BMI says I'm overweight
I have been losing inches through exercise but I am still at the same body weight - so BMI says that I am overweight even though my clothes fit much better and I feel much more energetic.
How can I find a way to record the BMI that takes into account the weight put on via muscle when one exercises?
I'm trying to ascertain the correct BMI for an athletically built woman versus an itty-bitty model.
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