Tampa’s Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology Department had the opportunity to participate in the hydrostatic body fat analysis test conducted by Mr. Chris Giese, who provided his mobile hydrostatic testing clinic on campus.  Students were able to use results from the hydrostatic testing and compare these results to other anthropometric measures discussed in their Health and Fitness Appraisal and Wellness course.  After two weeks of learning the foundation of body fat testing, as well as performing skinfold caliper testing and bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA), students were able to compare their results to that of a hydrostatic weighing device. In concluding the event, students were able to demonstrate that underwater weighing is often seen as the “gold standard” in body fat analysis.