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    It is called connective tissue and muscle morphology based on skeletal mass. Go read some anatomy text books.

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    Default Spin off : what does obese look like?

    The pictures are body condition scores. Not body mass index.

    I think you are debating different things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    It is called connective tissue and muscle morphology based on skeletal mass. Go read some anatomy text books.
    That doesn't give you the body types depicted in the image. I give up. You're talking nonsense.

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    Very interesting. I'm so close to being overweight instead of obese..

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    Wow that's a little condescending. The article is about people's perception of what they considered to be healthy not anatomical and physiological traits based on ethnicity. You are over thinking it far too much.
    Last edited by Ngaiz; 10-10-2015 at 21:57.

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    And I was naively thinking this would be a simple thread.

    I'm amazed (and a little scared lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    And I was naively thinking this would be a simple thread.

    I'm amazed (and a little scared lol)
    It is simple to me (the concept that is). Some people are just overthinking it. Most of us 'get it', I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I think my second guess was right.
    You did too! Sorry I missed it 😳

    Here's for you 💐💐💐

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    How???????

    One of the key components of BMI is height!!!

    If you're a tall person with a BMI in the obese range, that's probably because you're obese.

    Yes you can carry a tonne more weight then a shorter person can, and won't necessarily be obese/overweight which is why BMI calculates your weight based on your height...........
    So someone at 200 cms like my partner is obese at 120kilos? Yeah lots of sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    So someone at 200 cms like my partner is obese at 120kilos? Yeah lots of sense
    Yes he is unless very muscular.

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