Muscle, Fat, & Obesity Risk
How to read the numbers at the top
You can compare your measurements to others of the same height and sex with the percentages above the bar graphs. While the healthy range varies by output, the 100% mark indicates the healthy average for people of your height and sex. So if your Weight bar is at 130%, this would mean that your weight is 30% above average.
Similarly, if your Weight bar is at 70%, this would mean that you have 30% less mass than is considered the healthy average for your height.
How to find your body type using the C-I-D Method
Refer to your Muscle-Fat Analysis and connect the endpoints of each bar (Weight to SMM to Body Fat Mass) to form a C, I, or D.
Scroll down below to find out more about your body type!