Body Type Test (Quiz) Results 715 – Body Type Three (BT3) Female (Woman), Millennial (Generation Y)

FORCA?Fellow One Research Combined Average (FORCA) Health Score which Averages the Self-Determined (SD) Health & FORC Health Scores [5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy]. This score is in beta testing.

3.49

FORTH?Fellow One Research Total Health (FORTH) Score [5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy]. This score is in beta testing.

2.88

FORMR?Fellow One Research Metabolism Rate (FORMR) Adjusted Mifflin-St Jeor BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) Score. This score is in beta testing.

Slow Metabolism

FORMA?Fellow One Research Metabolism Activity (FORMA) Adjusted Harris-Benedict Activity Score. This score is in beta testing.

Steady Metabolic Rate

Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculation

38.6

BMI Minimal, Moderate, High Risk

High Risk

Fellow One Research, The Four (4) Body Types-Body Type Quiz Results 715, Body Type Three (BT3) Female

Fellow One Research, The Four Body Types Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Megan Strole Bio Summary – Body Type Three (BT3)


I have studied The Four (4) Body Types and it is my understanding that I am a Body Type Three (BT3). Obesity has moderately been a problem in my life. My obesity problems started in my life between age 20 and age 24. I was at my heaviest weight when I reached 226 pounds at age 27. The most weight I ever lost was 20 pounds when I was 26. I have not been successful at keeping all that weight off to date. I gained back 19 of those pounds in a span of 4 month(s).

My ride on the obesity weight gain & loss management roller coaster ride has been slightly severe. If/when I put fat weight on my body, it is most likely that I will put the fat weight on in relation to: upper leg/inner thighs, upper leg/back thighs, upper leg/outer thighs, buttocks, lower midriff/waist/hips, midriff/abdomen/belly, upper midriff/diaphragm, upper chest/pectoral/breast, shoulders, upper arms/front/biceps, upper arms/back/triceps, inner upper arms/under arms, middle back, lower back, lower side trunk/love handles, upper side trunk, as accurately as I can figure. I attribute mostly my unbalanced diet and lifestyle choices to my weight problems. On average, obesity is somewhat/questionably common in my family.

Upon careful examination of my spine, vertebra(e) (posture), and muscle/muscle mass, I am confident that the following vertebra(e) in my body are underdeveloped if not undeveloped: cervical 6, cervical 7, thoracic 4, thoracic 5, thoracic 6, thoracic 7, thoracic 8, thoracic 9, thoracic 10, thoracic 11, thoracic 12, lumbar 1, lumbar 2, lumbar 3, lumbar 4, lumbar 5, sacrum, as best I can surmise. I am confident I am a Body Type Three (BT3) because I have between nine (9) and seventeen (17) vertebrae undeveloped. I am quite sure my body does not look identical to a Body Type One (BT1) with all muscles developed & defined. My body has not always had the fully developed BT1 classic arch, dimples, vertebrae (posture), and muscle mass. I am certain I do not have the fully developed BT1 classic arch and dimples, which strengthens my belief I'm not a BT1.


Fellow One Research Body Type Shape Quiz/Test Participant Megan Strole Identifies as a Body Type Three (BT3) (The Four Body Types)
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Biological Gender: Female (Woman)
Current Height: 5'4 inches
Current Weight: 225 pounds
General Age: 20-Something
Actual Age: 27 years old
Generation: Millennial (Generation Y)
Biological Origin: Mostly Caucasian/White and/or of European Descent
Country: United States
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Fellow One Research Identifies this ‘The Four Body Types’ Body Type Quiz/Test Participant’s Body Type as a:
Body Type Three (Possible Body Type Four)
Basic Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Self-Determined (SD) Health Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3.33
Basic Fellow One Research Calculated (FORC) Health Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
3.64

What Does My Body Type Three (BT3) Mean?


Life is all about balance. Unbalance allows a human being to truly understand balance by recognizing, honestly, what their unbalances truly are. All be it some more than others, all human beings are unbalanced physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, at least to some extent. But most human beings are very unbalanced and unhealthy. The more unbalanced the body type (BT4 is the most unbalanced body type), including metabolism, the more physical work the specific individual person has to do to bring their human body into a state of true physical balance (BT1).

Body Type One (BT1): Physically balanced (Anatomy Standard).

