Posted by **Stuart** on Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 8:59pm.

I want to creat a easy-to-use formula to measure the intensity of a exercise workout.

The input factors are:

1. Minutes exercise.

2. Miles run.

3. Calories burned.

4. Level of treadmill.

So, if:

Minutes = 50

Miles = 4

Calories = 423

Level = 10

Therefore, what is the overall intensity of the workout using these four numbers?

Thank you for your help.

Stuart

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