I dont understand this, Back when I was 17-18 years old I was a weight lifting nut, I lifted 4 days a week about 1.5 hours per session and did some moderate cardio work after each session. I was 6'2 inches and weighed in at 200-210 average year round, my max bench press was just shy of 300 pounds and would routinely do 3 sets of 225 for 8 reps each. I had a thick upper body and allways bordered having washboard abs. I certainly did not consider myself fat, I ate alot of protein, good nutrients and lived a healthy lifestyle. A few minutes ago I was using one of those BMI (body fat calculators) online and according to those I was heavily overweight and bordering obesity. What gives? Was I really supposed to weigh 165 pounds? Man! I feel like a porker. The reason All this came up is that having been married for 4 years I gave up lifting and my good diet and my weight rocketed up to 240 pounds as of now. I am getting back into my old routine and was shooting for a goal of 210 pounds but since that is considered heavily overweight should I really weigh 165?