The average weight for a 9-year-old is approximately 63 pounds, while the average height of a 9-year-old is approximately 52.5 inches. These averages vary slightly based on gender.
The average weight of a 2-year-old boy is between 24.8 to 28.9 pounds, and the average weight of a 2-year-old girl is between 23.3 to 27.5 pounds. At this age, parents should see their babies slowly put on weight day by day although the rate will vary. Some fluctuations are to be expected.
The average weight of a 13-year-old female is 101 pounds and the average weight of a 13-year-old male is 100 pounds according to the growth charts that have been sourced by the World Health Organization, Gerontology Research Center and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Be
The average weight of a 20 year old depends on height. For 20-year-old men with medium build, who are 6 feet tall, the average weight is 157 to 170 pounds, or about 72 to 77 kilograms.
The average weight for a 12-year-old girl is 91.5 pounds, whereas the average weight for a 12-year-old boy is 88 pounds. However, children's bodies vary widely and are largely determined by genetics.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's growth charts, a 14-year-old boy's average weight is 113 pounds, while that of a 14-year-old girl is 109 pounds. However, it is more important that a child show steady growth rather than focus on a certain number, according to Babycenter.
As of February 2015, the average weight of a 19-year-old male in America is 152 pounds, while the average female weighs 126 pounds. However, once a person reaches adulthood, an ideal average weight is determined more by height and body type than by age.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average weight for an 11-year-old child is between 60 and 120 pounds. In addition to weight, doctors often determine children's body mass index.
The normal weight for a woman depends greatly on how tall she is and what type of frame she has. Women who are around 5 feet 5 inches tall should weigh approximately 115 to 149 lbs., notes Rush University Health Center. A normal and healthy weight is also determined by body mass index (BMI).
The average weight for a woman is 164.7 pounds, as of 2014. The average weight for a man is 194.7 pounds. Men have an average height of 69.4 inches and average waist circumference of 39.7 inches. Women's average height is 63.8 inches, and their average waist circumference is 37 inches.