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Is 150lbs an ideal weight for a 19 year old boy?

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depends on your height

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The average 5'10 boy weighs anywhere from 150lbs - 180lbs.


The optimal weight for an average 14 yr old boy (optimal height 5'5") is 110 lbs.


Only your doctor can tell you what is ideal for you.


If a a girl-125-140lbs. If a boy-140-150lbs. 125 lbs on average.



The ideal weight is 54 kgs but if you are a bit under or over your still healthy


You will have to calculate your BMI as it largely depends on height.


AnswerIt depends on the height and bone structure. A 50 inch (4'2") boy will typically weight about 48-52 lbs. 'Ideal weight' is determined more accurately by height and bone structure rather than the age of the individual.


The ideal weight for a ten year old boy is about four stone. This may sound low but far too many children are too heavy for their age now because they eat a lot of junk food.


You need to weigh him and measure his height and do a BMI calculation.



According to Halls-MD, the ideal weight for a 13 year old male 5'5" is 125 lbs.


Persons under the age of 18 should consult a physician about their ideal weight.


It depends on the height. The ideal weight, is anywhere between 115-125.


134 pounds-135 Pounds is an ideal weight for that height but its hard to calculate an average.


According to the website "Lifestyle" at 16-17 years of age the average height for a boy is 67 to 70 inches. You are at the lower end of their average height range but you are also 16 not 17. The same website lists 130-150lbs as the average weight for your height range so I would image that as your height is at the lower end of their average heights then your ideal weight would be close to the lower end of their range, therefore around 130 pounds (9 Stone 4 Pounds).


An 8-year-old boy or girl is not meant be a specific weight or an "ideal" weight. Weight is related to height and body composition rather than age.For more information about weight in relation to height, see the page links further down this page, listed under Related Questions.


According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight.According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight.According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight.According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight.According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight.According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight.


According to Halls-MD, the ideal weight for the 5' 7" 14 year old male is, 138 lbs.


According to Halls-MD, the ideal weight for a 10 year old male, 5"1", is 102 lbs.


It would have helped knowing the boys height. That being said, the ideal weight would be approximately 55 lbs.


There is no ideal weight for a 14-year-old boy or girl. This is because weight is related to height and body composition rather than age. For more information, and to view height/weight charts (for children and teenagers), see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.


There is no ideal weight for an 11-year-old boy (or a boy or girl of any age). Weight is related to height and body composition rather than age. For more information, and to see the weight and height charts, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.


The recommended weight range for a 14-year-old male that is 6 foot 2 inches is between 124 and 176 pounds. The ideal weight is calculated as 167 pounds.


For an 11-year-old boy there is no 'ideal' weight because weight is related to height and body composition rather than age, However, growth charts can give a general idea of a child's weight and height in relation to their peers. Use the related page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions, for further information and to see the distribution of weights and heights of children at various ages.



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