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sunnywiz
Thanks to kimidreams, I got onto www.mybodycomp.com and got these measurements.

Personalized Body Composition
For help interpreting this data, we recommend you read "Understanding Your Personalized Body Composition"
Profile Name
Sunny Mar2005
Date Created
3/27/2005
Measurements
Age
33
Sex
M
Height
70.00 in (1.78 m)
Weight
182 lbs (82.70 kg)
Neck
15.16 in (38.50 cm)
Shoulder
47.44 in (120.50 cm)
Chest
39.02 in (99.10 cm)
Waist
35.98 in (91.40 cm)
Abdomen
40.00 in (101.60 cm)
Hips
40.98 in (104.10 cm)
Thigh
25.51 in (64.80 cm)
Knee
15.00 in (38.10 cm)
Calf
14.49 in (36.80 cm)
Ankle
8.50 in (21.60 cm)
Arm
13.50 in (34.30 cm)
Forearm
10.98 in (27.90 cm)
Wrist
6.69 in (17.00 cm)
Activity Level Active
Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)
1,780 cals/day
Your resting metabolic rate is the rate at which you burn energy or calories at rest.

Total Calorie Burn (TCB)
2,937 cals/day
Your total calorie burn is the total amount of energy or calories you burn each day. This includes your RMR and the calories you burn during daily activities or exercise. You can increase your TCB by increasing your activity level.

Waist to Hip Circumference Ratio
0.88
Waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) is the ratio of a person's waist circumference to hip circumference. For most people, carrying extra weight around their middle increases health risks more than carrying extra weight around their hips or thighs. (NOTE: Overall obesity is still more risky than body fat storage locations or waist-to-hip ratio.) For men, a ratio of .90 or less is considered safe. For women, a ratio of .80 or less is considered safe.

Lean Body Mass (LBM)
136 lbs (61.57 kg)
Lean Body Mass (also called "Fat Free Mass") is made up of your muscle, water, organs and bones. The primary goal of any weight loss program should be to conserve or increase lean body mass while reducing fat mass.

Fat Mass (FM)
47 lbs (21.13 kg)
Fat Mass is the total amount of fat you have on your body.

Body Fat Percentage (BF)
25.55 %
Your body fat percentage determines what percentage of your body weight is made up of fat. The average male has 15% body fat and the average female has 23% body fat.

Its interesting to note that the BF% is the same as reported by my scale.. Hmm. Now I know. Got some work to do.

FWIW: Its really hard to use a tape measure, by yourself, with two rambunctious cats around. They think its something to hunt.

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You look like you are well on your way to getting in shape. :)

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