significant association in a decrease in body weight, age, or height, and self-esteem does not exist. Ideally, participants with higher body weight and measurements or what would be considered obese tend to suffer from poor self-image. This is compared to those participants with average body sizes that are generally considered ideal in social settings. The statistic used ties in with the increased levels of obesity in the society and the impact this will have on the population in the future as an essential parameter in health and policy development. Therefore, to determine if this is true, a larger sample size may be used.Descriptive analysis shows the average density was (1.056±0.02) the body fat (19.15±8.4), Age (454.88±12.6), Weight (178.92±29.39), Height (70.15±3.7), Neck (37,99±2.43), Chest (100.82±8.4), Abdomen (92.56±10.78), Hip (99.90±7.16), Thigh (59.40±5.24), Knee (38.59±2.4), Ankle (23.10±1.69), Biceps (32.27±3.02), Forearm (28.66±2.02), Wrist (18.23±0.93) and self-esteem score (5.42± 2.85).
Multiple regression analysis