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Originally Posted by lylemcd View Post
For those who want a non-caliper method for estimating bodyfat percentage (that's not the BMI method in Rapid Fat Loss or A Guide to Flexible Dieting).

Surprising to me the first and second gave me reasonably decent estimates. I don't remember if I tried the third.

http://www.freeweightloss.com/calculator1.html

http://www.he.net/~zone/prothd2.html

http://www.linear-software.com/online.html
The first one told me I'm at 20%, the second didn't work and the third told me I'm at 27%. I'm trying to calculate my bf% for RFL and all I have to go on are tape measurements and my Tanita scale. It says 25% in the morning after I pee and in the evening before I go to bed 23%. Which would be a safer number to go with for determining protein intake?

I'm 29, 5'3", 123.8 lbs (yesterday), 27" waist, and unfortunately, don't have any pictures recently to post up to help.

Any idea? Would it be safer to err on the higher side to prevent losing muscle?

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