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BMI For 5'3'' And 164.00 lbs - Find Your Personal BMI Score & Ideal Weight

Michelle Saari MSc, RD

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By Michelle Saari MSc, RD, Registered Dietitian

Last Updated on July 1st, 2024

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Overweight BMI

29.05 At 5'3'' And 164.00 lbs Your BMI Is 29.05





-24 lbs

To Reach A Normal BMI Classification
Normal BMI ends: 140.62 lbs

+6 lbs

Until You Reach An Obese Class 1 BMI Classification
Obese Class 1 BMI starts: 169.35 lbs

BMI Grading Table For Height 5'3''

Weight Weight Class
Below 103.65 lbs Underweight
104.22 lbs - 140.27 lbs Normal
140.84 lbs - 168.44 lbs Overweight
169.00 lbs And Above Obese

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Ideal Weight For A 5'3'' Male Or Female

The Ideal Weight Range Using The BMI For A Male Or Female With A Height Of 63.00 in Is


104.22 lbs
140.27 lbs

How to Calculate BMI For 63.00 in And 164.00 lbs

63.00 X 63.00 = 3969.00703 X 164.00 = 115292
115292.00 / 3969.00 = 29.05 BMI

63.00 = Height in | 164.00 = Weight lbs

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What’s my BMI?

Body Mass Index (BMI) is one way to measure health in older adults. If we think of health like a puzzle, BMI is just one piece of a very large puzzle. While it does not fully determine whether an individual is healthy or not, it does help in determining long-term health outcomes.

BMI is a calculation of the ratio of height to weight, this gives a number that is compared to a reference range.

According to The World Health Organization (WHO) BMI does have limitations that make it not appropriate to use as a sole indicator of health. So let’s take a look at when it’s useful, and how to properly use it!

BMI and its Role in Health

Calculating the BMI is actually relatively simple.

BMI = kg/m2

Kg = Kilograms Body Weight

M2 = Height in Metres Squared

A practical example would be a woman who is 5 feet 6 inches tall, which equals 1.68 meters, or 2.82 meters squared. This woman weighs 68 kilograms. So if we plug that into the formula we get:

BMI = 68 / 2.82

BMI = 24.1

BMI Range

Health CategoryBMI Range
Underweight< 18.5
Normal WeightBetween 18.5-24.9
OverweightBetween 25-29.9
Obese≥ 30


Michelle Saari MSc, RD

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Michelle Saari MSc, RD

Registered Dietitian

Michelle Saari is a highly experienced Registered Dietitian based in Canada, specializing in nutrition for aging well. She holds a Master’s Degree in Human Nutritional Sciences from the University of Manitoba and has completed a Dietetic Internship at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Nutritional Sciences and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Manitoba. With over six years of experience as a Clinical Dietitian at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Michelle has extensive knowledge in nutrition education and food services. She has also served as the Director of the Food and Nutrition Services Department, where she led numerous initiatives to improve patient care through targeted nutrition strategies. She is the founder of two elderly nutrition-focused health blogs, The Dietitian Prescription and The Long Term Care RD. Through these platforms, she creates engaging and informative content that bridges the gap between scientific research and practical dietary choices. She is passionate about promoting health through evidence-based nutrition advice, specializing in high protein, high fiber, and low Glycemic Index cooking. Her expertise has been recognized by prominent media outlets, including Forbes, Fox News, Men’s Health, Yahoo, MSN, She Finds, Eat This Not That!, U.S. News and World Report, and She has also been a featured guest speaker at esteemed events such as the North West Renal Dietitian's Annual Conference and the Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference, where she presented her thesis research.

Frequently Asked Question' s

What Is The BMI For A 5'3'' And 164.00 lbs Female?

For a female with a height of 5'3'' and weight of 164.00 lbs, the calculated BMI is 29.05. This falls into the overweight category on the BMI scale.

What Is The BMI For A 5'3'' And 164.00 lbs Male?

If a male is 5'3'' tall and weighs 164.00 lbs, their calculated BMI would be 29.05. This BMI value is considered overweight for adult males.

What Is The Ideal Weight For A 5'3'' Female?

For a 5'3'' female, the ideal weight range is approximately 104.22-140.27 lbs. At 164.00 lbs , this individual would be considered overweight for their height.

What Is The Ideal Weight For A 5'3'' Male?

The ideal weight range for a male with a height of 5'3'' is around 104.22-140.27 lbs. This means a 5'3'' 164.00 lbs male would be overweight.

If I Am 5'3'' And Weigh 164.00 lbs, Is That A Good Weight For My Height?

No, if you are 5'3'' tall and weigh 164.00 lbs, this would be considered overweight based on BMI calculations. The ideal weight range for 5'3'' male and female is 104.22-140.27 lbs.

How Is BMI Calculated For A Height Of 5'3'' And Weight Of 164.00 lbs?

To calculate BMI for someone 5'3'' tall and weighing 164.00 lbs, you take the weight in kilograms and divide it by the height in meters squared. For these stats, the BMI formula is 74.39 kg / ( 1.6002m)2 which equals a BMI of 29.05.

Is A BMI Of 29.05 Good For Someone 5'3'' Tall?

No, a BMI of 29.05 for a 5'3'' individual would be considered overweight. A healthy BMI range is usually 18.5-24.9. At this height, the ideal BMI is approximately 19-25.

What Are Yhe Weight Ranges For Different BMIs At 5'3'' Tall?

For a 5'3'' adult:
Underweight BMI is less than 18.4 = Under 103.65 lbs
Healthy Weight BMI 18.5-24.9 = 104.22-140.27 lbs
Overweight Weight BMI 25-29.9 = 140.84-168.44 lbs
Obese BMI 30 or higher = Over 169.00 lbs

Does BMI Take Age/Gender Into Account For A 5'3'' Person?

The standard BMI calculations do not factor in age or gender. However, ideal weight ranges can differ slightly for males vs females of the same height. BMI standards also have different categories for older adults over age 65.
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