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How Much Should I Weigh At 5f4
Loaded Question!!: The general answer is at your height and weight there is a range of weights that could be "ideal". Generally the answer would be from 120-130. But depends on amt of muscle & fat. Even more so, is there something going on medically that would keep u from ever weighing those amts: Insulin resistance, anemia, thyroid pblms, low testosterone, menopause...See a weight management doctor. ...Read more
See below: Ideal body weight for a male 5' 3" tall (using 2 formulas) is 125.4 - 126.1 lbs. Bmi at those weights would be in the middle of normal range (18-25): 22. Of course, bmi might be skewed higher if very muscular. Eat healthfully; exercise regularly. See fp at least once a year for preventive measures. ...Read more
Complex Q, depending: The "ideal" weight depends on your age, sex, height, but also more factors like genetics, "frame type", & birth weight, so there is no 1 answer. Based on BMI (body mass index) considerations, your weight should be 104.4 - 141.1 lbs. The AVERAGE weight for an American of your height is between 115 - 125 lbs., but again, you may not want to be in that range; it depends on your health & condition. ...Read more
Ideal weight: Your ideal weight would be around 140 pounds with the data you supplied. ...Read more
Body Composition: It is much more important what your body composition is than the pounds on your scale. You should shoot for a body fat percentage of less than 26 as a woman. ...Read more
At least 130 pounds: A healthy weight can vary depending on a person's natural body build, how much muscle there is, how much fat there is, how much exercise she does, etc... A 5'11" may weigh about 130-170 pounds. ...Read more
Around: 140 to 171 pounds. Higher if you have a large amount of muscle. Take care. ...Read more
154 pounds: Easy way to estimate without looking at charts is to start with 106 pounds for 5 foot male, add 6 pounds for each inch=another 48 pounds-totaling 154 pounds. ...Read more
Concern about Weight:
I understand your concern about your weight.
Weight depends upon your built, diet, exercise and stresses in your life.
For your age and height average weight is 135 lbs (Range 115-155lbs)
It is NOT what your weight is
IT IS How you accept yourself
See a Therapist for self- acceptance, self-esteem, coping skills for stresses of parental fights, separation, divorce; peer pressure and identity. ...Read more
Girl or Guy?:
For a woman the formula is 100 pounds for 5 ft tall and 5 pounds for each inch there after (160 would be the answer)
for a man the formula is 106 pounds for 5ft tall and 6 poundsfor each inch there after. (he would be 178 plus a margin of 10% for frame size equals 161-195lbs). ...Read more
About: 110. The key is to see abdominal clear lines of definition and demarcation (CLODD) = "no visible fat". See 31 Wellness Protecting Numbers at www. Thpmc. Org. HRS, MD, FACC ...Read more
You decide: Your best weight is what looks and feels right to you while you are able to take part in the sports activities that you enjoy, successfully. Photo guy isn't complaining or worrying about his "bmi". If you want to put on more muscle but can't despite training, you may have malabsorption or maldigestion; your physician can help. ...Read more
Roughly:: Roughly 100 to 121 pounds.Get a more detailed answer ›
Found on internet:
Here's a handy site for that...
http://www. Halls. Md/ideal-weight/body. Htm. ...Read more
By american standards the wieght would be 106 pounds for 6 feet and 6 pounds for each additional inch (15 x 6 =90)
196 is the goal weight- you can add and subtract 10% for small and large frames making the range- 176-216 pounds. ...Read more
30mins until you can increase your time in 15 mins blocks. ..It depends also what are you trying to achive? Weigh loss? Muscle? Cardio?
That makes a difference! ...Read more