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    Bone mass %

    I know they are not accurate..but as I want to loose some fat before starting gear(last five year i didnt care about bodyfat) and I bought smart scale just to track progress..but wtf it showing me some ridiculous numbers..
    I mean..i google it and cannot find something similiar to me...on scale it says that my bone mass is 8.5% wtf
    All i can find online are guys with 3-4% bone mass. Can it be correct that i have that much or it must be mistake?

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    I'm not sure how it's calculating, but I wouldn't really trust it. I'd say get a dexa scan if you really want to know.
    That said, bones aren't going to make up a lot of your mass for sure.

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    Who gives a f**k? If you're fat you'll know it. Worrying about how much of the scale weight is bone or guts or whatever... SMFH.

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    i've never cared what my bone mass % is. is there any particular reason you want to know?
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    Bone mass???

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    Your bone density is a good indicator for your weight and body mass. The relative density of your bones can predict your body mass within 87 percent using two methods: measuring your bone mineral density (BMD) and the calculating the cross-sectional area of the proximal femur. The combination of these methods is one of the best current indicators of obesity for skeletal remains. This indicates that the mass of your bones is proportional to your weight. Heavier or obese individuals will have denser bones, and their skeletons will make up a similar percentage of their overall mass.
    So they use bone density to see if skeletons belonged to obese people. So unless you're an osteopathic 65 year old woman and you're worried about breaking your bones easily it doesn't seem to matter what so ever. If you want objective measurements of your body fat% why not use any of the proven and effective methods, that you as a living person and not a skeleton have access to, for finding that information out? Just out of curiosity, why the fuck do you want to know how much your bones weigh>

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    Thanks boys. Well no,i didnt want to know about my bones but i seen it on scale and was like wtf. I didnt know that anyone measure that even. Dont all attack me immediately,i just ask lol

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    Those scales are highly inaccurate. Not sure about this bone mass stuff. I've never even thought about it to be honest

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock View Post
    Those scales are highly inaccurate. Not sure about this bone mass stuff. I've never even thought about it to be honest
    Thanks. I bought it for fun,was very cheap too..300% discount..and i needed scale anyway and i know i got fat so f...it lets see...i am not surprised by any other number just about this bone mass thing which i first time seen and then check in the scale book it says normal is 3-4% and then check on internet and nobody got it 8%. I know they are not accurate but if I am fat it not gonna show me I am shredded...

    I mean i never broke any of my bones and never had any problem with bones or wrists at any time in life..

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    Quote Originally Posted by e^ipi+1=0 View Post
    Your bone density is a good indicator for your weight and body mass. The relative density of your bones can predict your body mass within 87 percent using two methods: measuring your bone mineral density (BMD) and the calculating the cross-sectional area of the proximal femur. The combination of these methods is one of the best current indicators of obesity for skeletal remains. This indicates that the mass of your bones is proportional to your weight. Heavier or obese individuals will have denser bones, and their skeletons will make up a similar percentage of their overall mass.
    So they use bone density to see if skeletons belonged to obese people. So unless you're an osteopathic 65 year old woman and you're worried about breaking your bones easily it doesn't seem to matter what so ever. If you want objective measurements of your body fat% why not use any of the proven and effective methods, that you as a living person and not a skeleton have access to, for finding that information out? Just out of curiosity, why the fuck do you want to know how much your bones weigh>
    He aint dead. And let's be brutally honest - it'll be pretty fkin obvious if he's fat.

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