In Accordance With Your Height, Age And Body Shape, This Is The Proper Amount Of How Much Your Weight Should Be

In Accordance With Your Height, Age And Body Shape, This Is The Proper Amount Of How Much Your Weight Should Be
The composition of your body (muscle, bone, and fat) tells a lot more about how much you should weigh than any height-weight chart. The most important of all is your BMI or Body Mass Index which determines the amount of fat in your body. Of course, the measure might not be the most perfect one out there, but it’s still pretty relevant, and if your BMI exceeds 24.9, then that’s an indicator that you’re overweight.
We all have that perfect number that we’d like to see on the scale, but that doesn’t always mean that our desired weight is right for us. Eating a healthy, balanced diet is the surest way of staying healthy and fit. If you’re unsure about how much you should weight, take a look at the chart below or use a BMI calculator to determine your ideal weight.
Keep in mind that the chart has been designed with grown-up men and women’s measurements in mind, and we do not recommend it for persons who are under 18.

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9 Comments on "In Accordance With Your Height, Age And Body Shape, This Is The Proper Amount Of How Much Your Weight Should Be"

  1. you left off the age.

  2. So why the 3 columns? Why not just one? Which one should I choose?

  3. Age 80

  4. Hey, I like that third column whatever it is. 224 for a 5’4″ – I can do that. LOL!

  5. Need to know what each column stands for?

  6. Yes I agree which column do we use. What is the criteria?

  7. This is not clear! Cannot see what each column covers??? It is cut off and no way to get it. Also needs age put on it. You need to repost this article with a chart that is big enough to read and with column titles and age.

  8. You need to repost this with a chart that can be read (too little – not clear). You also need to put titles at the top of each column so we know what we are looking at. You should also put age ranges on it. I was really interested in the article; however, I read it and still knew nothing.

  9. Three columns have to do with bone size. Are you small, medium or large frame? Take your right middle finger and thumb and place them around your left wrist. If a gap you are large boned, fingers touching, normal boned and fingers overlapping, small boned then look at corresponding column. First is small, second normal and third large frame.

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