Originally Posted by Find Finn
Was watching a show in tv about fat people and they kept talking about bmi's, not once did they mention body fat percentage and the doctor repeatly said everyone with a bmi over 30% are fat.
I can't understand why such an archaic and inaccurate method of determining body composition/health is still in such widespread use. I'm 5'10" and currently about 195, which puts me in the "overweight" category. However, I'm also 14% bf, have normal blood pressure, and a resting heart rate in the low 50s. When I finish cutting to about 180 and 10%, I'll still be "overweight", lol.