I'm hoping to get a BMI of under 25 by the end of 2003. BMI as at 25/02 is 35.2
I want to run the London marathon and do so without sustaining an injury if possible. While my BMI is normal it is only just and so I want to lose 10kgs.
i've got shin splints,fallen arches and a bmi of 30 but i do quite well in all races due to well planned training and a positive attitude to competition.
I have recently found the running bug to help me get to my target, after years of saying I'm not built for running. I have already lost 42lbs and still got a good 40-50lbs to get to the healthy BMI.
I am a runner in a rugby player's body. I weigh 16 stone. My BMI is 29 and my PB isn't even worth talking about. Yet, I can hobble for hours over hill and glen, dancing merrily as I go ... aaah
Started running in Aug 04. resting HR 61, body fat 11%, wt 61kg, ht 163cm, BMI22.9, now I just need to get fit! 10k pb 58:45
, but they wont accept me as my BMI is too high, so any info on BMI would be much apreciated
I have a BMI which at best dips to 25, don't follow any recognised training plan and yet have still managed to run a half in 1h 25 ... am I defying the odds or if I did all the right things would I
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