Average Weight of a 13 Year Old?

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The average weight for a 13 year old is 45 kilograms or a little heavier. Boys are usually less heavy than girls and they have an average of 45 kilos while girls have an average of 47 kilos as they approach puberty.
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There is no particular or ideal weight for a 13-year-old girl (or a pwerson of any age) T. his is because weight is related to. height and body composition rather than age. For more
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100-120 pounds but not everyone can fit that statistic do to their sizes, body wise, their heights, how high their motabolisum is, their food consumsion and if they eat healthy foods
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Around 117 pounds, to 149 pounds.
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105 is the average.
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The average 13-year-old girl in the US weighs 126.4 pounds. The average boy of that age weighs 127.4 pounds.
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The average weight for a 13 year old will vary depending with the gender. However, the average weight for a 13 year old boy is around 38kgs to 45kgs and the average weight of a 13 year old girl is around 43kgs to 47kgs.
The average weight of a 13 year old girl is supposed to range between 95 to 105 lbs and a height of 60 to 63 inches while that of a boy should be between 85 to 100 lbs and a height of 58 to 62 inches.
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