I have been searching for a while, but I can't find any of the 4 point or 9 point caliper tests that were here a while ago.
Can someone provide me with a link?
What info do you need? Where the measurements are taken, or the formulas?
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I think he needs both where the measurements are taken and the formulas for both the 4 pt and 9 pt tests
A while back when I was looking up info about bodyfat scales, I saw some stuff on this. Someone had a spreadsheet or something.
I just need formulas / points / diagrams or whatever.
Check out this site for the places to take measurements. It can also calculate your BF.
From that last one you can download an Excel spreadsheet which already has the formulas, all you need to to is the your measurements. this is the link for the spreadhseet:
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