This paper presents the experimental investigation of the characterization of the narrowband on-body radio propagation channel at 2.45 GHz. Wearable planar textile monopole antennas (TM) were used in this measurement campaign. The measurements were conducted in the RF-shielded room environment, considering eight on-body radio links. A statistical analysis was conducted on the spectral parameters of the channel to enable the prediction and modeling of dynamic on-body radio propagation characteristics. The empirical data were fitted to several well-known statistical models to determine the model that provided the best fit for the data. The results showed that the path loss exponent was consistent with the results of previous studies. The results also demonstrated that lognormal distribution was found to be the best fit for path loss in dynamic on-body radio propagation channel.