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Any 5 foot 1 females who are a size xs, what do you weigh lol I need to know how much more weight I probably need to lose to get to this size bc rn im 49.5kg
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it totally depends on the person. You could start body recomp (gain muscle and lose fat) and stay at 49.5kg but your physical measurements might get smaller bc muscle is denser than fat. You're a healthy weight now so you couldn't lose more than 4 or 5 kg at a push w/out being underweight.
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(Original post by PollyParrot23)
it totally depends on the person. You could start body recomp (gain muscle and lose fat) and stay at 49.5kg but your physical measurements might get smaller bc muscle is denser than fat. You're a healthy weight now so you couldn't lose more than 4 or 5 kg at a push w/out being underweight.
yeah but I feel like I need to get to 45kg as I personally think my thighs are still big
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yeah but I feel like I need to get to 45kg as I personally think my thighs are still big
45kg would take you to the brink of being underweight, would not recommend that. Building muscle would make your physique look much better rather than becoming more skinny.
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45kg would take you to the brink of being underweight, would not recommend that. Building muscle would make your physique look much better rather than becoming more skinny.
what types of exercise could I do to build more muscle (without using weights)?
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what types of exercise could I do to build more muscle (without using weights)?
https://www.reddit.com/r/bodyweightf...ended_routine/
Here is a routine that doesn't require weights.
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what types of exercise could I do to build more muscle (without using weights)?
https://www.reddit.com/r/bodyweightf...ended_routine/
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Why are you using a clothing size to determine your goal weight? Even if we ignore the fact that they’re different in every shop, it still doesn’t take body composition into account.
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You are underweight. Please dont pay attention to other peoples weight or itll be a downward spiral. Being healthy is all that’s important
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You are underweight. Please dont pay attention to other peoples weight or itll be a downward spiral. Being healthy is all that’s important
It depends on the age, but 49.5kg is perfectly alright for a young female at 5'1". It's not underweight at all, but a desire lose weight to fit into an XS is concerning.
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It depends on the age, but 49.5kg is perfectly alright for a young female at 5'1". It's not underweight at all, but a desire lose weight to fit into an XS is concerning.
Very true i didnt take age into account before i replied!
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It depends on the age, but 49.5kg is perfectly alright for a young female at 5'1". It's not underweight at all, but a desire lose weight to fit into an XS is concerning.
LOL I mean I just want to be skinnier (its not about fitting into an XS-idc about that) but I want to know how much they roughly weigh so I know how much more weight I want to lose to get to my ideal body size. I used to be 79kg like last year and im still on my weightloss but idk what weight to stop at bc im still not happy with my body rn at 49.5kg
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