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    21.13...

    healthy my ass!
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    20.12... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Raindance)
    20.12... :rolleyes:
    damn you...

    you beat me...

    *wails* i'm soooo fat.... :rolleyes:
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    last time i checked it was 23 i think

    dunno what that means

    but i ain't fat .. at all
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    damn you...

    you beat me...

    *wails* i'm soooo fat.... :rolleyes:
    Not really... you're supposed to be "fatter" than I am. :hugs:

    At the end of the day, BMI is complete *******s as it doesn't account for muscle, and can only be used up to a certain age. According to the scale, you're pretty much bang in the healthy weight range anyway, so there's fa for you to worry about.

    *nods affirmatively*
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    (Original post by Raindance)
    Not really... you're supposed to be "fatter" than I am. :hugs:

    At the end of the day, BMI is complete *******s as it doesn't account for muscle, and can only be used up to a certain age. According to the scale, you're pretty much bang in the healthy weight range anyway, so there's fa for you to worry about.

    *nods affirmatively*
    'The BMI Calculator is only one guide about your overall health. Waist measurement, body fat level, blood pressure, cholesterol, physical activity, not smoking and the healthiness of your diet are also important. You need to get the whole picture.'

    I suppose I'll survive... :bawling: :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    'The BMI Calculator is only one guide about your overall health. Waist measurement, body fat level, blood pressure, cholesterol, physical activity, not smoking and the healthiness of your diet are also important. You need to get the whole picture.'

    I suppose I'll survive... :bawling: :rolleyes:
    In which case, quit it and stop it. :cool: :p:
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    (Original post by Raindance)
    In which case, quit it and stop it. :cool: :p:
    Nah. I'm good. So there :eviltongu
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    Nah. I'm good. So there :eviltongu
    You won't be saying that when you end up being a 20 stone wrinkly woman with lung cancer! :eek:
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    (Original post by Raindance)
    You won't be saying that when you end up being a 20 stone wrinkly woman with lung cancer! :eek:
    *points*

    he called me fat and wrinkly

    :bawling:
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    *points*

    he called me fat and wrinkly

    :bawling:
    Aww... well not yet i'm not!

    I didn't mean it. :hugs:
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    Yeah... im 23.76
    And i am classed as 'ideal'
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    bmi's arent very good as they dont take into account the amount of muscle you have (and muscles heavier than fat). Its better 2 have a fat scan and that will be able to tell you whether you have too much fat, not enough or just right. This is a much better indication. The rugby guy, if that bmi's right, is technically overweight but then he's probably got loads of muscle thats making him heavy
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    Its ******** Im 26 with 10% bodyfat... lol what a joke
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    :>.<: :argh: Too high for my liking.
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    http://www.free-weightloss.com/BMI_calculator.htm


    Wooo, i'm 'Desirable'

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    But i do lots of sports too
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    14.71. I am very underweight!
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    we need a body fat % calculator. although one will never exist - unless you could stand on top and it sends electricity through your body calculating the resistance and hence the body fat %
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    (Original post by PinkPigeon)
    21, about right really!
    :dito:
 
 
 
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