In order to know what your body fat percentage is you need to know a little bit about the anatomy of your body. There are six major categories of body structures including skeletal, cardiac, nervous, endocrine, gastrointestinal, and lymphatic. The structure of the body varies with age. In our youth we have a very flexible system which gives us the ability to adapt to whatever physical condition we may come across. As we age though our body becomes less adaptable and our adaptability decreases. It basically becomes harder to keep up with our body’s ever-changing state.
One thing that all of the different body structures have in common though is that they have a fat accumulation in certain areas. This fat is called subcutaneous fat or just simply fat. Your body’s fat distribution reflects what type of shape your body is in. It can be described as a picture of your body fat distribution.
According to vegas escorts, most people have a lot more subcutaneous fat around their waist than over their head. Their body fat distribution looks something like a pear. This means that most people have a lot of waist fat whereas athletes and people with bodies that are round have a lot of “apple” shaped body fat.
To get a better idea of your body fat distribution you need to understand how the body makes its fat determination. Your body determines the amount of fat that it stores according to what it deems as its genetic make up. There are genetic variations for every person. Some people have large amounts of “fast” fat while other people have very little.
Fast-fat people tend to be overweight. People with slower fat distribution tend to be skinny or have a lean body. Lean body tends to be a lot more functional and thinner while the fast-fat people often have excess skin and fatty areas that are difficult to lose. Therefore, if you have a slow fat distribution (also called dysplasia) you will have more trouble with weight loss efforts than a person who has an ideal body fat distribution.
It’s not hard to figure out your body fat distribution. All you need to do is perform the Math problem: Bisection – Radii Equation. You take your long arm and then divide it into two parts: left arm x long leg. Then, you take your short arm and divide it into two parts: right leg x long arm.