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johnwesely


Jun 27, 2011, 3:26 PM
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Two days ago I was climbing at a local sport crag. One of the climbers was John Wesely. Along with noticing that I looked extremely malnourished, though still climbing at an extremely middling level, not even onsighting 13s, it became apparent that I am at least trying my best.

Incidentally, I know my own height and weight as 190 cm (6'3"), 67 kg (150 lbs).

So I put those numbers into a BMI calculator and came up with this

Based on the height and weight entered, the BMI is 18.4 , placing the BMI-for-age at the 3rd percentile for girls aged 18 years 7 months. This young adult is underweight and should be seen by a healthcare provider for further assessment to determine possible causes of underweight.

Being a person who is not a terribly competitive climber, it concerns me a little.

Thoughts?


Maleficent


Jun 27, 2011, 3:28 PM
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I have to laugh at this a bit ... teehee tehe :D


caughtinside


Jun 27, 2011, 3:30 PM
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johnwesely wrote:
Two days ago I was climbing at a local sport crag. One of the climbers was John Wesely. Along with noticing that I looked extremely malnourished, though still climbing at an extremely middling level, not even onsighting 13s, it became apparent that I am at least trying my best.

Incidentally, I know my own height and weight as 190 cm (6'3"), 67 kg (150 lbs).

So I put those numbers into a BMI calculator and came up with this

Based on the height and weight entered, the BMI is 18.4 , placing the BMI-for-age at the 3rd percentile for girls aged 18 years 7 months. This young adult is underweight and should be seen by a healthcare provider for further assessment to determine possible causes of underweight.

Being a person who is not a terribly competitive climber, it concerns me a little.

Thoughts?

6'3 150? Damn. Eat a cupcake. You're what's wrong with America. Except for the fatties who are also wrong.


Maleficent


Jun 27, 2011, 3:40 PM
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6'3 150? Damn. Eat a cupcake. You're what's wrong with America. Except for the fatties who are also wrong.

you gotta read another thread in this forum to get that joke :>


airscape


Jun 27, 2011, 11:36 PM
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Chuffer?
You have a guy that drives you to crags? That's fucking kick ass.


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