a 46 year old woman of 4 children weighing 128lbs. I am trying to get leaner. I want to lose at least 10 lbs of fat and replace with lean muscle by June 20.

    Is that feasible. I have order the cutting stack supplements recommended for women.

    1. Hey Michele,

      You should be able to lose the weight and tone up by June 20, but you’ll have to eat a clean diet and workout. Along with your supplements, sign up for my “getting ripped” ebook. It’s got the diet and workout plans that’ll get you there.

  11. Hey Rob, im 41 270lbs n wondering whats the best diet or supplements i can take to loose fat and rebuild muscle. I use to lift weights and and pretty stout.

    I haven’t worked out in 15 years and need to and ready to change my life style. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

  12. Hi rob I been trying to use the calorie counter but can’t see it , I’m 217 lbs quite active train 4 time a week and looking to lose body fat and increase muscle would appreciate if you could give me a starting line with calories and I break down in protein , carbs and fat many thanks ryan
    1. Hey Ryan,

      Right around 3,000 a day should keep you at your current weight, given the parameters you gave. When you’re cutting, lower that by 250-500 daily calories depending on how fast you want to lose weight.

      When you’re bulking, raise it by as much, and remember to lift heavy and limit your cardio.

  13. Rob,
    I am using Safari on my iPhone and iPad. At this time I cann access my email on my desktop machine.

    I can open the other books (.xls, etc…) but not this one.
    Thanks for all you do,

    1. Hey StevenO,

      I don’t see anything wrong with it. Does it work for you if you refresh the page in your browser?

      How about if you try another browser?

    1. Hey Avery,

      It’s possible, but not recommended. If you take off your weight too fast, it’s not likely to stay off.

      Your best bet is to aim for 1-2 pounds a week. If you have a lot of weight to lose, it’ll come off somewhat faster at first, but before long, it drop back down to the sustainable level.

    1. Hey Alex,

      There are a few other factors I would need to know to answer your question. In addition to your current weight, you need to input your general activity level, whether you’re looking to lose or gain weight, and how much.

      If you enter that information into the calorie calculator above, you’ll get the answer. It’s going to be somewhere in the area of 3000 calories per day.

  14. I’m 5’7 230pounds I work at the ship yard so it’s hard for me to find time to go to the gym. I was wondering if you could tell me how many calories I should cut down to be able to lose weight.

    I also just started steroids so I was wondering if taking a pre work out product called nos extreme would cause any health problems.
    1. Hey Matt,

      To lose a pound of weight, you need to use 3500 calories less then you consume. You can do it by eating less, exercising more, or ideally a combination of both.

      If you want to lose one pound a week, that’s about 500 calories a day that you would have to either decrease in intake or increase in output (or a combination). If you want to lose 2 pounds a day, you’d double that.

      So if you don’t want to add exercise to your routine and you want to lose 1 pound a week, you’d eat 500 calories less each day than what your body uses. If you want to lose 2 pounds a week, eat 1000 fewer calories a day.

      I sent you a copy of my free weight loss book. Check your email to confirm.

      I don’t know what steroids you’re using so I really can’t speak to the safety of using NOS Extreme along with them. This is something you’ll want to talk to your doctor about.

      Let me know if you have other questions as you go along in your process.

    1. Hey Phil,

      I’ve sent you my free weight loss ebook. It’ll give you some good ideas where to start and what programs might work.

      Please check your email to confirm that you received it.


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