You may know I love fitness apps (and photography apps, and social media apps...). Here is my newest app addition, filed under "Health." Made by the same people who designed my precious RuntasticPro app, I now have "Ideal Weight." (Another one-day freebie I got in on, but there are plenty of free BMI calculators out there.)
At my height, weighing 170lbs:
My BMI is 29.2. Ideally, it should be no higher than 25 for me to be considered at a healthy weight. I don't pay a whole lot of attention to the specific "ideal weight" the app gives me. Instead, I look to the weight range, which my goal of 130lbs falls neatly into.
And this week's BMI:
For more information on Body Mass Index and how it's used and interpreted, here's a great article by the CDC.
And for those of you who noticed the Shaklee 180™ app icon in my screenshot - don't worry. I have plans of sharing more info in another post.
If you're working on losing weight, how are you tracking your progress?