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    165cm tall, weight unknown (don't own scales) I'll guess about 50kg?, size 6-8, Bmi unknown.
    I am genetically lucky that I have always thin without trying. I am fine with my weight, wish I could find clothes that fit me properly though (but that's a whole new thread)

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    Mine was 46!!!


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.

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    Mine was 46!!!


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    Without sounding mushy both you and anewme are my inspiration to lose the many many kilos I need to lose

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    I just calculated my bmi based on my weight yesterday which has gone up a couple of kg because I had two weeks off training and just started loading creatine again (it initial makes me puffy because I drink way more water and get a bit of fluid retention especially with doms.) And at (169cm drivers liscence height and weight 82kg) it's 28.7! Almost obese as obese is over 30. I was previously 40.3 and will admit I was obese then.

    This is a photo of me today and my body fat is aprox 28% and waist aprox 70-75cm according to my clothes which is in the healthy range regardless of my bmi being overweight almost obese. I alsi am a strength athlete (powerlifter).

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    27. 160cm and 71kg. It has been 42 though, so I'm happy with being "overweight," especially since my body fat percentage is fine as is my waist circumference. I figure I'm healthy enough.
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    163cm and 55kg, so BMI = 20

    Been pretty much that my whole adult life, (I'm 38) apart from times of high stress where I can become underweight.
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    My BMI is 19. I'm 167cm tall and 54kg. Am a size 8-10 (sometimes 6 on top but not normally)

    I am happy with my weight but would ideally like to tone my belly, but with an 8 month old and plans for more kids I honestly cbf

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    167cm
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    I am naturally light, I'm not sure if I have light bones or something, but I'm lighter than friends of mine who are both shorter and thinner than me. I don't think BMI is a very good measurement tool, because when I was at my fittest and most healthy in terms of diet and exercise, my BMI was 17. At my current (and usual) weight, I have a fair amount of belly fat (enough to grab at in the later half of my cycle), which I think I read was the least healthy area for fat to be deposited.

    I maintain this weight regardless of eating junk or not exercising, so I think this is probably my natural weight. I could be smaller if I watched what I ate but I like pizza too much

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    38yrs, 174cm tall, 88kg, BMI 29.5, size 16. DS is 4 months old and I'm slowly building my motivation to get back to a size 12(70ish kg). I did it after DD so I know it can be done!!!

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    BMI - 40.8.
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    I need to lose a heap of weight after baby was born to lower my insurance premium and to get rid of the clause against trauma (basically I'm not insured if I have a heart attack, stroke, etc)

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