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    very interesting article mate, what is the source of that text?

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    yay a reply.
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    good post Cal...

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    thanks for posting that....i feel a little better now,every time i jump on the scales in boots they tell me im at least 4 stone overweight !!!...not sure id go along with a 7.5 inch wrist being heavy structure.
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    reading over it again, struggling to under stand page 82, i am 6 foot and my wrist is just 7.25 inches :-( , what does this tell me?

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    lol i dunno mate you should be able to work it out-
    i`m lucky i`m 5"9 ish.
    its just a rough guide to how symetrical you are for your weight and height...
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    I know I am getting ahead of myself but at my height what is the ideal measurement. I am 6'1"

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    should be able to work it out reading from 4.39.
    the figures are i think based upon 10% body fat.

    as i said previously i`m 5"9 so it tells me what i need to know lol
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