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2008/05/20 13:18:23 (permalink)
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Body fat

I don't like being completely cut, i still like to have a bit of bulk on me and i am unsure of what level of bodyfat that is. Anyone got any links to them at various stages of fat levels?
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    RE: Body fat 2008/05/20 21:06:58 (permalink)
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    RE: Body fat 2008/05/21 08:21:39 (permalink)
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    Should i try another area of the forum?
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    RE: Body fat 2008/05/21 09:25:55 (permalink)
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    Well to be honest you are in the wrong area, however, I seriously doubt your question will be answered.

    People store bodyfat in different areas, although in men it's most typically the stomach/hips area. I don't have hardly any fat in any other areas, so although I had big chubby love handles my bodyfat wasn't amazingly high. Some people though are fairly slim and toned but are holding fat on their legs chest etc, and their bodyfat could be higher, but in a deceptive manner.

    I would recommend firstly you visit a Tesco extra store and find their bodyfat measuring machine and get yourself checked. Although machines arn't the most accurate they are probably the easiest to get an idea on where you're at.
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