ph360 Biotype Quiz
What is your Name?
What is your Height?
What is your Weight?
In comparison to other women, your body generally ...

Don't compare yourself to men, as they tend to run warmer than women anyway.
Just think about you and your friends and how you react to weather changes.
Check out the details in each question if you're unsure how to answer.

You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
has trouble warming up in the cold and needs warm or hot temperatures to feel normal
Additional info
This is what you'd answer if you almost always have cold hands and feet and need to be in a room that practically feels like a sauna to others just to feel normal. These are the people who generally have aversions to air conditioners or would have their hat scarf and gloves in the late fall when most people are still only in jackets.
can adapt to any temperature easily with the right clothes
Additional info
This is what the majority of people would answer. Feeling cold in extreme winter and hot in extreme summer is normal.
often feels hot or has trouble cooling down in the heat and needs cool weather or breeze to feel good
Additional info
This is what you'd select if you tend to run hot and can't live without air conditioner in the summer and are probably one of the first people to get rid of the hat, scarf, gloves and jacket in the spring when others may still choose to cover up.
Make a circle around your dominant wrist with your other hand's thumb and middle finger. Without squeezing hard or forcing anything, the middle finger and thumb…
You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
overlap for sure - I can cover at least half the nail of my middle finger with my thumb
touch easily - I can make my middle finger and thumb touch without squeezing my wrist
barely touch or leave a gap
Bend your dominant arm to squeeze your muscle to make your bicep flex. Your arm should now be at a 90 degree angle. How many fingers can you easily (without squishing) put between your elbow crease or crook and the initial bulge of your bicep (where the tendon stops)?

With your arm bent, put your fingers on the inner part of your elbow and feel for that cable-like tendon. It’s what attaches your upper arm muscle to the bone of your forearm. This tendon is what we’re trying to measure.

Now flex your arm like a body builder, squeezing your muscle hard. Keep your fingers on that cable-like tendon and start moving your fingers just a little bit up the arm. Feel for where that tendon stops and the bicep muscle starts. It’s usually just a few centimeters away from the elbow’s bend.

So making sure that you’re flexing hard while your arm is up at a 90 degree angle (like the corner of a box), see how many fingers (if any at all) can fit easily in that space along the tendon between the elbow’s bend and the beginning of your bicep muscle.

If you have an extra layer of fat in the arm, feel through the soft tissue to where the hard muscle is underneath (Yes! We all have bicep muscles!)

Don’t squish as many fingers in as possible but measure what fits easily.

Your left and right arm should be similar, so if one side is hard to figure out, try the other.

This doesn’t measure how strong you are or how much you work out. It just measures the length of that cable-like tendon.

You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
None, or possibly just 1
1, maybe 2 could fit
2 for sure
Definitely 3, potentially more
Your body tends to look like which shape in the mirror?
You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 3)
Apple - tend to maintain slender legs. Extra weight would mostly accumulate on the abdominal area, making the lower body look much leaner than the upper body
Full Hourglass - tend to gain in the upper and lower body but still maintain a visibly smaller waistline than the much wider hips and shoulders
Pear - almost all extra weight is put only around the hips and thighs with just a bit on the belly, making the upper body look much leaner than the lower body and hips are quite curvy
Even - tend to be on the lighter side, maintaining a slender or athletic figure with weight evenly distributed or just a little extra in the belly.
Full-figured - tend to be on the heavier side with extra weight gained evenly in the upper, middle and lower body.
Think back to when you were about 7 or 8, were you...

Think back to those days when you were in school and compare the shape and size of your body to the other children of the same age.
Many people who are much bigger now than they were before, perceive their childhood shape as very lean and thin.
Similarly, many people who are currently lean perceive their childhood weight as well above normal.
But don’t compare your childhood weight to now. Compare your childhood shape to other children of the same age.

You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
lightweight, skinny or lanky as a child? (weighing less than most kids your age)
very much in the normal range?
rather solid, average or even chubby as a child? (weighing more than most kids your age)
Compare the thickness of your legs to other women. Would you say your legs are...

Take a moment to look at your legs in the mirror.
Are they able to get thick and muscular or do they tend to stay lean and slender?
Don't compare your legs to your upper body but focus only on the thighs and calves.
Don't compare your legs to men, but focus on women who naturally have some fat on their thighs.
Select how your legs are now, not the way the once were or how you think they should be.

You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
rather thick - lots of muscle or fat mass
quite average - can gain strong muscles but I don't have to focus too much on the legs to keep them lean
rather thin - lean legs that don't really gain much muscle
Which best describes the length of your legs?

Take a look at the picture and notice how leg length is very much related to overall height, but also the ratio between the bottom half and the top half.

You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
Short - Short in height, inseam of 30" or less
Additional info
Women who are under 5'3 (160cm) could fall into this category if the legs tend to look short.
Medium-Short - Average height and average leg length, or legs that look particularly short for your body (especially in the femur).
Additional info
Women who are between 5'2 (157cm) and 5'5 (165cm) could fall into this category if the legs tend to look short or have a short femur (thigh bone).
Medium-Long - You are medium-tall in height or your legs look long for your body. If you have a long leg to torso ratio, then your legs are not short.
Additional info
Women who are between 5'3 (160cm) and 5'8 (173cm) could fall into this category if the legs tend to look long or have a generally long femur (thigh bone).
Long - Generally tall in height with an inseam of 32" or more
Additional info
Women who are over 5'6 (168cm) could fall into this category if the legs tend to look quite elongated
I really don't know
Think about your body throughout your adulthood. Which sentence best applies to you?
You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
I'm generally lean or slender
I have a medium build with medium bone structure
I would consider myself sturdy with a large bone structure
Which sentence best fits in regards to your weight
You can select multiple answers if you are unsure (Max: 2)
I'm able to lose weight easily or even have trouble putting on weight
I'm pretty average and my weight can increase or decrease based on what I do to make it change
I've always been bigger than average and have trouble losing weight