I'm 168 cm, 62kg, BMI 22 (normal) but a flabby size 14. The scales tell me absolutely nothing about my body, I put on fat but not weight for some reason.
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23-10-2013 08:25 #101
23-10-2013 08:34 #102Senior Member
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23-10-2013 08:56 #103
I'm 177cm and 87kg so my bmi is currently 27.8 😩 according to the better health website I'm overweight. I totally agree with this. I put on 18kg when I had DS in April this year. I had twins in 2005 and my weight when I was full term (36 weeks) was 86kg! So I weigh more now than I did when I was pregnant with twins! I was only 20 when I had my girls and my body bounced back after I had them (I was down to 63kg within 8 weeks) this time it's taken me 6 months and I'm still 2kg off pre baby weight. Ideally I'd like to get back to 70kg which is what I weighed when I got married in April 2011. This has actually shocked me quite a lot
23-10-2013 09:06 #104
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23-10-2013 09:22 #105
I haven't read all the responses, but I have flicked through the pics. My first comment is: so many beautiful women! And I'm not talking only about people of a particular size... I genuinely struggle to see how beauty can be simplified and tied to something as simplistic as someone's weight.
I'm 165cm (I think), and currently 51kg - so BMI of 18.
This is by far the least I've weighed since I was about 11... I was about 56kg before getting pregnant, and have progressively lost weight in the year since my daughter was born (breastfeeding...probably also being busier and snacking less).
I'm happy with my size and shape, but then I'd be just as happy if I were the weight I was at my heaviest so far (59kg - BMI ).
Like most women, I have little things that I'd prefer were different with regard to my body, but I actively ignore thoughts like that and focus on the amazing things my body has done and can do. I hate that our society is obsessed with women's bodies, and will do my best not to buy into it.
Edit: I accidently said I was 65cm tall
23-10-2013 09:35 #106
176cm, 60kg. Bmi I think is between 19-20
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23-10-2013 10:25 #107Senior Member
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I am shorty at 152 cm and 58 kg. I am not sure my bmi but I am pretty sure i am a bit over weight. I am size 10- 12 bottom and 12-14 top..i don't like tight tops so i tend to go 1 size larger than normal.. All weight sit under the bust down, big belly, big bum, big thighs, big legs...*sigh*..
23-10-2013 10:59 #108
Size 8-10. 159cms, 51kgs. BMI is 20 = healthy weight
My waist measurement is within normal range when using that method and when calculating my age and height by that method I am also in the healthy range so whichever method I use gives me the same result.
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23-10-2013 11:06 #109
I don't know, I threw out my scales about 5 yrs ago and haven't looked back! I have had some fairly serious body image problems in the past and weighing myself every day gave me anxiety so I threw out my scales and stopped.
Now I just go on the fit of my clothes, I am a size 8-10 if I feel my size 10 jeans getting a bit tight I know it is time to move more and eat a bit less!
Although since being pregnant my thighs look like they are made of hail damaged cottage cheese... not sure what to do about that
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23-10-2013 11:27 #110
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