Proportionality of body — McCallum's formula

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This formula was created by expert methodist John McCallum. It's based on the wrist girth:

  1. 6.5 waist girthis a chest girth.
  2. Waist girth equals 70% of chest.
  3. 53% of the chest equal to hip girth.
  4. Neck is equal to 37% of chest girth.
  5. Biceps is equal to 36% of chest girth.
  6. Lower leg is equal to 34%.
  7. Forearm girth is equal to 29% of chest girth.

This formula isn't correct for everyone because it suggests that the size of the wrist strongly depends on the size of other human bones.

PLANETCALC, Proportionality of the form - McCallum's formula

Proportionality of the form - McCallum's formula

Chest
 
Hip
 
Waist
 
Neck
 
Biceps
 
Lower leg
 
Forearm
 

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