I went in to the gym today and got skinfold measurements done with calipers, before working out and after breakfast. The average skinfold was 22 mm, and the personal trainer did rough math in his head and came out with 9.5% bf.
I'd be happy with this, but my abdominal muscles are barely visible and my waist (measured about half an inch above the umbilicus) is 33". Measured at the umbilicus, 33.5".
A lot of people found the estimation on http://anabolicminds.com/forum/weigh...hlight=bodyfat to be pretty consistent with their caliper readings, but that calculator puts me at 14.5%, which sounds more reasonable considering my abdominal fat.
Is it just that I'm more genetically prone to store the majority of my fat around the waist? What's the deal?