*Fully developed vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *33 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (0 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *Very Low to Low probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *High tendencies to be symmetrical and attractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters equally as much as physical (body/genetics/DNA) balance.

Body Type Two (BT2): Less Physically Balanced.

*Mostly developed vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *32 to 22 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (1-8 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *Low to Medium probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *Moderate tendencies to be symmetrical and attractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters equally as much if not more (to make up for physical unbalances) while the BT2 person is achieving to physical (body/genes/DNA) balance.

Body Type Three (BT3): More Physically Unbalanced.

*Moderate to mostly undeveloped vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *21 to 11 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (9-17 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *Medium to High probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *Moderate tendencies to be asymmetrical and unattractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters even more (to make up for physical unbalances) while the BT3 person is achieving to physical (body/genetics/DNA) balance.

Body Type Four (BT4): Mostly to Fully Physically Unbalanced.

*Mostly to completely undeveloped vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *10 to 0 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (18-26 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *High to Very High probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *High tendencies to be asymmetrical and unattractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters even that much more (to make up for physical unbalances) while the BT4 person is achieving to physical (body/genes/DNA) balance.

More Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Data – Megan Strole & Skinny Fat, Back Pain, Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle


Skinny Fat & Back Pain

The Four (4) Body Types-Body Type Quiz/Test Results 715, Body Type Three (BT3) Female - Fellow One Research ParticipantSkinny fat has not ever been a serious problem in my life. I never experienced the skinny fat phenomenon in the past and/but I am not experiencing the skinny fat phenomenon in my life at present. After reviewing my body, I am experiencing and/or have experienced skinny fat including thin fat, cellulite, crepey skin, loose/saggy skin, and/or normal weight obesity, in general, relative to: nowhere as far as I can tell.

On average, I do not experience back aches and pain. I feel back aches and pains in my body in relation to: nowhere and it is directly relative to my Body Type Three (BT3).


Diet (Food & Drink/Hydration)
Basic Self-Determined Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Diet Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Diet Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
2.6

I believe my daily diet is questionably healthy overall. I would say my diet is evenly mixed omnivore. I eat 2 meals per day but they are not all nutritionally balanced; I am not getting all my nutrients. I eat mostly fast/processed/junk food. I drink alcohol once to a few times per month following the recommended 1 glass/day women/2 per day men. I drink no more than the equivalent of 4, 8 ounce glasses of clean water daily and I am dehydrated.


Cardio & Resistance (Weight Lifting, Calisthenics (Body Weight), Isometrics/Gravity) Exercise Training
Basic Self-Determined Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Exercise Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
4
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Exercise Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
4.67

Body Type Test/Quiz Results 715, Body Type Three (BT3) Female - Fellow One Research Participant - The Four (4) Body TypesIn my opinion, my weekly cardio exercise training routine is healthy. I do cardio exercise 3x per week. My training is 60 minutes per day. I like the following types of cardio activities: running, treadmill, rowing machine, workout class (varies), and the like.

My belief is that my weekly resistance exercise training routine is healthy. I do resistance training 30 minutes per day; 3x per week. I enjoy the following kinds of resistance exercise training activities: weightlifting/weight-training as it stands now.

My daily work/job/career is slightly strenuous/active, I at least walk/move a fair amount.


Lifestyle (Career, Relationships, Travel, Hobbies, Sleep, etc.)
Basic Self-Determined Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Lifestyle Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Lifestyle Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
3.67

I think my lifestyle overall is questionably healthy. I get 5.0 to 6.0 hours of sleep per day/night on average. My daily/nightly sleep, on average, is of questionable quality as I can toss & turn, awaking refreshed slightly to moderately each morning. I find I am happiest when I partake in the following lifestyle activities: educational opportunities, family relationships, hobbies, financial opportunities, and such.

No, my doctor(s) has never diagnosed me with a hormone imbalance that negatively affected my weight. I am not currently dealing with a doctor-diagnosed hormone imbalance that negatively affects my weight.

If my diet, exercise, and lifestyle were all very healthy my body would look 100% identical to a Body Type One (BT1) with all muscles/muscle mass properly developed. My genetics/DNA play no role in my body type shape; diet, exercise, and lifestyle are the only reason. The soul is real and may play a part in human health, but I am not sure.

