Fellow One Research
The Four Body Types
Insights from Gnosis: Living a Health Lifestyle Starts w/ Understanding Which of The Four Body Types You Are Relative to Physical, Mental, Emotional, & Spiritual Balance.
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Insights from Gnosis: Most People Have Their Favorite Celebrities. Why Do Celebrities Have Star Power, While Most Humans Do Not? How Does a Celebrity Get Star Power?
The Skinny Fat Phenomena—sometimes referred to as thin-fat or “normal-weight obesity”—may affect up to one-fourth of normal weight people, according to one 2008 study.
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 Four has 10 to 0 out of 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and muscle mass mostly undeveloped throughout the body as a whole.
Of The Four Body Types, A Body Type Three has 21 to 11 out of 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and muscle mass partially developed throughout the body as a whole.
Of The Four Body Types, A Body Type Two has 32 to 22 out of 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and most muscle mass developed throughout the body as a whole.
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.
Did you know that the human body comes in one of The Four Body Types and there is a reason why you are a certain Body Type?
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