The medical community uses weight charts to estimate what a healthy body mass index should be – but their approach was too one-size-fits-all to suit Glenn Beck and Jeffy Fisher on Thursday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
While looking at a weight chart to measure BMI, Jeffy was skeptical about the recommended weight for his height. A former football player, Jeffy said his lowest weight was 200 pounds.
“Was that when you were born?” Pat Gray joked.
Glenn talked about his lowest weight, saying he “looked like a stick,” and puzzled over the recommendation on the chart they were looking at: “I don’t know how you have any muscle mass at 180 [pounds] and 6’2”.”
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