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					              Fitness Evaluation



Name Maurico                       Sex:         MALE         Date: 1/27/99
Age:        31
Weight: 264.66 Lbs.

                   **** Body Composition: 7 Site Skinfold Test ****

Site               Your Average               PERSONAL DATA
Chest                      22               Body Density:           1.0528
Axilla                         12           % of Body Fat           20.17 %
Triceps                        10           Fat Weight:lbs.          53.39 Lbs.
Subscapular                    22           Lean Body Mass:         211.27 Lbs.
Abdominal                      23
Suprailium                   31.5           Ideal Percentage:           23% %
Thigh                          20           Desired Weight:           274.4 Lbs.
                   ------------------       Desired % Fat Range:
 Total:                  140.5                       3.0% to         4%
                                            Desired Weight Range:
                                                    217.8 Lbs. to 220.1 Lbs.

YOUR BODY FAT:            20.17 % (+/-3%)
                          53.39 Lbs.

Body fat represents the amount of reserve energy(calories) your
body has stored. Caloric intake greater than caloric expenditure
will normally result in the formation and deposition of body fat.
The average female is 23.0%
The average male is 15.0%

REC. PERCENTAGE OF BODY FAT:
                      WOMEN:                           12%    TO       25%
                      MEN:                              5%    TO       19%

YOUR WEIGHT RANGE:                                 222.39     TO    260.83 Lbs.

Maintaining your weight within the target range will allow the body
to function more efficiently, lower the risks associated with
certain diseases and enhance one's ability to perform physical
activity. The weights shown above are based on your fat free mass
plus a recommended body fat content of 12.0% to 25.0% for women and
5.0% to 19% for men.
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               BODY COMPOSITION

PERCENT OF BODY FAT:              20.17 %

FAT WEIGHT:                        53.4 Lbs.

LEAN BODY WEIGHT:                 211.3 Lbs.

LEAN TO FAT RATIO:                  4.0 :1


Body weight can be divided into two components: Fat tissue and lean
tissue. Lean tissue, or lean body weight(LBW), consists of all
non-fat tissue such as muscle, bone, organs and connective tissue.
The fat component is usually expressed as a percentage of total
body weight, thus your body composition results will be given in
"percent fat".

The fat weight component can be estimated from skinfold measurements
utilizing equations developed for observations of fat distribution
beneath the skin. Skinfold calipers are used to measure your
skinfold thickness in millimeters at 7 sites.

Remember that all methods of assessing body fat are only ESTIMATES
and may be off by 2 to 3 percent in either directions. CONSISTENT,
REPEATED measurements done over time can be useful for monitoring
changes in your body composition resulting from changes in diet and
exercise.

A certain amount of fat is essential to maintain health. Too
little fat can impair performance by increasing susceptibility to
illness. Excess fat, that which is above the minimum, is referred
to as non-essential fat and is stored in the body and acts as an
energy reserved. The average man is about 5% essential fat and 19%
fat overall. The average woman is about 12% essential fat and 25% fat overall.
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                   WEIGHT CONSIDERATIONS

FAT WEIGHT:                          53.4 Lbs.
LEAN BODY WEIGHT:                   211.3 Lbs.
LEAN TO FAT RATIO:                    4.0 :1
DESIRED WEIGHT:                    217.81      TO               ##### Lbs.
DESIRED % OF FAT RANGE:              3.0%      to                4.0%

Weight alone may be a deceptive indicator of body composition. The
percentages of water, fat and lean are important considerations.
An individual may appear to be at a desirable weight, yet have a
high or low percentage of body fat. You should concern yourself
less with weight and more with the lean to fat ratio.

Periodic evaluations would assist you in maintaining your body
composition.


WEIGHT CONTROL

One pound of fat has approximately 3500 Calories of energy
associated with it. The amount of Calories you "burn" or expend
will depend upon both the intensity and duration of an activity.
You cannont lose large amounts of fat weight in short periods of
time. Fat loss is best achieved by diet and exercise over a
relatively long period of time. Its is recommended that weight
loss not exceed 1 to 2 lbs per week. Keep in mind that this weight
loss is not all fat, but may include water and some lean tissue as
well.

Weight loss will occur steadily in first time exercisers for
approximately 3 months. After that initial weight loss, weight
will generally remain stable as muscle gains will offset fat loss.

Muscle is much denser than fat so a person who exercises
consistently will still lose inches, while weight will remain
relatively stable.
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The data contained in this document should be used for informative
purposes only. Your assessment and/or objectives should not be
based soley upon these values. Nutritional and/or exercise
programs should be prescribed by a qualified professional.
              Fitness Evaluation




The data contained in this document should be used for informative
purposes only. Your assessment and/or objectives should not be
based soley upon these values. Nutritional and/or exercise
programs should be prescribed by a qualified professional.




