This definition of weight is a bit subjective, and unscientific. In the ideal weight , the athlete will feel good physically and morally. Their yields are at their highest level.
Evaluate your ideal weight
However, the medical profession is based on BMI (body mass index) to determine whether the weight corresponds to the normal weight. By contrast, only BMI provides a range of weight, not the weight you should get.’s Ideal weight does not always correspond to the ideal target weight.
The disadvantage of this way of measuring the body mass is the calculated weight, sometimes quite away from the weight at which the athlete is well. Depending on each sport practiced and morphology, variations can be very different.
In general, the ideal weight varies little if the athlete eats a balanced way. This weight is relatively stable, and no one has the feeling of being thinner, or being too fat. In any case, one should be careful not to accumulate fat superfluous by a poor perception of body image.
The body needs lipids and are generally high-level athletes who have a lower body fat percentage of 10%.
Regime and ideal weight
The athlete should prioritize a balanced diet. Weight loss should never be sharp to avoid disruptions in the body, already punished enough by training.
A weight loss of between 1-2 kilos a month is a good target. Ideally get an ideal weight during the weeks before the competitions, and then keep the weight through a balanced diet.