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DD Diva wrote:Hey Andy,
What an awesome transformation! You look AMAZING (and cute too) you're going to be fighting the women off with a stick!!! Bet your ex is sorry she let you go now, huh??
AndyJ wrote:Weigh in this morning.
Still below my 82.5kg maximum. Have not stuck to diet, ate a whole pizza at a work function the other night..
So going ok, no cause for alarm.
Looking to shread an extra 2-3kg still, but not to concerned as long as I am below that 82.5kg.
AndyJ wrote:What is the general thought of the new BMI calculator?
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healt ... w-BMI.html
Do people believe it is more accurate?
Blitz wrote:How are you travelling Andy? Are you doing okay?
Blitz wrote:It's all maths to me! Maths and me parted company from each other during high school when they decided to introduce alphabet letters into the equation. I was having enough difficulties with the numbers without introducing more trouble into the problem.
I ran my old and current weights through the machine and came up with:
153.7kg Old BMI - 55.1 New BMI - 55.4Any way you look at it - there isn't that much difference in the scheme of things.
69 kilos Old BMI - 24.7 New BMI - 24.9
The old and new BMI for overweight number still means I was fat as a pig and I better do something about it or die!
The old and new BMI for my current weight still means that I'm in the healthy range.
These are just rulers in the end. So long as you compare like with like you will be okay.
Sure there are going to be exceptions but it has to be remembered that these are general charts/guides and those that are exceptions (like elite fit athletics and those who have lost a lot of weight and carry excessive skin etc) ought to seek specialist's advice if they want that kind of accuracy.
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