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6 thoughts on “Body Type Test (Quiz) Results 715 – Body Type Three (BT3) Female (Woman), Millennial (Generation Y)

  1. Comment #2841

    Hi Megan:

    Thanks for your Fellow One Research Participant, The Four Body Types’ Free Body Type Shape Quiz Calculator submission.

    Please carefully review the above post.

    After reviewing your Quiz data and images it appears you are a Body Type Three (BT3) with at least underdeveloped cervical 6, cervical 7, thoracic 4, thoracic 5, thoracic 6, thoracic 7, thoracic 8, thoracic 9, thoracic 10, thoracic 11, thoracic 12, lumbar 1, lumbar 2, lumbar 3, lumbar 4, lumbar 5, and sacrum vertebrae. Your BT1 Classic Arch and Dimples do not look fully developed. Being a BT3 is supported by your statement, "If/when I put fat weight on my body, it is most likely that I will put the fat weight on in relation to: upper leg/inner thighs, upper leg/back thighs, upper leg/outer thighs, buttocks, lower midriff/waist/hips, midriff/abdomen/belly, upper midriff/diaphragm, upper chest/pectoral/breast, shoulders, upper arms/front/biceps, upper arms/back/triceps, inner upper arms/under arms, middle back, lower back, lower side trunk/love handles, upper side trunk, as accurately as I can figure." as well as your high risk BMI.

    Please answer the following:

    Looking at the BT1 Dimples and Classic Arch here https://fellowone.com/fellow-one-research/the-four-body-types/

    A. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% fully developed, how Developed are your Body Type One (BT1) Dimples?
    B. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% fully developed, how Developed is your Body Type One (BT1) Classic Arch?

    All the years of your life, from 0-27, should be clearly represented in your answers. After double-checking the images here https://fellowone.com/fellow-one-research/the-four-body-types/

    C. What years of your life did you look like a Body Type One (BT1), if any?
    D. What years of your life did you look like a Body Type Two (BT2), if any?
    E. What years of your life did/have you looked like a Body Type Three (BT3)?
    F. What years of your life did you look like a Body Type Four (BT4), if any?

    G. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% True, True or False? Every human body is born the same, with the same muscle mass and development, as per every Standard Science/Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book (BT1). Obesity is solely/only about poor diet, laziness/no exercise, and unhealthy lifestyle habits.

    H. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% True, True or False? The spine/vertebrae (posture) & muscle/muscle mass are main, vital components in the scaffolding, structure, & metabolism of the human body as well as it’s balance, health, & appearance, no less, and directly affects body type (one of The Four Body Types).

    I. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% True, True or False? Mainstream science is right, all any human being has to do to lose weight & look like a Standard Scientific Human Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1) is reduce daily calorie intake & increase daily calorie burn.

  2. Comment #2842

    Comment Type: Exercise

    Exercise Type: Cardio

    Cardio Type: Walking

    Duration: 1.0 hours

    Time of Day: Early Evening

    Name: Moderate/Medium-Intensity/Steady-State Cardio Training Versus High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Workout Classes (Varies)

    Intensity: Moderately Intense

    Moderate/medium-intensity/steady-state cardio training (walking, hiking, jogging, elliptical, treadmill, etc.) versus High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workout classes (varies)

    You mentioned that you want to follow a caloric deficit diet and that for exercise you currently do HIIT classes 3-4 times a week as your schedule allows, and you would like to stick to that.

    For your diet, a low-carb diet that is vegetarian-omnivore focused would be the best choice according to currently known scientific research data, something like the Blue Zone Mediterranean Diet. Whatever diet you choose, the main idea is to stick to it for the entire length of your weight loss journey. Consistency matters. Thus, whatever you choose, you need to be certain that you can really do it, meaning it is financially realistic and you are actually willing to eat the food to genuinely stick to the diet. In terms of daily calorie deficit, how many calories per day are you interested in setting as your daily calorie average goal?

    In terms of exercise, High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is actually exaggerated and, all things considered, not the best exercise to lose weight in the long term. Research has shown that in such high-intensity workouts the body cannot keep up with burning fat to provide energy, so it switches to burning carbohydrates instead. Further, body type matters, and right now HIIT may be working for you at your young age, but do you really want to do it for the rest of your life? The best exercise to lose weight is moderate/medium-intensity and/or steady-state cardio training that is done regularly for a long enough period of time. Like walking. And the probabilities are greatly in favor of you being able to walk at some speed until the day you die.

