Healthy Weight Range Chart for Women & Men By Height | WW Australia
Healthy weight range chart
Are you at an ideal weight for your height? See the below weight chart for the recommended minimum and maximum healthy weight range for men and women by height in cms and weight in kg .
How much should I weigh in kg? Find your healthy weight for your height
Find your healthy weight range for your height in cm below. If you need to get back into your healthy weight range, we can help. Our NEW PersonalPoints Program is a holistic approach to wellness and weight loss. From learning how to pick the right portion sizes, moving more with beginner exercises to managing emotional eating, our unparalleled expertise across food, activity and mindset will help you reach your goals.
Height (Without Shoes)
Healthy Weight Range (Min/Max)
How much should I weigh?
There are several factors that influence our weight, for example age, sex, muscle mass, genetics, ethnicity and physical activity levels - just to name a few. Whilst many of us are looking for that magic number on the scale, the truth is that there's no one “ideal” weight that we should be aiming for.
Yes, maintaining a healthy weight is important for our health and wellbeing and lowers our risk of disease, however it's important to know that it's not the only measure of success. Paying attention to non-scale victories (NSV’s) or other health outcomes such as waist circumference measurements, or improvements in our fitness levels is just as important as they help to reinforce healthy habits. When it comes to your weight and health, what's most important is being the healthiest version you can be.
WW Healthy Weight Ranges are general recommendations for men and women. If you have specific health issues or fall outside our height ranges, we recommend that you discuss a suitable weight range with your GP.
Not sure how to calculate your Body Mass Index?
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BMI exception: As everyone is built differently, and some people may have a heavier muscle mass than others, a BMI reading may not always be the best indicator of weight status. Use the BMI as a guide and if you are concerned, ask your doctor for help.