You are not supposed to be any particular weight at 16. Weight is related to height and body composition rather than age.For more information about weight in relation to height, and to see weight and height charts, please see the page link, further down this page listed under Related Questions. Alternatively, please ask the question again and include more details.
Depends on your height and weight you can't just tell by the age.
If you are about 5 feet tall, you should weight between 100-120 lbs. These differences can be cause by genger, age, body type, muscle mass, genetics, ect.
16 is the reccommended age to begin.
Weight is worked out on height not age.
Weight is 115 max, no height limit, and 16 is the minimum age.
it depends on how much they weight
any age will do though if you are under 18 or 16 you will need parental confermaiton
depending on age, but a 16 yr old about 100 lbs. a 30 year old, about 125.
you shouldn't because you are not suppose to drive until you are 16. and that's the law forever
You are at a healthy weight
Natural weight is determined by height, not by age.
Usually by age 16--until pregnancy or weight gain.
between 120 and 130 pounds
Yes you're ready for lifting at the age of 16.
According to Halls-MD the ideal weight for a female age 16, 5'9" is 143 lbs.
Weight training will not stunt your growth. However, that does not mean that it is advisable before the age of about 16.
No, 130 pounds is a healthy weight for your height and age. No worries! (:
Well it would be much safer if your atleast 18. I recommend not taking it if your 16 of age.
5'4 at age 16? Well, I don't think age really matters.. only height and gender. I am 5'4 myself and weigh 140 but I'm only 14. Nobody believes that I actually weigh that much so I know I'm not fat but I am considered "overweight". And I read somewhere that the average weight for a 14 year old was 130 pounds. So if the average weight of a 14 year old who is 5'4 is 130, and you are 5'4 but 16, I would say you're not fat unless you weigh more than like... 150? I'm not fat and I weigh 10 pounds more than 130. But you're 16 so 150 sounds about right to me.