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Old 03-07-2012, 04:21 PM   #16
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Well it seems we have a bit of a confusion here. I checked my bodyfat % with my calibers, and it read just below "30" for the inches thing or whatever. I matched that with my age on the chart, and apparently I am 26% bodyfat according to the bodyfat pinchers.

The first method I used was the Army's "neck and belly button" method. I am not sure to which of these methods I should go by? I don't look 26% bodyfat. IMO, I look around 30%. I guess I'll leave which one should be more accurate to some of you guys that have been in this game much longer than me.
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