    Walking, jogging, hiking, or the like 45 minutes to 1.5 hours per day is the best way to lose the most weight in the long run, in harmony with a well-chosen diet. Walking is easy and can be done anywhere. Walk more, drive less, as you can. Yes, it is true that HIIT exercise allows you to pack a more intense exercise training into a shorter period of time, but its overall benefits in terms of sustained weight loss are questionable at this time.

    Also, remember that muscle burns more calories, fat burns much less. So properly building muscles can help increase your metabolic rate and burn more fat. Hence, adding a solid resistance training routine, even if only calisthenics, pilates, or yoga, can definitely help. Properly done weightlifting will also help.

    With all that being said, in terms of your weight loss journey, if you are still adamant about sticking with your HIIT exercise routine, in the end it is your choice.

    • Comment #2883

      I was thinking that I would aim for around 2,000 per day. Based on calculators I have found on line, that would be sufficient in helping me lose weight.
      I never knew that about HIIT training. That is actually helpful. I would like to continue to do it, since it helps with my mental health and stress levels, however with my current schedule, it may be easier to cut back to HIIT training 2-3 times per week, and incorporate walking or jogging into my routine.
      I'm agreeable to doing a combination of HITT training and walking/jogging every week.

      • Comment #2893

        According to current scientific data, https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/healthdisp/pdf/tipsheets/Are-You-at-a-Healthy-Weight.pdf (see attached)

        At 5’4” you should weigh between 110 to 140 pounds to be within a safe medical/scientific Body Mass Index (BMI) weight range. Thus, relative to your current weight of 225 pounds, you would need to achieve weight loss of at least 85 pounds to be at the upper limit of that safe BMI weight range, and 115 pounds to be at the low end.

        Your daily Mifflin-St Jeor daily basal metabolic rate (BMR) calculates at 1754.81 calories, just to maintain your basic vital daily body functioning. So, even if you did no exercise or real movement/activity at all, your body would use/burn roughly 1755 calories each day. The more activity you do, the more calories that are required.

        You stated, “My daily work/job/career is slightly strenuous/active, I at least walk/move a fair amount.” and “I do cardio exercise 3x per week. My training is 60 minutes per day. I like the following types of cardio activities: running, treadmill, rowing machine, workout class (varies), and the like.” Further, you said, “I do resistance training 30 minutes per day; 3x per week. I enjoy the following kinds of resistance exercise training activities: weightlifting/weight-training as it stands now.”

        All of that reckons, using the Harris-Benedict Activity equation, a steady metabolic rate. But the goal is, along with a well-chosen diet, to figure out an exercise routine(s) that you will actually do that will truly increase your metabolism/metabolic rate and burn more fat calories daily to help increase the probabilities that you are successful with your weight loss journey.

        A well-chosen diet is not just about calories - it is about the quality and nutritional value of the food. Whole, organic food is superior, fast/junk/processed food is inferior.

        If you choose a diet that is 2000 calories, you are eating more than your daily BMR average of 1755 calories. So, you would need to increase your metabolism/metabolic rate with more exercise to burn enough calories to successfully lose the weight to get to your safe BMI weight range. And likely that would mean no less than 5 days (7 days in the short term will probably offer even better results) per week at roughly 1 hour a day of medium intensity, steady-state mixed with 20-30 minutes of High-Intensity Interval Training (HITT) cardio exercises along with a well-chosen, healthy diet. Properly done resistance exercise(s) will also help to increase muscle mass which will burn more calories (fat burns much less calories - having too much excess fat on the body will lead to a slow metabolism).

        You can also reduce the amount of exercise/activity required daily by reducing your daily calorie intake to at or below your daily average BMR of 1755. For the short-term, a daily calorie deficit diet is an ok practice that will not negatively affect health, but starving your body in the long-term is NOT a healthy, safe, or advisable weight-loss strategy. Furthermore, if you are going to starve your body, then how nutritional and healthy the food that you do consume daily becomes even more important to ensure that you are getting all the proper nutrients your body requires daily to remain balanced and healthy (all things relative).

        Thoughts?