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Old 06-17-2005, 10:56 AM   #1
Jeryd Leuck
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I got the book "Enter The Zone" and I was trying to start the zone, but whne I was finding out how much fat I have I got concused. When I am measuring my wrist, do I measure circumference or just the width of it? Also, when I am measuring my waist do I suck in my gut, leave it as normal or do I push it out?

Any help would be great!
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Old 06-17-2005, 11:06 AM   #2
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You measure the circumference of your wrist, Jeryd. And you should leave your gut relaxed; neither sucked in, nor pushed out; and don't pull the tape too tight either... :lol: It should be snug, but should not compress the skin.

It is also recommended that you take each measurement (particularly your waist) 3 times and use the average, to prevent measuring errors.
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