There are two methods of determining your neck circumference: Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram. Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.
Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.
Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.
Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.
Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.
Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.
Axillary Arm Circumference
Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.
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