This will only be an estimate, because to get an accurate number, you will have to know your current lean body mass.
Without this number it is impossible to calculate an accurate ideal weight.
The reason is simple, the more muscle that you carry, the higher your ideal weight will be.
In the weight loss tracker section, I explain how to calculate your ideal weight using your total body weight, lean body mass and total body fat weight.
This is the most accurate technique for finding out your ideal weight.
The only way you can calculate your ideal weight accurately is by choosing the body fat percentage that you want to reach when this ideal weight becomes a reality.
In other words, you are the one who decides what your ideal weight will be–based on the body fat percentage that you want to reach, at the end of your weight loss program.
The best way to make this choice is to calculate your current body fat percentage, and then choose the body fat percentage you want to have in the future.
The most important thing is to reach your ideal weight with the same muscle mass that you currently have, and this is not an easy task.
The reason it is not easy, is during any weight loss program, there will be some muscle loss.
This means that you will have to calculate your ideal weight once more once you get close to your goal.
Another option is to do weight training while you are losing weight to maintain your current lean body mass.
This is the path I would suggest taking, and what my weight loss programrecommends.