According to my biomechanics instructor the leg weighs approximately W/7. Where W is the total body weight.
Wii fit says your legs represent 40% of your body,so, counting on that to be true, depending on your weight, you'll get your specific answer with a simple math operation.For Example- if a woman weighs 100 lbs (100 x .40= 40), both of her legs weigh 40lbs and each leg would weigh (40/2= 20lbs) so 20 lbsAnswerW/7. Where W is place the total body weight.
If you were 18, you would be slightly overweight -- it is more complicated for growing teens, who can go through phases of weight gain and weight loss. The ideal weight for an adult male 5' 2" tall would be from 109 to 136 pounds, depending on your body frame (wider bodies with heavy pelvis and leg bones weigh more).
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