I discovered that measuring the wrist is a pile of bunkum! My wrist was always really large - and not because of fat around it either. When I mentioned to my Dietitian that after having lost a lot of weight my wrist was a lot smaller, but it hadn't been fat in the first place, she told me that the bone is always rejuvenating so over time it gets smaller if the weight has come off. I had always said I was a large frame because of the original measurement, and because I had heard from many sources that THAT was how you determine it.
Anyway, I would be inclined to say that you are the weight you are meant to be! I would imagine at your weight and height, you would actually be quite slim anyway. I am just junder 5'6" - check out my weight ticker! My Dr wanted me to stop a couple kg ago, and I don't have any health issues that would cause me to be better at a higher weight, than lower.
I read your blog, and wonder if perhaps you are focusing too much on what you perceive to be faults with yourself? Weighing yourself often will only exacerbate the problem for a lot of people, and I suspect that this could be so with you. Our bodies naturally fluctuate - not only week by week, or day by day, but also within a day. In my case it could be 4lb within that same day. There are loads of factors why the weight isn't static.
The best advice you can get is to ensure that your nutrition is healthy and balanced most of the time, (occasional treats allowed:-) and that you don't over-eat or under-eat, you get good hydration and continue to exercise, but don't overdo the exercise. If you do that, then the rest will take care of itself! Your blood results, BP, energy levels, condition of your skin/hair, and overall health are a much better indicator of success than any scales are!
The other thing I will ask - what qualifications are the trainers? Here you can almost get the certification by filling out a form from the cornflakes packet!
| current weight: 151.0