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What Is The Ideal Weight For A 54 Female Teen
Expected pattern: The expected weight for a woman at 64" tall is about 130 lb by cdc /nationalcenter for health statistics guidelines. Variation with muscle mass and other factors widen the range from 115-145. You can download a growth chart from the cdc website and look at the patterns by gender and age.www.cdc.gov/growthcharts. ...Read more
Varies: At a height of 5'2", a weight of between 101 and 136 lbs will give you a normal body mass index (bmi) of between 18.5 and 25. However, this number does not account completely for other factors like skeletal frame and muscle mass. People with large frames and high muscle mass will have higher bmis that are normal, and therefore can weigh more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: I can't calculate that since i don't have enough information. The classic calculation which is your body mass index (bmi) is based on your gender, weight, and height. You can easily find those tables on the internet. However, if you don't have an average female build (more muscular or minimally muscular), that may not be an accurate value. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Less than 169#: Check out http://nhlbisupport.Com/bmi/ which is a body mass index calculator. Normal bmi is 20-25 so maximum weight for fe/male who stands 69" tall is <169#. Overweight bmi is 25-30 while obese bmi is >30. Age is irrelevant in calculating weight. However, muscle mass & body composition is more important than just weight since you don't want to be skinny fat eg normal weight but all fat w/o muscle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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