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Both men and women use the same formula, a ratio of height to weight that helps assess whether they are underweight, normal weight, or overweight. Can you truly be fat and fit at the same time? You’ve probably thought so.
Over the past couple of years there have been various talking heads proclaiming that it’s entirely possible to be “fit” even though you’re technically overweight, or obese. However, new research seems to definitively state that being fit and fat are diametrically opposed. Can You Be Both Fat and Fit? Experts weigh in with surprising opinions on whether you can be both physically fit and overweight. I agree that people should work out to be healthy.
It’s not usually possible to be fit and fat since fat people are usually nutrient deprived even if they don’t realize it. The research actually tells us very little that is useful in how fitness levels can affect CVD and cancer risk and whether it is possible to be both “fat and fit”. A: The short answer is yes—it is possible to be fit and overweight, even obese. What’s really important to understand is what “fit” means and what “overweight” means relative to your health. The latter is typically defined by body mass index (BMI), a common measurement of body fat based on height and weight.
According to this calculation, people with a BMI of 30 or more are. It’s definitely possible to be fit and have a BMI in the overweight or obese range. BMI was intended to assess the health risks of excess weight in populations.
It’s just a ratio of height to weight, and it assumes that a certain percentage of weight is fat. ‘Fat but fit’ is absolutely possible. Despite what clicky headlines want you to believe.
I am a middle aged woman. I am fat, with a BMI of approaching 30. However, I work out aerobically everyday, even weekends, for an hour.
I sustain a METS of about 10 10.5 the whole 60 minutes, and I keep my heartrate about 90% of maximum the whole time. I feel good for the hour, and it only takes a few minutes for me to feel recovered. A woman who is considered fit has between 21 and 24 percent body fat, and a fit man falls between 14 and 17 percent.
Higher than this is considered the average category which is still an acceptable amount of fat.
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|from The Triathlete’s Training Bible: The World’s Most Comprehensive Training Guide, 4th Ed.|