I wrestled with question this for a long time. From my experience nobody, that is no doctor, dietitian, trainer or weight-loss professional will agree on your "best weight". I was give a range of 50 lbs for a good weight between all my medical professionals. Cardiologist said I looked cut at 225 and that was good, dietitian said 180 to 183 (she is in the business to keep you coming back, used BMI instead of weight or % body fat), trainer didn't give a number but advice (Lean body mass, can you see veins in your arms and legs, pinch test and body fat test), General Practitioner about 200, so these numbers can cause you to go nuts.
Find a weight and stay there a while. Do you feel good? Hang around a while and plan your next move. I've kept the weight the same but dropped % fat and lost inches. It's not just pounds.
Being a cyclist, lose your weight before the season. I've found it a poor idea to cut calories during the peak of the riding season.
At 49, 213 is far better than 240, 50 , 60 etc..... Your weight will fluctuate, keep and eye on it, track your food and exercise, and consider yourself in good health.
This is your body and your life. Live it the way you want and enjoy it. I think you are on the right track. It's about discovery and learning.
| current weight: 192.0