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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I have no waist either Kitty. You have the same body type as me. It's frustrating bc it makes me look bigger in the tummy than I really am. And when I take measurements I'm classed as obese for my waist yet my hips are the same measurements and are in a good range I've always wanted a waist!
    I had absolutely no waist before I started hectic weight training. My mum used to make jokes about my measurements being 34 34 34. I l must look like such a douche with all these selfies but they are from my ig account.

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    Agree that it's really interesting to see how different everyone is - in a really good way! Yay for diversity

    I'm 164cm tall and currently weigh 62kg, which is 23.1 BMI. This time last year is just run a half marathon & weighed 58kg, which is my ideal weight (BMI of 21.6). They're both technically within the healthy range, but I certainly feel a lot more comfortable at the lighter weight. Things aren't fitting me properly at the moment

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    I wouldnt mind a bit of a bum. Im flat bottomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trusty Chords View Post
    I had absolutely no waist before I started hectic weight training. My mum used to make jokes about my measurements being 34 34 34. I l must look like such a douche with all these selfies but they are from my ig account.

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    Holy shizenballs, what a transformation! So jealous of your guns!

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    I've thought about corset training just to give myself a waist!

    I'm 160cm or 5'3. 68kg BMI of 26. I need to lose 2kg to get into a healthy range. It's been a rough few years but I've let myself slide the last year. I'm actually feeling quite determined after these threads to lose that 8kg I've been saying I'm going to lose for a while now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Holy shizenballs, what a transformation! So jealous of your guns!
    Thank you! I used to think that I just wasn't built to have a waiste or bum but weight training has totally chaanged my shape.

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    I just checked, apparently it's 20.
    I'm 170ish cm tall, 58kg. Size 8, sometimes 6, depends on brand.

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    BMI is 21. 57.2 kg , 164 cm. My BMI used to be 18...I was 51kg when I got pregnant with DD 6 years ago. Have never been that weight since and I weighed that for years. How depressing.

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    BMI is 44.8. I'm 156 and around 109kg. I did get down to 104.5 but it's crept up. I'd say due to stress. I have been up to 120. I wear anything from a 20 to a 26, though the 26s are getting a little big.

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    21.5 apparently.

    I go for clothes fitting well and tone these days.

    160cm and 55kg. Size 8-10.



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