Since figure type calculations have become very popular lately, we offer a method that can help you determine which type you are. Just answer all the questions below and count which letter you typed more than others. Forward!
TYPE OF FIGURE
1. Take off your clothes and look at yourself in the mirror from the front. What is the shape of your figure:
a) the shoulders and hips are the same width, the waist is slightly noticeable or not at all –
C b) the shoulders and hips are the same width, the waist is clearly marked – B
c) the shoulders are narrower than the hips, the waist is thin – A
d) broad shoulders , conical structure of the hips and waist – G
2. Now take a look at yourself in profile. Let’s start with the buttocks:
a) they are flat, retracted – C and D
b) more rounded, curved – A and B
2. Stay in profile with the mirror. Where is the weight concentrated?
a) in front: bust, abdomen, “spare tire” (fat belt above the waist) – C and D
b) behind, in the gluteal region – A
c) evenly: front and back, bust and buttocks – B
3. Stand with your back to the mirror and look around. Do you have noticeable sedation packs (fat deposits in the upper thighs)?
a) no – C and D
b) yes – A and B
4. Measure your waist and hips at the widest point with a tape measure. Your hips:
a) more than 25 cm wider than the waist – L and B
b) less than 25 cm wider than the waist – C and D
5. Stay in front of the mirror. Look at yourself from the front, then in profile. When you gain weight, this is most noticeable:
a) when you are facing the mirror? This means you become wider – A and B
b) when you stand sideways to the mirror? This means that you are increasing, let’s say, “in depth” – C and D
6. At first you were very graceful, but then for the first time you gained 3 kg of excess weight. Where is it (was) most noticeable?
a) in the lower thighs, a little in the abdomen – B
b) in the abdomen and “spare tire”
c) in the lower thighs – A d) belly, shoulder girdle, face – D
7. When your excess weight exceeds 3 kg, where is it most manifested?
a) belly, shoulder girdle, arms above the elbow, upper thighs, that is, under the waist, inside the thighs; however, the waist remains – D
b) mainly in the lower thighs, less in the upper torso – A
c) everywhere: chest, hips (there are more), but the waist still remains – B
d) belly, “spare tire”, chest , back, upper thighs; from the waist, and so barely noticeable, nothing remains – B
8. If you gained 3 kg more, would your face become noticeably fat?
a) yes – C and D
b) no – A and B
9. If you gained another 3 kg, would your arms and legs get noticeably fat?
a) yes – B and
C b) no – A and D
ENERGY AND NUTRITION
10. Regardless of children, work and other things, when you have the greatest mental energy:
a) I slowly disperse, the greatest creative energy overwhelms me in the evening –
B) physically I am equally energetic all day, but in a creative sense – in the second half of the day – A
c) insights visit me in the morning, I go to bed early – D
d) the ebb and flow of creative energy throughout the day – B
11. Regardless of the environment and work (and when you are not on a diet), what is the best way to determine your eating habit:
a) I intercept something all day – B
b) I eat irregularly, as necessary, I do not eat tightly in the evening – D
c) brutal appetite: starting to eat, I cannot stop
– C d) I can not eat for a long time, I rarely overeat – A
12. How athletic were you during your school years?
a) did not like gymnastics and violent team games. She preferred tennis and quiet games to competitions – A
b) was a great sports enthusiast, loved gymnastics, team games, tried to participate in all kinds of sports events – C c) was
athletic, loved rivalry, but not in team, but in individual types, tennis on glasses, gymnastics, dancing – D
d) succeeded in everything, but more in team events; I was more attracted not by the competition, but by the camaraderie in the team – B
13. If you want to lose weight, then you:
a) go on a diet without increasing physical activity – A
b) go on a diet and would not mind increasing physical activity, but you do not show due enthusiasm in the latter – B
c) maintain a diet, regularly engage in physical education and do not intend to give it up
– C d) you were athletic before, and now you supplement sports with a diet and an increase in load – D
14. If you are actively involved in sports, will you get depressed? Do you start to get fat if you quit classes?
a) yes – C and D
b) no – A and B
COUNTING THE RESULTS
Now count which letter you typed more than others.
If the answers predominate:
“A” you belong to the category of Pears;
“B” – Hourglass;
“B” – Rectangles;
“G” – Triangles.
If you do not have any letter prevailing, then limit yourself to summing the letters of the sections “Shape of the figure” and “Weight distribution” as the most indicative.
Finally, check your characteristics with the following, control ones, in order to finally decide on the type of your figure (note that not everyone will find every one of their parameters of their type). The four body types apply to women of all races and nationalities.