Research Participant 311 – Body Type Two (BT2) Female (Woman), Generation Z

FORCA (Fellow One Research Combined Average) Health Score [5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy]

3.44

Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculation

19

BMI Minimal, Moderate, High Risk

Minimal Risk

O. T. Body Type Two - Fellow One Research Free Body Type Shape Quiz Calculator- The Four Body Types Research Participant 311

Fellow One Research Participant O. T. Bio Summary – Body Type Two (BT2)


I have studied The Four Body Types and I believe I am a Body Type Two (BT2). Obesity has slightly been a problem in my life. As mentioned, obesity has never been a problem in my life. I was at my heaviest weight when I reached 95 pounds at age 21. The most weight I ever lost was 6 pounds when I was 14. I did not have any weight to lose. I gained back 0 of those pounds in a span of 2 month(s).

I have not experienced the obesity weight gain & loss management roller coaster ride, it has not been 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: midriff/abdomen/belly, upper midriff/diaphragm, as accurately as I can figure. Like I said, I have not dealt with obesity in my life and I'm not sure of the effects of diet, exercise, lifestyle, or genetics/DNA. 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 1, cervical 2, thoracic 12, lumbar 1, lumbar 2, lumbar 3, lumbar 4, as best I can surmise. I am confident I am a Body Type Two (BT2) because I have between (1) and eight (8) vertebrae undeveloped. I am quite sure my body does not looks 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. I am certain I do not have the fully developed BT1 classic arch and dimples, which strengthens my belief I'm a BT1.


Fellow One Research Participant O. T. Identifies as a Body Type Two (BT2) (The Four Body Types)
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Biological Gender: Female (Woman)
Current Height: 4'11 inches
Current Weight: 94 pounds
General Age: 20-Something
Actual Age: 21 years old
Generation: Generation Z
Biological Origin: I am a Fair Mix
Country: United States
Fellow One Research Participant - The Four Body Types Identifier

Fellow One Research Identifies this ‘The Four Body Types’ Research Participant’s Body Type as a:
Body Type Two
Basic Self-Determined Research Participant Health Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3.5
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Participant Health Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
3.38


 

What Does My Body Type Two (BT2) 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), 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 Participant Data – O. T. & Skinny Fat, Back Pain, Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle


Skinny Fat & Back Pain

The Four Body Types Research Participant 311 - Oxana Turgiss Body Type Two - Fellow One Research

Skinny fat has been a slighlty serious problem in my life overall. I never experienced the skinny fat phenomenon in the past and/but I am presently experiencing the skinny fat phenomenon in my life. After reviewing my body, I am experiencing and/or have experienced skinny fat relative to: buttocks, midriff/abdomen/belly, lower side trunk/love handles, as far as I can tell.

On average, I experience back aches and pain. I feel back aches and pains in my body in relation to: cervical 1, cervical 2, and it is directly relative to my Body Type Two (BT2).


Diet (Food & Drink/Hydration)

Basic Self-Determined Research Participant Diet Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
4
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Participant Diet Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
2.8
 

My daily diet is healthy overall. I would say my diet is 100% vegetarian. I eat 3 meals per day but they are not all nutritionally balanced; I am likely not getting all my nutrients. I eat a fair mix of whole regular & 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 Research Participant Exercise Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
2.5
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Participant Exercise Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
3.33
 

Oxana Turgiss Body Type Two - The Four Body Types Research Participant 311 - Fellow One ResearchMy weekly cardio exercise training routine is questionably healthy. I do cardio exercise 1x per week. My training is less than 15 minutes per day. I like the following types of cardio activities: walking and the like.

My weekly resistance exercise training routine is unhealthy. I do resistance training 30 minutes per day; 1x per week. I enjoy the following kinds of resistance exercise training activities: yoga as it stands now.


Lifestyle (Career, Relationships, Travel, Hobbies, Sleep, etc.)

Basic Self-Determined Research Participant Lifestyle Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
4
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Participant LifestyleScore (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
4
 

My lifestyle overall is healthy. I get 6.0 to 7.5 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: career/job/work, educational opportunities, family relationships, platonic relationships-friendships, pet relationships, hobbies, travel, medical/healthcare affiliations, and such.

