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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24-10-2013 13:38 #141has left the building
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24-10-2013 13:38 #142
Mine was 46!!!
Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
24-10-2013 13:47 #143
24-10-2013 14:22 #144
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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24-10-2013 15:01 #145
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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24-10-2013 17:29 #146
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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24-10-2013 17:43 #147
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
24-10-2013 18:16 #148-
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size 6-8 depending on where I shop
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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24-10-2013 18:49 #149
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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24-10-2013 19:20 #150Senior Member
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BMI - 40.8.
Height - 169
Weight - 118 (pre-preg)
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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