Originally Posted by v3xi
Interesting, thanks for the link. Did some research and bod pod is #3 ranked way to measure BF % and has an error range of 2% to 5%. The #1 method which is super expensive to get done has an error range of 0.1% to 1.5%.
That % error could also mean that his bodyfat was even lower than 7.7%. And obviously his bodyfat % would be even lower at weigh-ins before a fight.
Anderson had a similar test done earlier this year and he weighed 212 lbs (looked pretty chubby in the midsection in the pics as well) and had 19.1% bodyfat.
Regardless, we'll see if the lower bodyfat will have an noticeable impact on Penn's performance come fight night.