Formula conversion for 7 site fat density

Body Density:      % of Body Fat            Ideal Percentage
 1.053              20.172547                        0.0023

Fat Weight:        Lean Body Mass:          Desired Weight
 53.39                211.27                       220.07
                                                   211.76
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Name Crystal Newton                    Sex:      FEMALE       Date:
Age:         27
Weight:lbs. 105 Lbs.

               **** Body Composition: 7 Site Skinfold Test ****
          Site       Your Average                PERSONAL DATA

            Chest                 4           Body Density:           1.0662
          Axilla                   6          % of Body Fat           14.28 %
        Triceps                   11          Fat Weight:lbs.         14.99 Lbs.
    Subscapular                  8.5          Lean Body Mass:         90.01 Lbs.
     Abdominal                    11
     Suprailium                  7.5          Ideal Percentage:      13 %
          Thigh                   15          Desired Weight:   103.46 Lbs.
                    ----------                Desired % Fat Range:
 Total:                          63                   10.0% to 15.0%
                                              Desired Weight Range:
                                                                 105.9 Lbs.
                                                      100.0 Lbs. to

YOUR BODY FAT:             14.28 % (+/-3%)
                           14.99 Lbs.

Body fat represents the amount of reserve energy(calories) your
body has stored. Caloric intake greater than caloric expenditure
will normally result in the formation and deposition of body fat.
The average female is 23.0%
The average male is 15.0%

REC. PERCENTAGE OF BODY FAT:
                     WOMEN:                             12% TO          25%
                     MEN:                                5% TO          19%

YOUR WEIGHT RANGE:                                   102.28 TO 120.01 Lbs.

Maintaining your weight within the target range will allow the body
to function more efficiently, lower the risks associated with
certain diseases and enhance one's ability to perform physical
activity. The weights shown above are based on your fat free mass
plus a recommended body fat content of 12.0% to 25.0% for women and
5.0% to 19% for men.
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               BODY COMPOSITION

PERCENT OF BODY FAT:             14.3 %

FAT WEIGHT:                      15.0 Lbs.

LEAN BODY WEIGHT:                90.0 Lbs.

LEAN TO FAT RATIO:                6.0 :1


Body weight can be divided into two components: Fat tissue and lean
tissue. Lean tissue, or lean body weight(LBW), consists of all
non-fat tissue such as muscle, bone, organs and connective tissue.
The fat component is usually expressed as a percentage of total
body weight, thus your body composition results will be given in
"percent fat".

The fat weight component can be estimated from skinfold measurements
utilizing equations developed for observations of fat distribution
beneath the skin. Skinfold calipers are used to measure your
skinfold thickness in millimeters at 7 sites.

Remember that all methods of assessing body fat are only ESTIMATES
and may be off by 2 to 3 percent in either directions. CONSISTENT,
REPEATED measurements done over time can be useful for monitoring
changes in your body composition resulting from changes in diet and
exercise.

A certain amount of fat is essential to maintain health. Too
little fat can impair performance by increasing susceptibility to
illness. Excess fat, that which is above the minimum, is referred
to as non-essential fat and is stored in the body and acts as an
energy reserved. The average man is about 5% essential fat and 19%
fat overall. The average woman is about 12% essential fat and 25%
             Fitness Evaluation


                  WEIGHT CONSIDERATIONS

FAT WEIGHT:              15.0 Lbs.
LEAN BODY WEIGHT:        90.0 Lbs.
LEAN TO FAT RATIO:        6.0 :1
DESIRED WEIGHT:        100.01      TO                      ## Lbs.
DESIRED % OF FAT RANGE: 10.0%      to                      ##

Weight alone may be a deceptive indicator of body composition. The
percentages of water, fat and lean are important considerations.
An individual may appear to be at a desirable weight, yet have a
high or low percentage of body fat. You should concern yourself
less with weight and more with the lean to fat ratio.

Periodic evaluations would assist you in maintaining your body
composition.


WEIGHT CONTROL

One pound of fat has approximately 3500 Calories of energy
associated with it. The amount of Calories you "burn" or expend
will depend upon both the intensity and duration of an activity.
You cannont lose large amounts of fat weight in short periods of
time. Fat loss is best achieved by diet and exercise over a
relatively long period of time. Its is recommended that weight
loss not exceed 1 to 2 lbs per week. Keep in mind that this weight
loss is not all fat, but may include water and some lean tissue as
well.

Weight loss will occur steadily in first time exercisers for
approximately 3 months. After that initial weight loss, weight
will generally remain stable as muscle gains will offset fat loss.

Muscle is much denser than fat so a person who exercises
consistently will still lose inches, while weight will remain
relatively stable.

The data contained in this document should be used for informative
purposes only. Your assessment and/or objectives should not be
based soley upon these values. Nutritional and/or exercise
programs should be prescribed by a qualified professional. PE 8: Aug/00
                                                       Palacio
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Formula conversion for 7 site fat density

Body Density:      % of Body Fat          Ideal Percentage
 1.066              14.279834                        0.13

Fat Weight:        Lean Body Mass:        Desired Weight
 14.99                  90.01                     103.46




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