'Normal ranges' on weigh scales!

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  1. tarotwoman

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    Having abandoned my wii for weighing purposes, I have invested in some new all singing and dancing scales. As well as weight, they measure bodyfat, hydration, muscle and bone percentages. Apart from the bodyfat, I have no idea of the ranges I should be aiming for. Does anyone have this type of scale where the instruction booklet has the 'normal range' of these in?

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    Your water percentage, depending on your age, should be about 45% and up. Mine should be between 50-60%! As for muscle and bone, I think that depends on how your built and how much you workout etc, I dont think there are 'normal ranges' for those things, but I could be wrong!
     
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    Thanks, I need to get my water percentage up, it's only about 40% but maybe that's because I get weighed first thing in the morning.

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