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Component of Fitness - Anthropometry

Anthropometry Tests - Body Composition

This is an interpretation of previously entered data, to produce indices of Corpulence and risk factor interpretation. That is, for this data to be accuarate you will have needed to enter, Waist to Hip ratio, Skinfolds, Weight and Height in the anthropometry tabs. The Waist to Hip Ratio (WHR) is being seen more and more as a key risk factor.

Click on the Quick Tip above, if you need help entering any 'missing values'.

Risks

BMI(kg/m2)

Classification

WHR < 1

WHR > 1

Below 18.5

Underweight Other Factors

18.5 - 24.9

Normal Range Normal Normal

25 - 29

Overweight Increased High

30 - 34

Obese High Verh High

35 - 39

Obese Very High Very High

40 +

Extremely obese Severe Severe
Some of the test results necessary to complete the interpretation are missing. See base data list to the left.

Base Data

Value

Body Fat (%)

Missing

Waist/Hip

Missing

Height (cm)

Missing

Weight (kg)

Missing

Measurement

Value

Standard Body Mass for Height (kg)

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Relative Body Mass (%)

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Behnke's Reference Mass (kg)

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Behnke's Index

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Measurement

Value

Body Mass Index (BMI)(kg/m2)

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Ideal Body Mass (kg)

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Active Metabolic Rate (kJ)

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Basal Metabolic Rate (kJ)

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