Weight Loss Readiness Assessment - Are you ready to successfully implement your weight loss plan?
Did you know that proper preparation is an essential factor in losing weight successfully? This test will not only help you answer the question of whether you have a chance of successful weight loss, but it will also indicate the factors that are necessary in preparation for this process.
The weight loss process can be tedious, time-consuming, requiring a strong will and many changes in our current lifestyle.
Only proper preparation in every area of life (emotional, mental, physical) gives us a chance for effective weight loss.
Evaluate your abilities and check if you are ready now. If the result shows that you are not 100% ready, don't worry, keep working and try to influence the factors that you can change. Remember that just waiting for everything to be perfect in your life is not a good option as it may never happen. You must take active steps to prepare for the weight loss process and most of all you must want it.
Read each question carefully. Answer truthfully, otherwise you will only fool yourself. Take as much time as you need. Remember that all answers are anonymous, they are not saved anywhere and the result is only for you.
Using the calculator, you will calculate the basic metabolic rate (BMR-basal metabolic rate) and the amount of calories needed to supplement, i.e. burned by the body on an empty stomach (in the morning, without a meal), in physical and mental peace.
Use the Ishihara test to check if you suffer from color blindness, to what extent your defect is Protanopia or Deuteranopia, or maybe just insufficient differentiation between red and green shades. As a result, in addition to the diagnosis, you will have the opportunity to check how each of the Ishihara plates is seen by people with various visual impairments, and if you have a defect, they will allow you to see what is on the plates.
The caloric demand calculator will help you create the right diet. It will answer the question of what is our daily calorie requirement and how much daily do we need to consume carbohydrates, proteins and fats to gain weight or lose weight by a given weight within a certain period of time. We have a choice of several of the most popular formulas for calculating the basal metabolic rate. As a result, we will also get a seven-day alternating caloric cycle, thanks to which, with long-term diets, we can "cheat" the body by consuming different caloric values a day while maintaining a weekly diet.
Is the chosen weight loss plan adjusted to your needs and possibilities and will it bring the expected results?
The key to success in dietary plans is its proper selection. However, too often we choose plans that are not tailored to us, resulting in ineffectiveness and discouragement, and consequently the quick abandonment of the plan.
Use this test to find out also what factors a tailored diet plan should contain and training sessions. And it's best to apply this test to the already selected plan so as not to waste time on a wrong diet and training.
With the COSECANS trigonometric calculator you can calculate the values of any cosecans function. In addition to the response results, the calculator will also plot the selected function. You can choose one of the preset functions, e.g. cosecant, arccosec - arccosecant, cosech - hyperbolic cosecant, arcosech - inverse cosech, or you can enter your own function, e.g. cosec(x) * cosec(x) * cosec(x) for cosec3 (x), cosec(2x), cosec(x+3), cosec(x^2) etc.