Fellow One Research
The Four Body Types
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Fellow One Research Participant Meredith Smith Discusses Female Body Types Including Her Own Body Type Three Weight Loss and Gain Obesity Roller Coaster Ride.
OPWG Book Reader Question #4 - What is My Body Type? Taylor Mautz in Wisconsin asks advice about his Body Type Two and Undeveloped Lumbar Vertebrae Issues.
OPWG Book Reader Question #3 - Body Type Two Muscle Mass, Posture, & Skinny Fat. A reader, Heather Purdon from TN, asks a question about her Body Type Two.
OPWG Book Reader Question #2 - Muscle Mass, Posture, Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle. Evette Weiss from NY asks about her Body Type Two, Posture, & Muscle Mass.
Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Book Podcast Episode Seven (7), Reader Question Edition w/ Aarion Browne (MD): Body Type, Muscle Mass, & Discrimination.
Insights from Gnosis: All Human Bodies are Not Born the Same. Some Have More Muscle, Some More Fat. Vertebrae, Posture & Muscle Mass Explain The Four Body Types.
OPWG Book Reader Question #1 - Muscle Mass, Body Type & Discrimination. Aarion Browne from DC/MD expresses concern about The Four Body Types.
Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Book Podcast Episode Six (6): Why Body Type Matters and How Genetics, Muscle Mass, & Posture Play Into Things.
This weeks Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) book podcast Episode Four (4) discusses the Skinny Fat Phenomenon & Lack of Muscle Mass, especially in Body Types 2, 3, & 4.
Insights from Gnosis: What if all human bodies are born with the same NUMBER of muscles but have different overall muscle development & muscle mass relative to obesity?
In response to the current nationwide & global adult & childhood obesity epidemic, in 2003 Fellow One Research began research on The Four Body Types & Star Power.
Of The Four Body Types, A Body Type One has all 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and most if not all muscle fully developed throughout the body as a whole.