The London Olympics 2012 app has a beautiful amount of data on the athletes. My husband, Harry, came up with the idea of calculating the BMI for some of the athletes to show just how rubbish BMI is - the results were even better than we hoped.
A BMI of 25 means you are overweight. A BMI of 20 to 25 is normal but once you start going past 24 (and some will even say 23) you are in a danger zone within which you need to be careful.
Of the 11 athletes featured on the London 2012 app yesterday (plus one we just added to have an even number), three are overweight:
This goes to show how inaccurate BMI is. These guys are as fit as you get - their diets will be on point and at risk of stating the bleeding obvious, they take regular exercise.
These aren't even body builders or weight lifters, they're standard top athletes. Anyone who does a lot of physical work should take BMI with a pinch of salt. If your BMI is in the 25-28 range and you know you're fit and eat well, do not despair!
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