Ummm... depends on how you're measuring. Those scales that give you body fat percentage are horrible lying fiends. They send a currant through your body and see how long it takes to come back, calculating body fat that way. However, as electricity does, it finds the shortest route out - meaning it doesn't go past your legs. And us big legged people are totally getting shorted for it. If you get the pinch test (the thing that measures your arm) and calculate that, then yeah, maybe. I'm at 42% body fat via my scale at home (and that's morbidly obese, yet I'm at about 180 lbs. at 5'1"
. I'm husky, I'm healthy (at least all my vitals are), and I am trying to lose weight (silly health insurance), & I haven't been within BMI chart healhty weight range since I was in 8th grade. Go less on body fat, more on weight vs. body type.