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There have been a number of studies carried out and formula published(ii) that approximate your BMI or Fat% from two or more of your: height, waist, hip and neck measurements, and as your: BMI = massKg / (heightM * heightM) your weight can be estimated as: massKg = BMI * heightM * heightM. Simply have a read / play e.g. Predicting waist ...
No. There is no method to use a tape measure to get an approximate weight. If you are looking to lose fat, a good measure would be to take a waist and hip measurement and keep track of these instead.
Aesthetically there is no such thing, but a number of academics have proposed arbitrary formula that do incorporate those 3 variables: age, sex and height eg. J.D.Robinson (1983) S.B.Halls (2002) what you should really be looking for is an ideal weight range based on long term health e.g. Body-mass index and cause-specific mortality in 900 000 adults: ...
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