Height Weight Normal: Overweight: Obese: 4' 10" 91 to lbs. to lbs. to lbs. 4' 11" 94 to lbs. to lbs. to lbs. 5' 97 to lbs. to lbs. to lbs. 5' 1" to lbs. to lbs. to lbs. 5' 2" to lbs. to lbs. to lbs. 5' 3" to lbs. to lbs. All of the formulas, have the same format of a base weight given a height of 5 feet, with a set weight increment added per inch over the height of 5 feet. For example, if you are a 5'10" male estimating your ideal weight with the Devine formula, you would add ( × 10) kg to 50 kg to get 73 kg, or ~ lbs.
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