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    Question What's your weight?

    You should have seen it coming...be confident of yourself!

    I'm about 75kg!

    Yours?

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    Just went for a NKF Health check - me at 80kg but my body mass index is rated as OBESE Level I ... what the fish???

    Anyway, the BMI scale that NKF uses is really, really conservative, bordering on paranoid - according to other BMI scales, I am normal (phew!)

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    I am male, age 28 , weight 45 kg. I win liao, u all no need to fight. for gals, try harder next time.

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    WoWow

    i jus spoilt my weighing machine

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    Originally posted by RuthBaby
    WoWow

    i jus spoilt my weighing machine
    hehhehahhahaaaa!!!

    I think I'm 70KG....

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    Default Re: What's your weight?

    I used to be 74kg last Nov
    now I'm 67kg...

    ..NuTs..

    Originally posted by AdamGoi
    You should have seen it coming...be confident of yourself!

    I'm about 75kg!

    Yours?

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    ARrgggg KNS 74KG
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    Originally posted by Darren
    Just went for a NKF Health check - me at 80kg but my body mass index is rated as OBESE Level I ... what the fish???

    Anyway, the BMI scale that NKF uses is really, really conservative, bordering on paranoid - according to other BMI scales, I am normal (phew!)
    BMI is not really impt.... just a guide. Rather, your body-fat percentage is a better guide to how "fat" you are.

    For example, I got a friend whose BMI is 21, which is suppose to be within the healthy weight range. But his BF% is 28%..... the healthy number shld be something like 20-22%..... so i never use BMI readings to judge whether i'm obese or not.

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    wah....mine is in heavy weight class..... 88 KG ....hehehehe

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    6.7 Newtons.

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    i USED to be 65kg.. in NS. now... well that's a classified secret (hint: i need a industrial scale to weigh myself...)

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    Default hey nuts =)

    so what's the secret of going from 74 to 67??

    carry camera equipment up and down for 3 hours a day?

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    Originally posted by ckiang
    6.7 Newtons.

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    According to Newton's second law,

    Force = mass x acceleration

    If you are 6.7 N, you are only 0.68 kg!!



    Anyway, I'm around 72 kg...


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    Originally posted by Bean



    According to Newton's second law,

    Force = mass x acceleration

    If you are 6.7 N, you are only 0.68 kg!!



    Anyway, I'm around 72 kg...


    Oops! Wrong conversion, that should have been 6700.
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    Originally posted by Bean



    According to Newton's second law,

    Force = mass x acceleration

    If you are 6.7 N, you are only 0.68 kg!!



    Anyway, I'm around 72 kg...

    wrong! u should use Newton's 2nd Law in the following form:

    weight = mass x gravitational acceleration

    or simply W=mg

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    Originally posted by mervlam


    wrong! u should use Newton's 2nd Law in the following form:

    weight = mass x gravitational acceleration

    or simply W=mg

    Isn't weight a form of force and gravitational acceleration a form of acceleration?

    Anyway, what is your weight?

    Hee...

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    Default Re: hey nuts =)

    Simple, use Slim10 lor ...

    naaahh ... exercise and diet lor
    actually, also went to this NKF health check thingy last Nov, and found that cholesterol & blood pressure not good... started to exercise more and diet (eat less fried stuff, eggs, more vege etc) ... so somehow lost 6-7kg, and then found that my cholesterol went up!!

    ..NuTs..

    Originally posted by Juvelyn
    so what's the secret of going from 74 to 67??

    carry camera equipment up and down for 3 hours a day?

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