Do muscular people weigh more than fat people?
Yes, they do because muscle weighs more than fat.
Im thin but i weigh a lot for my age. Im a teenager and am 5'5 but I weigh 130 lbs and I'm not overly muscular. Is this ok?
Muscle and bone weigh more than fat, so if you're muscular or have dense bones or just a big skeleton, you might weigh more than average without being fat. It's more important to have a healthy waist-hip ratio, and body fat ratio. A doctor can check your body fat content and tell you if you need to lose any weight.
Anything from 135-160 pounds sounds about right. If you're very muscular, than weights of anything from 170-220 pounds might be right. If you're not muscular, mostly fat, and you weigh more than 185 pounds, you might want to look into a diet. If you weigh less than 135, I'd try and add some fat and/or muscle.
A pound of fat weighs the same as a pound of muscle. There is no difference. However, they do differ in density. Muscle tissue tends to be more dense than fat tissue because it has more water. This means that a muscular person would generally displace less water (have less volume) than a fat person of the same weight, and that a muscular person would weigh more than a fat person who displaces the same…
It really has more to do with total body weight than with height, but unless the short person in question is much fatter than the tall person, tall people are bigger and weigh more. The more people weigh, the more cells they have in their bodies, and every cell has its own cellular metabolism, so the more cells you have, the more total metabolic activity is going on.
At 5'11" with a muscular build (low body fat, tone lean muscle throughout), her clothing varying between size 8 and 12, Michelle Obama's approximate weight is 165-170lb. Her BMI is estimated to be around 23.5-24 (ideal range is 19-25). It is possible, as she trains three days a week and reportedly also does quite a lot of work in their organic garden, she weighs more than her size would indicate, as muscle weighs more than…