Body Fat 61.2%
61.2% Body Fat men - Obese
Men who maintain a healthy body fat range have an overall better quality of health and fitness.
Men with normal body fat have more toned muscles and this improves their appearance.
61.2% Body Fat women - Obese
For females, body fat percentages below 15-20 percent are considered dangerous. A low body fat percentage can cause a hormonal imbalance, your menstrual cycle might stop and this can lead to infertility.
61.2% Body Fat Men
Knowing your body fat percentage, as well as the minimum essential fat percentage can be useful if you are trying to lose weight.
Besides knowing how much essential fat you absolutely have to have, you also need to know our lean body mass, the weight of your bones and organs, which is calculated using our height, weight and sex.
Adding lean body mass and essential fat, you can find how much extra fat you have and how much weight you can lose without endangering your health.
With a body fat of 61.2, basic every day activities like walking up stairs, or bending over to pick something up becomes increasingly difficult.
This body fat level is approaching morbidly obese, which is characterized by a BMI over 35.
61.2% Body Fat Women
Some body fat is required for overall health. It plays an important role in protecting internal organs, providing energy, and regulating hormones. Excess body fat is linked to an increased risk for diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. To lower your body fat, you must eat fewer calories than you use.
The human body is made to store fat so that it maintains reserves of energy. If you take in fewer calories, your body will burn these fat reserves.
Women with a 61.2% of body fat will likely look like it has dimples more fat accumulates. Hip Circumference can may reach 45+ inches and waist circumference 40+ inches and thighs above 30+ inches.
The hips will likely be noticeably wider than the shoulders.
Calculate your body fat percentage
Percent body fat is the percentage of fat your body contains.
Exact body fat percentage cannot be precisely determined, but multiple methods are used to estimate it. You can use our body fat calculator to estimate your body fat percentage: