If a woman were to lose weight based on health insurance charts, then weight goals could be more achievable. But if the same women browsed the pages of gentlemen’s publications, weight goals are significantly different. Obviously, nothing is etched in stone as far as a women’s weight is concerned. However, there are a few easy ways for you to actualize a magic weight goal.
Use your height as your baseline. For every inch you exceed 5 feet, multiply the number by five. For a rough guess-estimation of what someone your height should weigh, add 100 to the number.
For instance, if you are 5’5”, multiply the five by five (25), then add 100 and now you have your target weight, 125 pounds; however, other considerations should be included in your calculation.
The frame of your body is your bone structure. Regardless of your height, your bones are small, medium or large. Consequently, if you have larger bones, an extra 10 pounds is merely unavoidable. On the contrary, if you have a smaller frame, than you would deduct up to 10 pounds to assess your normal weight.
Although, you have come up with a ball park ‘ideal’ target weight, other considerations should be included in your weight assessment. The body’s composition and ratio of belly play a major role in determining if one’s weight is healthy or overweight. Your body mass index (BMI) should fall well under 30 percent. Actually, 20 percent to 31 percent is deemed a normal body composition of lean muscles to fat ratio.
BMI Assessment Tip: Although certain scales are equipped to calculate one’s body fat, a calibration tool, can offer the best reading.