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Waist (Women only) – Horizontal, at the level of minimal abdominal width
Hips (Women only) – Largest horizontal circumference around the hips
Neck (Both) – Inferior to the larynx with the tape sloping slightly downward to the front.
Height (Both) – without shoes
here are the measurements that you need to have in order for you to calculate your body fat percentage
* From Hodgdon, J. and Beckett, M. Prediction of percent body fat for U.S. navy men and women from body circumferences and height. Reports No. 84-29 and 84-11. Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, California 1984
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