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Select your gender.
Your current age.
Your current scale weight.
|Use calipers to measure a diagonal fold halfway (male) or two-thirds of the way (female - further from the nipple) between the nipple and the crease of the underarm. The angle of the fold should be along the imaginary line between the nipple and the underarm crease.|| |
|Use calipers to measure a vertical fold about 2 inches (5 cm) directly right or left of your navel.|| |
|Use calipers to measure a vertical fold directly on the front of the upper leg and halfway between the knee and the crease created when you lift your leg.|| |
|Use calipers to measure a vertical fold directly on the back of the upper arm and halfway between the shoulder and elbow.|| |
|Use calipers to measure a vertical or horizontal fold on the side, straight down from the middle of the armpit to the same level as the lowest point of the breast bone (or xiphoid process).|| |
|Use calipers to measure a diagonal fold on the back about 2 cm below the lowest point of the shoulder blade. The fold should be at about a 45 degree angle along an imaginary line from the middle base of the neck toward the outer edge of the hip bone.|| |
|Use calipers to measure a diagonal fold directly above the hipbone. The angle of the fold should be about the same angle as the hipbone.|| |
The approximate percentage of your body's mass that is made up of fat.
The portion of your weight that is fat.
The portion of your weight that is lean (not fat).
Your body fat category depends on your gender and your body fat percentage.
This table shows you the Body Fat Range for each Classification so you can see how close your calculated Body Fat percentage is to the next Body Fat Classification range.