The Top Ten Ways to Test Your Body

The top ten ways to test your body is not only useful but it can also save time when you want to do something with your body. You need to know these things before you start doing anything else.

1) The Body Fat Percentage: A good way of testing your body fat percentage is by using calipers or a tape measure.

If you have a regular job, then you probably use one of those devices regularly.

2) The Bicep Size: This is another simple method to check your body fat percentage.

Just take two fingers and wrap them around your biceps and squeeze them together until they look like they’re made out of rubber. Then count how many times each finger goes through the skin area between the thumb and index finger.

3) The Waist Circumference: Measure the circumference of your waist at the narrowest part.

For example, if your waist is 32 inches, then measure from where your belly button begins to where you feel comfortable saying that you’re “not too big” (or whatever size you think is appropriate). Then subtract 8 inches from this measurement.

That’s your body fat percentage.

4) The Body Mass Index (BMI): This method is a little more complex and requires that you know your height and weight.

Use this equation to figure out your BMI: BMI = weight/height^2. A BMI of 18.5 to 24.9 is average for most people.

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5) The Scale: This last one is perhaps the most common method that people use to test their body fat. It’s also one of the least accurate methods.

The “scale method” is when you weigh yourself and then you don’t eat or drink anything (except water) for a few hours and then you weigh yourself again. Subtract the first weight of the second weight and that’s your body fat percentage.

6) The Tape Measure: This is method is a bit more reliable than using the scale because it only requires that you know your height and doesn’t require you to buy any special tools.

Just wrap a measuring tape around your back and above your hipbones. The tape should be taut but it shouldn’t cut into your skin.

Then, plug these numbers into this formula: (inches – 35.4) / 0.66 = body fat percentage.

7) The Hydrostatic Weighing: This is considered to be the most accurate method for testing body fat percentage. You’ll need to go to a lab for this one because it requires that you are placed in a tank of water and then this will help calculate your body fat percentage.

Just be prepared to sit in a water tank for a little while.

8) The Skinfold Measurement: This method is more complex and requires special tools such as a skinfold caliper.

The testing method involves measuring the thickness of your skin at different parts of your body.