The Four Body Types

image of the four body types

The Body Types you see in the above image are Generalized. A Body Type Two (BT2) can look Nearly Identical to a Body Type One (BT1), a Body Type Three (BT3) like a BT2, Body Type Four (BT4) like a BT3, and such -- especially the younger one is.

image of the four body types

Female BT1 Arch & Dimples

Female BT1 Arch

Male BT1 Arch & Dimples

Male BT1 Arch

The Four Body Types Overview

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Body Type One (Video)

Body Type One

Body Type Two

Body Type Three

Body Type Four

Body Type 1
Body Type 2
Body Type 3
Body Type 4
Vertebrae Development and Extension *
Vertebrae Fully Developed and Extended
Vertebrae Mostly Developed and Extended
Vertebrae Partially Developed and Extended
Vertebrae Mostly to Fully Undeveloped and Unextended
Number of Vertebrae Developed and Extended (out of 33 Vertebrae, 24 Moveable, 2 Fixed)*
33 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (0 Vertebrae Undeveloped)
32 to 22 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (1-8 Vertebrae Undeveloped)
21 to 11 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (9-17 Vertebrae Undeveloped),
10 to 0 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (18-26 Vertebrae Undeveloped)
Muscle Mass Development*
Muscle Mass Mostly to Fully Developed
Muscle Mass Mostly Developed
Muscle Mass Partially Developed
Muscle Mass Mostly to Fully Undeveloped
Obesity Proclivity*
Very Low To Low Probability of Obesity (a Body Type One Person would really have to neglect their Human Body to become Obese)
Low to Moderate Probability of Obesity
Moderate to High Probability of Obesity
High to Very High Probability of Obesity
Summary
A Body Type One (BT1) Body, starting from birth, is most in balance relative to all other The Four Body Type body types. A Body Type One has a high probability of being more symmetrical. A Body Type One usually requires much less maintenance in terms of Diet, Exercise, and Lifestyle to avoid obesity, especially earlier in life. A Body Type One is usually fully ripped and symmetrical, or easy to attain with little effort.
A Body Type Two (BT2) Body, well taken care of, can look almost identical to a Body Type One. However, a Body Type Two has a tendency to be less symmetrical. A Body Type Two usually requires more maintenance than a Body Type One in terms of Diet, Exercise, and Lifestyle to avoid obesity. With more effort and diligence, Body Type Two can be fully ripped and symmetrical. However, building muscle using machines or other such repetition without true consideration of true body structure, can be a real waste of time and energy in the long run.
A Body Type Three (BT3) Body is usually much less symmetrical and requires much greater effort in terms of Diet, Exercise and Lifestyle to manage obesity. Avoiding obesity entirely can be very difficult, and becoming at least somewhat skinny fat is a strong probability. A Body Type Three, especially as it ages, is usually much less symmetrical and has a much harder time achieving ripped status of any degree. Fully ripped status is not really possible.
A Body Type Four (BT4) Body is the least balanced of all Body Types, is usually not symmetrical, and requires monumental effort in terms of Diet, Exercise and Lifestyle to manage obesity. Avoiding obesity entirely can be almost impossible, with the end result of avoiding obesity being skinny fat, which, can be as difficult to live with as being morbidly obese. A Body Type Four, especially as it ages, is usually very much less symmetrical, if symmetrical at all, other than round. Achieving ripped status is very difficult most any way, and fully ripped status is impossible without honest knowledgable intervention and Herculean effort.
*Data from The Four Body Types Research to Date