Body fat

I never tried the Densa X-ray scan, but I usually tested high body fat on various tests, except underwater testing back in the 70's or 80's. But even on underwater testing I was not radically low. I don't remember the numbers, but it was over 5%, I think. I posed for photos for Joe Weiders magazines while being tested. We might not be able to evaluate body fat visually due to intramuscular bodyfat. Like marbled beef. Maybe it is possible to have high intramuscular fat levels with low subcutaneous bodyfat. I have tested over 20%, while ripped, with some "modern" gadgets at gyms and fitness events, to the confusion of those selling them. So, in the end the mirror might still work best for "measuring" subcutaneous body fat. - Andreas Cahling

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