When I look in mirror, I'm happy with my body. I'm pretty fit, especially above my hips, and just a tad thicker on the thighs, standing tall at 5'10. However, I weigh about 170-175 pounds. For me, that number is pretty scary to look on the scale, although I feel as if I'm pretty healthy and don't look heavy! Is this a deal breaker to guys? I'm really insecure about my weight and typically don't give out this kind of information so freely.
Most Helpful Guy
I'd just be concerned with your overall look. I went on a field trip to this big agricultural fair for a class in college, and I went off with a couple girls from class to walk around. There were carnival rides and games as well, including the "guess your weight" guy. So one of the girls does it, and it turned out she was like 175, I was surprised, but she actually had a pretty nice bod. She was tall and slender, flat stomach, and her legs were slightly thick but more in an athletic way, there's was nothing "fat" about her. But she was about 5'10, so definitely on the taller side. I think she was just tall but had some lower body muscle to her. I wouldn't sweat it, just stay fit and try to eat right and exercise regularly. I could show you two guys who are 6'2 and 215... one is an NFL safety, jacked and 7% body fat, the other is a guy who never has seen the inside of a gym and is 25% body fat. Worry about the constitution of your body, not the number on the scale, that's just a guideline👍0
Most Helpful Girl
No. The way you look and feel matters more than the number.0