Athletic & Family Chiropractic


Athletic & Family Chiropractic
Athletic & Family Chiropractic is listed in the Chiropractors category in Mobile, Alabama. Displayed below is the only current social network for Athletic & Family Chiropractic which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Athletic & Family Chiropractic on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 36.

Contact information for Athletic & Family Chiropractic is:
900 Schillinger Rd S
Mobile, AL 36695
(251) 776-6600
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Waist to Hip ratio: What does it indicate? Usually, it is a good indicator of cardiovascular disease and poor health due to the fact that this type of fat is more metabolically active than fat on other parts of your body. Find the number: Measure your waist in inches just below the ribs, and divide that number by your hip measurement at the widest point.. we want this ratio to be .8 to 1.0 for women and men respectively.

As promised, we will begin with the post holiday weight loss tips and pathways towards health in the new year. Today lets talk briefly about some important numbers to know. BMI: First off, I'm not a big fan of this index, but use it as a guide for general health. What is it? It is a measure of your height to body weight. The greater the number the greater chance for health issues. To find yours, multiply your weight by 703.1 and divide by your height in inches and again divide that result by your height. eg (220lbs x 703)=154660 then take that # divided by the square of your height. 6'2" is 74".. 154660/ (74x74)=28.24 underweight (BMI less than 18.5) normal weight (BMI between 18.5 & 24.9) overweight (BMI between 25.0 & 29.9) obese (BMI 30.0 and above) Clearly, I have some work to do... however, this is just one index of health as it does not take into account muscle density vs fat. For that, we will use other indices to help get a clearer picture of where we are and where we need to be. Next we will talk about waist to hip ratio and cholesterol . These will help us gain a bigger picture of our health.