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Waist definition of waist by The Free Dictionary.
I" have the pleasure of being already acquainted, if the countess remembers me, said Prince Andrew with a low and courteous bow quite belying Peronskaya's' remarks about his rudeness, and approaching Natasha he held out his arm to grasp her waist before he had completed his invitation.
Waist Circumference an overview ScienceDirect Topics. ScienceDirect.
In individuals with a BMI above 35 kg/m 2, a waist circumference does not confer additional disease risk and therefore it is not necessary to measure waist circumference in patients with BMI 35 kg/m 2. High risk is defined by a waist circumference 40 inches 102 cm for men and 35 inches 88 cm for women 6.
WAIST meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Saksoni/iStock/Getty Image Plus/GettyImages. His shirt was open to the waist revealing a very hairy chest. The veil fell almost to her waist. I was starting to get a bit flabby around my waist. She held on tightly to his waist.
Urban Dictionary: waist.
Commonly called that because it is a waste of space and if it weren't' there, then there'd' just be tits and ass! Noun - I" tell you man, if the waist weren't' there we wouldn't' have ta look after so much, and Vegas would be so much closer to Disneyland."
What's' Your Waist to Hip Ratio? SHP Nutrition Trends UAB.
The researchers looked at the relationship between waist to hip ratio and Body Mass Index BMI how we measure weight for height and how many people died over the next 6 years. As it turned out, a high waist to hip ratio was more likely to be related to death than was BMI.
WAIST noun definition and synonyms Macmillan Dictionary.
Adjectives frequently used with waist narrow, slender, slim, small, thin, tiny. The sequinned dress showed off her slim waist. Definition and synonyms of waist from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of waist.
Waist Size Matters Obesity Prevention Source Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The two most common ways to measure abdominal obesity are waist circumference and waist size compared to hip size, also known as the waist-to-hip ratio. Several organizations have defined cut-points for abdominal obesity around one or both of these measurements, with different cut-points for men and women see table.
Waist-to-height ratio as an indicator of 'early' health risk: simpler and more predictive than using a 'matrix' based on BMI and waist circumference BMJ Open.
Waist-to-height ratio as an indicator of 'early' health risk: simpler and more predictive than using a 'matrix' based on BMI and waist circumference. Waist-to-height ratio as an indicator of 'early' health risk: simpler and more predictive than using a 'matrix' based on BMI and waist circumference.
waist Etymology, origin and meaning of waist by etymonline.
late 14c, middle" part of the body, also part" of a garment fitted for the waist, portion of a garment that covers the waist" but, due to fashion styles, often above or below it, probably from Old English wæst growth, hence, where" the body grows, from Proto-Germanic wahs-tu- source also of Old English wæstm, Old Norse vöxtr, Swedish växt, Old High German wahst growth, increase, Gothic wahstus stature, Old English weaxan to" grow" see wax v, from PIE wegs-, extended form of root aug- 1 to" increase."
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Body fat stored around the waist also releases more blood triglycerides in response to stress hormone signals compared to hip and thigh fat. Belly Fat Linked To Higher Risk Of Premature Death, Regardless Of Your Weight LGBTQ-Editor October 5, 2020 No Straight News.
WAIST Synonyms: 11 Synonyms Antonyms for WAIST Thesaurus.com. Thesaurus.com.
6 EASY WAYS TO BE A BETTER SKIER HEATHER HANSMAN OCTOBER 1, 2020 OUTSIDE ONLINE. To maintain that aggressive fall-line stance through steep turns, you need to pivot at the waist, moving your lower body into a turn while keeping your upper body facing downhill.

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