If my diet, exercise, and lifestyle were all very healthy my body would not 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 “Research Participant 311 – Body Type Two (BT2) Female (Woman), Generation Z

  1. 1. I’ve always been unsure which generation I belong to because of the year I was born in. Others could consider me into either generation. I was raised by baby boomers so that would make me feel like I belong to the millenial generation. However, due to the actual defination I would fall into the Generation Y option.

    2. The type of resistance training I do, yoga, is really inconsistent. Last year I did it every week, this year I do it maybe once a month. I believe I also checked off hiking which I do more often. During different seasons I’m more active. For example, when college was in person I would go to the gym but I can’t do that anymore.

    3 and 4. Most of the data variables that were asked made sense. I’m confused on why the distinction between general age and distinction error was made. It has the potential to skew the margin of error. When asking for generation, and then getting the results, could this become overgeneralize to the whole population. I don’t know what the sample size is so I can’t say for sure. When asking for biological gender the results can also become altered because how people sexually orientate themselves is changing, but maybe that involves the generational aspect. On a scale of 1-10 I would say the logical reasoning behind the variables is a 8.

    5. How the pictures are being used. It feels weird to be asked to take a picture of a back to someone I don’t know. Although studies are supposed to be confidential I would be concerned that my pictures will somehow end up online when you look up my name. I also don’t completely understand how my writing is helping for research purposes. Thus, a small blurb about how all this data would be used would be helpful if it’s not already included somewhere or in the term and agreements.

  2. 1. You stated you are a Millennial (Gen Y). While technically on the cusp, your age is actually more strongly affiliated with Generation Z. Please confirm which you actually consider yourself to be?

    2.You mentioned you do no resistance exercise but checked the yoga box. If you do yoga, how much do you do per day, each week? If none, please confirm none.

    3.On a scale of 1-10, 10 being Makes Real Logical And Reasonable Sense, how Logical And Reasonable would you say the Fellow One Research variables and data are, as you understand them now?

    4. As per #1, Why?


    5. What could be done better to help better explain and show the research data to date?


  3. Hi O. T.:

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

    Please review the Research Participant Post above.

    I agree you are a Body Type Two (BT2).

    You stated, “If/when I put fat weight on my body, it is most likely that I will put the fat weight on in relation to: midriff/abdomen/belly, upper midriff/diaphragm, as accurately as I can figure.” and that “…I am confident that the following vertebra(e) in my body are underdeveloped if not undeveloped: cervical 1, cervical 2, as best I can surmise. I am confident I am a Body Type Two (BT2) because I have between (1) and eight (8) vertebrae undeveloped. I am quite sure my body looks identical to a Body Type One (BT1) with all muscles developed & defined. My body has always had the fully developed BT1 classic arch, dimples, vertebrae (posture), and muscle. I am certain I have the fully developed BT1 classic arch and dimples, which strengthens my belief I’m a BT1”

    I realize lighting and shadows and angles and the like can be tricky in photos, but it appears from review of your submtted photos — VIDEO: http://recordit.co/3jAGpvrWhT — that perhaps the lower thoracic vertebrae and lumbar vertebrae might be a bit underdeveloped.

    Please take a second look here https://fellowone.com/fellow-one-research/the-four-body-types/ at the Body Type One (BT1) Standard Anatomy Image, Classic Arch Image, and Dimples Image:

    1. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your (BT1) Classic Arch is?

    2. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your (BT1) Dimples are?

    3. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed, how Developed would you say your midriff/abdominal muscles are?

    4. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your thoracic 11 vertebra is?

    5. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your thoracic 12 vertebra is?

    6. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your lumbar 1 vertebra is?

    7. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your lumbar 2 vertebra is?

    8. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your lumbar 3 vertebra is?

    9. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your lumbar 4 vertebra is?

    10.On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% Fully Developed (vertebrae extension/posture and muscle mass), how Developed would you say your lumbar 5 vertebra is?

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