Since the obesity epidemic has hit the US, I was wondering for the distribution of BMI is for mac users who peruse rumors boards.

The standard formula is 703 times your body weight in pounds divided by your height, in inches, squared.

BMI = 703*weight/(height)^2

My BMI is 19.2

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5,053memberI guess I must be doing something wrong.

6,041memberOr you can just use this calculator.

141member991memberOriginally posted by pfflamI managed to get 3million 7 hundred and 9 thousand 5 hundred and 28 . . .

I guess I must be doing something wrong.

You wouldn't happen to be a white dwarf would you?

8,123memberThe formula is simplier in meter.

BMI = Mass in Kilogram divided by the heigh at square in meter.

For me heigh : 1,85 meter

weight : 90 kg .

heigh * heigh = 3,4225

90/3,4225 = 2,629656

5,053memberand all rumore that Einstein was Dyslexic simply have to be false . . . there is no way that he dealt with dyslexia and did math like he did . . \

4,634member18.2

what?!6,041member9,812memberOriginally posted by giantBMI = (weight/(height")^2)*703

Or you can just use this calculator.

That calculator is bullshit.

I'm 5'10", so I'd have to weigh 150 to be in the middle of the normal weight range (BMI = 22). I don't think I've weighed 150 since I was about 16. I weigh "about" 175, so that makes me overweight. BMI = 25 (or so ).

393member2,763member7,311memberweight ~170

height ~73

all muscle

When I was a competitive distance runner, my BMI was 17.8 (135, 73)

When I was a freshman in highschool, my BMI was 16.75 (120, 71)

Now that I think about it, I was disgustingly skinny.

6,656memberWeight= 140

Height= 66.5 (If you were 66.5 inches, you'd take pride in that half-inch too!)

5,053memberand weigh about 200Lbs

My BMI is 26.4 which is overwieght.

I look pretty lean though, with but a bit of heft about the midrift . . . but I've just started working out again aftr a recent Flu . . .

Daycare and kids: I musta been sick about twenty times this year . . . hard to keep to a good workout schedule that way

. . .But I lost a pound in two days since I been back to the weights and track!

1,279membertry this calculator:

http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/bmi/calc-bmi.htm

Scarry thing is that I would have to weigh less than I did when I was in high school to be normal. In high school I swam up to 4 hours a day, and I don't think I looked that bad at 195 lbs with a 6'1" frame. Normal for me is starting at 187lbs and down. I'm currently at 215lbs

3,325memberFormer competitive distance runner. Tall and thin.

Been about the same BMI for 20 years.

8,123memberOriginally posted by pfflamI'm 6'1"

and weigh about 200Lbs

My BMI is 26.4 which is overwieght.

I look pretty lean though, with but a bit of heft about the midrift . . . but I've just started working out again aftr a recent Flu . . .

Daycare and kids: I musta been sick about twenty times this year . . . hard to keep to a good workout schedule that way

. . .But I lost a pound in two days since I been back to the weights and track!

we have exactly the same mensuration : we can exchange our clothes

1,279memberOriginally posted by curiousuburb18.22

Former competitive distance runner. Tall and thin.

Been about the same BMI for 20 years.

Hate you!

6,368member195 lbs. (???)

26.4

I stand to lose 10 pounds to be in my weight range (I have an average build), but I stand to lose about 20 poounds of fat really. BMI doesn't really tell the whole story: build type, percentage of body fat, etc.

8,123memberOriginally posted by BuonRotto6'-0" (1.8m)

195 lbs. (???)

26.4

I stand to lose 10 pounds to be in my weight range (I have an average build), but I stand to lose about 20 poounds of fat really. BMI doesn't really tell the whole story: build type, percentage of body fat, etc.

195 * ,45359 = 88,45

6 feets equal : 1,83 (one feet : ,305 meter). Remember each centimeter is important