Calling all 4:11 girls

What is your goal weight and size


  • kate3015
    kate3015 Posts: 6 Member
    I’m between 4’11 and 5’0. 113 currently but aiming for 110 by Easter.
  • DawnEmbers
    DawnEmbers Posts: 2,451 Member
    Right now am trying to get under 120 but might settle for in the 120s. Need at least to get back below 132 for weight class in powerlifting. I spent late teens and all of my 20s obese and around 200 lbs so have never been in the “healthy weight” for my height range. I got to 128 last year then spent 6 months not tracking so back in the 140s and working it on down again.
  • kelleemaylingbarth
    I'm 4'11 and my goal is 100-105 lbs
  • ExistingFish
    ExistingFish Posts: 1,259 Member
    I'm 5'0" standing at my very tallest, I'm currently maintaining between 120 and 123.

    My ultimate goal is 110-115, but I'm pausing here because I'm still breastfeeding and I don't want to restrict hard. I'm at a healthy weight for my height. I wear smalls and 4 in pants, I look great. In the long run, I'd like to weigh less so I'd be closer to the middle of my healthy weight range, not the higher end.
  • jme260
    jme260 Posts: 44 Member
    I’m 4”11 and currently at 116 from 150. (Pre kids, this was the weight I was happy at but now my love handles and belly are still there) .. my new goal weight is 110.
  • Kenda2427
    Kenda2427 Posts: 1,592 Member
    4’11” currently at 118 and want to lose 5-10
  • Mitzigan94
    Mitzigan94 Posts: 393 Member
    4'11.5 , goal weight is at 100 lbs, current weight is at 126 pounds
    .highest weight was 145 pounds.
    Just got back on the wagon. I gained back the 26 pounds of the 45 pounds I lost.
  • kemoon0915
    kemoon0915 Posts: 113 Member
    I'm 4'8" and my first goal is 110 which will put me just into the normal bmi range. I'll see how I feel then and reevaluate.
  • TayaCurragh
    TayaCurragh Posts: 709 Member
    I'm 4"10 and my goal weigh is around 110 depending on how I feel once I'm closer to the goal. I'm currently 150 down from 165.
  • cnjg6677
    cnjg6677 Posts: 177 Member
    How did you figure out ur maintance calories? Mfp gives me 1200 for maintance and loss! Any help is appreciated
  • Lillymoo01
    Lillymoo01 Posts: 2,865 Member
    At what rate were you losing when you were eating at 1200 calories?
    Assuming it was 1/2 pound a week that would equate to a 250 calorie deficit a day.
    If it was 1/4 pound a week it would be a 125 calorie deficit a day.
    Add whatever this number is to the 1200 calories and you have your maintenance calories.
    Alternatively, just add an extra 50 calories a week to your diet until you are at the point that you are no longer losing.
    I would be given 1200 to maintain if I put my stats into here but the reality is that I can eat more.
  • cnjg6677
    cnjg6677 Posts: 177 Member
    I went to 1300 a day for 3 months and gained 6 pounds I went back to 1200 and lost 3 pounds I guess I’ll try 1250 ! It sucks being older and smaller lol
  • SummerSkier
    SummerSkier Posts: 4,836 Member
    edited June 2019
    CnJ, I have a suggestion for you. And I know this may sound crazy but I am a bit paranoid that manufacturers LIE about the contents of their foods and the serving sizes. So... Altho you are accurately logging and weighing and everything else one thing you might consider is changing up your foods. So for instance if you ALWAYS have 100 cals of say "chips" a day why not say cut that in half and substitute a fresh veggie with low cal dressing or something. I think as petites with very little room for error, if say the chips were REALLY 300 cals per serving instead of 100 than even tho you are logging everything correctly for 1300 a day, you are actually eating more. Variety or changing up the menu might help.

    Just some thoughts from a fellow petite. Hope it helps.

    Edited to say - this is why I sometimes thing when a poster is having trouble losing or loosing or plateau'ing or whatever that when they change to a different macros or different WOE and it seems like BINGO it's a miracle I really think it's just the variety and maybe something they were eating ALL the time was not accurate.