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Do any ladies at maintenance want to share height & weight ?

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  • jmccowa1jmccowa1 Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    5'7 145lbs. I'm quite muscular (: but would like to trim 1% more body fat
  • PokeyBugPokeyBug Posts: 484Member Member Posts: 484Member Member
    jmccowa1 wrote: »
    5'7 145lbs. I'm quite muscular (: but would like to trim 1% more body fat

    I'm so glad to see I'm not the only one! I'm 5'2", 125#. I thought I was happy at this weight, but then I measured my body fat, and it's 21%. I'm too OCD to be happy with my body fat being an odd number, so I'm trying to lose 1% more body fat.
  • PennyHarris123PennyHarris123 Posts: 159Member Member Posts: 159Member Member
    I've just hit my goal weight and have a personal trainer doing reverse dieting now so increasing my cals and carefully monitoring - I'm 5ft6 weigh 133lbs
  • lmr0528lmr0528 Posts: 427Member Member Posts: 427Member Member
    I guess you could say I'm maintaining? I just never really lost. I stay at around 145-149 ish always. I'm 5'5.
  • Maha38Maha38 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    5ft 4, 50kg I think that's 110lbs or thereabouts
  • EkatrinaEkatrina Posts: 12Member Member Posts: 12Member Member
    Wow you are all doing so well..... I am 5'4" and am maintaining at 155. I know that is too heavy for my height, but I lost 48 lbs and want to maintain this weight for awhile and then go down another 10. I feel good now and look so much better - I have lost the weight so many times, I just don't want to screw it up again.
    Would love to hear from anyone else using this strategy
  • chuchi56579chuchi56579 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    5'4", 20 yo and around 101 lbs currently after losing 40 in a year. Would like to gain a pound or two. Please add me if you're of a similar height/goal! I'm looking for inspiration to maintain
    edited May 2015
  • its_ash6972its_ash6972 Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    I am 5'8" and currently 132-135. I started my weight loss and fitness journey about April of last year. It was definitely a struggle at times to stay on track, but so so worth feeling healthy and happy in my body. I am now trying to maintain weight and lose body fat. I have found after being in weight loss mode for so long it is very difficult to re direct my goals as far as nutrition. Are any of you having the same struggle after losing weight?
  • veggieerpveggieerp Posts: 8Member Member Posts: 8Member Member
    I'm 5' 4" and bounce between 135-140, wear a size 4 or 6 depending on the brand. I would love to be 130-135 but I'm dieted out. I would like to lean out as opposed to lose weight but I have trouble following a macros plan.
  • arussell134arussell134 Posts: 462Member Member Posts: 462Member Member
    5'6'" and met my goal of 135 lbs in Dec. Decided to lose a bit more. It's taken me 5 months to hit 130. (very slowly, and that's OK w/ me - I'm in no rush!). Looking to get closer to 125 at this point.
  • arussell134arussell134 Posts: 462Member Member Posts: 462Member Member
    grace173 wrote: »
    Laura3BB wrote: »
    5'6 and 150 pounds.
    Been maintaining for a year.
    I'm trying my best to get to 150. I'm 5'6 too. I am currently 159 and struggle to keep it at that but I drink alcohol so I guess if I stopped drinking I could get to 150 but then I would be afraid if I started drinking again I would shoot back up again. I see all these 5'6 stats ladies maintaining 120+ and I hang my head! I can't imagine going down that low. I don't ever remember being that weight!

    I usually have a glass of wine everyday. You can still lose weight and have alcohol. (I went from 166 - 130 and am your same height.)
  • spat095spat095 Posts: 105Member, Premium Member Posts: 105Member, Premium Member
    5'0" and 105 lbs
  • SueHermSueHerm Posts: 26Member Member Posts: 26Member Member
    5'7.5" and 122 lbs.
  • 1971MLJ1971MLJ Posts: 137Member Member Posts: 137Member Member
    5'3 and 127lbs. Been maintaining between 125 and 128 since March 2014. Averaging about 1800 calories a day.
  • yirarayirara Posts: 4,193Member Member Posts: 4,193Member Member
    5'65" and currently around 129 or so. I think it's a bit too low as I have a rather wide pelvis and my face is looking too thin (looks terrible when the pelvis bones peep out and the hips are thinner than the pelvis). Nothing I can fix with building more muscle. Still trying to find my maintenance calories and lost some weight while doing so. Those calculators are wrong :dizzy:
  • CorvusCorax77CorvusCorax77 Posts: 2,510Member Member Posts: 2,510Member Member
    I'm 5'4 and currently going between 141 and 145 lbs... I consider myself in maintenance even though I'm trying to lose 10 lbs because i started at 174 lbs.

    I got down to 123 which was honestly pretty nice, but then I started lifting. I know 145 now isn't what it was before (because muscle weighs more than fat per the same mass)...but i have put on some body fat that i would like to see go away.

    My original goal tho was to be 145 or less and I have been doing that for five years now.
  • Jazrom90Jazrom90 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    I am 5'4.. fluctuating around 134-137. I think 3-5 more pounds & I want to maintain... although I don't mind where I'm at now. I am now working on strengthening my legs & core. :smile:
  • bfannybfanny Posts: 439Member Member Posts: 439Member Member
    5'4" 40 year old 136/138, size 6 and I want to get to 128/132 ...one of this days
  • pocketrocket42pocketrocket42 Posts: 13Member Member Posts: 13Member Member
    5'4", in a range of 115-120 lbs. Been maintaining this weight for about a year and a half, have been losing weight off and on since a high of 200 lbs in 2008.
  • MissJay75MissJay75 Posts: 963Member Member Posts: 963Member Member
    40 yrs old, 5'7" maintaining at 130 for 6 months now. Do you exercise? I started toning up, and I really like my body at this weight. I used to hate my arms and now I love them!
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