I thought body fat was a more accurate measurement than BMI?
Maybe you are in the (upper) healthy range because you could have a lot of muscle which adds to your weight because it's denser. My friend's BMI says that he is obese, but he's a rugby player with a big build, there is very little actual fat on him, go figure!
I find it helpful not to focus solely on my weight, I mean I weigh myself because it's a quick way to find out how I'm doing, but really I focus on photographs and measurements. I won't be annoyed if I gain weight but lose inches but I want to be fit as opposed to skin and I want to look good as opposed to be light.
(I'm not an expert, I'm just guessing based on the research I've done, probably best to ask your trainer.)
Last edited by belmagick; 04-21-2011 at 04:01 AM.