How much should a 14-year-old weigh?


According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, the average weight of a 14-year-old boy is slightly more than 110 pounds, while the average weight for a 14-year-old girl is just under 110 pounds. The CDC provides growth and weight charts for infants, children and teenagers.

These weights are not ideal for each individual; they are simply average for the age. The ideal weight for any single adolescent depends upon the relationships among age, height and weight. The CDC has a body mass index calculator on its website that combines these factors and determines if a teen has a healthy or unhealthy weight. The website also provides a link for information about accurately measuring height and weight at home.

Q&A Related to "How much should a 14-year-old weigh?"
im a 14 year old defensive end. I am 5'7 and weigh 127. Im on the smaller side but i lead the league in tackles.
Ryan McVay/Lifesize/Getty Images. On average, a 3-year-old boy weighs about 32 pounds on his third birthday and about 36 pounds at the end of the year, just before his 4th birthday.
According to your height of 5' 0" your ideal healthy weight is 114
90-105 pounds/45ish kilos, if your over weight that's fine because periods and puberty cause some girls to gain up to 10-15 pounds don't worry, as long as you exercise every day and
1 Additional Answer Answer for: How Much Should a 14 Year Old Weigh
The average 14-year-old girl in the US weighs 129.6 pounds. The average boy of that age weighs 139.1 pounds.
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