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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by dalla, Sep 17, 2006.
19.9, which I don't think is all that accurate. I think I have more fat than that.
edit: hahahaha, normal weight starts at 18.5, pricks
damn im 20.2 apparently, why are you so skinny? how much do you smoke?
The minority. Unless weighlifting, wrestling and throwing (discus and that cannon ball thing) represent the majority of athletes. Which they don't.
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Nope, Ive gone through this before.
I figured the BMI of the entire Boston Bruins hockey team, and only two players had a BMI under 25
Same with Basketball, The Miami heat had like four people not "overweight" (and basketball players are hella tall)
US football, lol... you can guess that. I think the NE patriots had *one* person on their entire team with a BMI under 25...
Soccer/football players are about the only exception, but they dont use their upper bodies, and have girly upper bodies.
My bad, when thinking of Athletics, I always have sports like running, jumping, spear throwing, estafettes, triathlons etc. in mind.
I vary from 21.5 (150lbs) to 23.0 (160lbs).
You've never seen American atheletes. All of them are huge. Ballplayers are huge, Football players are huge, Basketball players are huge, etc.
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18.5 would be under 140 pounds for 6'1". That's basically skin and bones. Most of my friends who row are "overweight" by BMI, despite the fact that most of them are also under 10% bodyfat. BMI is geared towards very low muscle mass individuals.
my actual BMI is 27.2
26 or something
and yeah the BMI scale is a load of crap
Right about 20.