I am trying to access my bodyfat level in order to better regulate my diet and training.
This morning I did a checkup at the gym and got an interesting result..
The Jackson/Pollock 7 method yielded a 4.95% bodyfat lvl. (This test use the measures of your skinfold in 7 different spots of your body)
I was never the kind of skinny guy (nor do I look like now. Not strong also), so I could not trust this result. I cant even see my abs. No way im at lessthan 5%.
So using the Tape measure method (Heigh x neck x waist) I got a 9-10%. Much more reasonable.
Could anyone explain me this big difference? Would that mean that I tend to carry not too much fat, but they are heavily concentrated in my waist line/abs?
Thansk in advance.