endomorph

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endomorph

[′en·də‚mȯrf]
(psychology)
A somatotype suggested by W.H. Sheldon to describe a person with a rounded physique; associated with viscerotonia.
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The good news is that endomorph women who are in shape, such as J-Lo and Sophia Loren, are often thought of as voluptuous and sensual.
The average weight of the mesomorphs was 64 kg with BMI of 22 and mean weight of the endomorphs recorded was 82 kg with BMI of 27.
Mesomorphs used to take balanced diet, whereas 35% of endomorphs used to take diet majorly comprised of carbohydrates and fat.
Ideal exercise for endomorphs - Due to their slower metabolic levels, endomorphs need to exercise hard with a greater emphasis on aerobic exercise, according to Rob.
Much to the annoyance of ectomorphs and endomorphs, it's true that mesomorphs can get away with doing less and achieving more.
ENDOMORPHS tend to store body fat, so they need to increase their aerobic activity to keep weight down.
They are not carrying as much body fat as endomorphs and tend to be very muscular, so they are ideally suited to games like soccer, where they can run short distances in spurts and use their strength.
IntelligEntities consist of Skelegons, Endomorphs and Multi-meshes, which allow objects to carry data well beyond simple geometry.