Just as an aside on height/weight measurements. What also has to be considered is the size frame a person has. For example, the ideal weight for someone at a certain height may not be the same for someone at the exact same height with a smaller or larger frame size. For example, I am a solid 5'6 and ideal weight for me by doctor is 165. This is because I have nearly an 8" wrist size. Even fresh out of boot camp 28 years ago and in the best shape I have EVER been, I weighed in at 165. Yet, the actual "ideal weight" for someone 5'6 is averaged as 150 with no age difference. The lowest I have ever weighed, and that by extreme effort where I also ended up anemic and deficient in several vitamins, was 161.
At last weigh-in two weeks ago I weighed in at 233 and that is 27 down from when I started about 14 weeks into my program at that time.
Roughly a third of the way to goal :) but I would never, and have never, been able to get to the ideal weight so many charts "mandate."