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(ABC)   The average U.S. adult now weighs 176 pounds, which is 15 pounds heavier than in 1990. Maybe it's not such a bad thing that Hostess Twinkies went out of business   (abcnews.go.com) divider line 129
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2012-11-26 11:17:56 AM  
Is big-boned really a thing? I'm 6'1'' and 235 pounds and losing weight, but I don't look that bad, I really think if you saw me with my shirt off you'd think "he could stand to lose another 20 pounds". If I lost 60 I feel like I would be emaciated.
 
2012-11-26 11:21:33 AM  

Cythraul: I'm 6'2" tall and I'm at 225 lbs. Is that bad?


It isn't terrible. I'm 6'3" and 235. I'm jogging 3 miles a day to try to amend that. It's overweight, sure, but even by BMI standards (which are not even accurate), you aren't obese.
 
2012-11-26 11:22:09 AM  

Cythraul: I'm 6'2" tall and I'm at 225 lbs. Is that bad?


mirror? is that you?

not when i used to be 250

would still like to drop another 10-15

gotta have goals
 
2012-11-26 11:27:14 AM  

inner ted: Cythraul: I'm 6'2" tall and I'm at 225 lbs. Is that bad?

mirror? is that you?

not when i used to be 250

would still like to drop another 10-15

gotta have goals


Skip the weight goals. Just watch the waistline. I've put on 10 lbs over the last few months but my waist has gotten smaller as most of that weight is new muscle.

/gym...26 minutes...sound fat etc
 
2012-11-26 11:28:12 AM  

had98c: Based on the last thread I read about this on here, I've determined that Fark is populated mostly by giants.

/5'8", 130 lbs.


It seems like Fark has a higher than average height compared to the real world. When I'm in a crowded area, there usually isn't anyone taller than me.

There was a statistic I read a long time ago that said only 1% of males are over 6'3". Never been able to back that up though and don't even know if that's supposed to be just the US, worldwide or what.

/Sorry to everybody to the left of me on the distribution curve for being a pain in your ass at concerts, public events, etc...
 
2012-11-26 11:38:05 AM  
I consider myself drought and famine resistant. It's only prudent.
 
2012-11-26 11:39:07 AM  
I'm exactly 176 lbs. I actually weighed myself this morning.

That's higher than it should be, I guess. But it's still south of what I weighed when I graduated from college, in 1985.

/just shy of 5'10"
//pushing 50, hard
 
2012-11-26 11:40:21 AM  

cleveralthere: inner ted: Cythraul: I'm 6'2" tall and I'm at 225 lbs. Is that bad?

mirror? is that you?

not when i used to be 250

would still like to drop another 10-15

gotta have goals

Skip the weight goals. Just watch the waistline. I've put on 10 lbs over the last few months but my waist has gotten smaller as most of that weight is new muscle.

/gym...26 minutes...sound fat etc


i can dig it
the better indicator is always how the same clothes fit - or don't.

also: performance. being an incredible creature of habit, i ride the exact same circuit on my bicycle. hills don't lie. towards the end of the season i was riding 3 times a week and zooming up the hills that i barely made up early in the summer.

now it's raining & i'm playing halo

/csb
 
2012-11-26 11:42:46 AM  
Can you buy Twinkies with food stamps?
 
2012-11-26 11:50:36 AM  

MilesTeg: Can you buy Twinkies with food stamps?


Classic SNAP 'food stamps', yes. Other programs like WIC, no.
 
2012-11-26 11:52:11 AM  
Slightly above average in height, a bit below average in weight. Sounds good to me.

I still have a bit too much fat compared to muscle though. I've made a lot of progress in the last year though. I can do pullups now! Multiple ones!
 
2012-11-26 11:56:07 AM  
My bad. I weight less than I did in 1990.

And it's a fraking battle at 60.
 
2012-11-26 11:58:35 AM  
i'm 6 foot one, and about 205 pounds.

32 inch waist. yes, that means i have a substantial spare tire. and yes, I diet. and yes, I go to the gym 3 to 4 times a week.

my frustration, let me show you it. gaaaaaaah.
 
2012-11-26 12:01:13 PM  

Foxxinnia: Slightly above average in height, a bit below average in weight. Sounds good to me.

I still have a bit too much fat compared to muscle though. I've made a lot of progress in the last year though. I can do pullups now! Multiple ones!


This is the thing that I wonder about. I've gained about 20 pounds more than ideal in the last decade, not muscle just fat. However, I have more stamina for running and can do more pushups now than I could ten years ago when I was ideal weight. Overall, I feel healthier and have better exercise performance in general. How in the world is that possible?
 
2012-11-26 12:02:14 PM  
FTA: The average ideal weight for men was 185 pounds, according to the poll, a Gallup record, and up 14 pounds since 1990. The average actual weight for men was 196 pounds, up 16 pounds since 1990.

If, as was stated earlier, the average height for men is 5'10 (my height), then my weight of 173 is just over what the ideal weight was in 1990 and below both the average weight and ideal weight for men now. So huzzah.

I could probably lose 10 pounds or so if I felt like I needed to, but I already work out and eat fairly healthy without being on any type of diet. I haven't eaten a twinkie since I was a kid.

/Good job to Mr_Fabulous for matching my measurements at 20 years my senior, I hope I'm still in this good shape when I hit 50.
 
2012-11-26 12:03:29 PM  

WorldCitizen: Frederick: FTFA:
The average actual weight for men was 196 pounds, up 16 pounds since 1990.

The average weight of WWII soldiers was 150 lbs.

Yeah, but what was their average age? I'm guessing if you weighed the average US soldier now they would weigh less than the average American male which includes all those very plump guys in their 30s through 60s. But I bet the modern, male US soldier still weighs more than 150. A lot of them seem pretty muscled up; those weigh a lot.


The average age of a US soldier in WWII was 26.
 
2012-11-26 12:04:00 PM  

browntimmy: Is big-boned really a thing?


Nope. Skeletons are all pretty much the same, other than length (and width, to an extent). So big-FRAMED is a thing, but big boned, not so much.
 
2012-11-26 12:08:04 PM  

Edward Rooney Dean of Students: browntimmy: Is big-boned really a thing?

Nope. Skeletons are all pretty much the same, other than length (and width, to an extent). So big-FRAMED is a thing, but big boned, not so much.


And density, of course, but I really don't know how much that varies.
 
2012-11-26 12:08:42 PM  
Not so much Twinkies, as e-mail, voice mail, cell phones, etc. Too many people spend their entire day at the office on one chair, only getting up to eat lunch and pee. Gone are the days when you actually had to get up and walk to someone's office to talk to them.
 
2012-11-26 12:09:23 PM  

treesloth: And density, of course, but I really don't know how much that varies.


It's very little, except in extreme cases. Not enough to make more than a few pounds difference.
 
2012-11-26 12:10:03 PM  
I'm way too fat right now, 5'9 and 275. But that is down from 286.

Biggest problems being that I love food, and I both work and play on the computer.

Dropped the little I have when the wife and I cut way down on soda, and switched to the weekday vegetarian eating pattern. I highly recommend it. We've both lost weight, and we've saved a bunch of money on groceries too.

Was down to 273 or so before Thanksgiving.

When I'm down to a much healthier weight I tend to still be on the heavier end of the average. Even in my early 20's when I was working hard physical labor I came in at 185.
 
2012-11-26 12:11:29 PM  

burndtdan: FTA: The average ideal weight for men was 185 pounds, according to the poll, a Gallup record, and up 14 pounds since 1990. The average actual weight for men was 196 pounds, up 16 pounds since 1990.

If, as was stated earlier, the average height for men is 5'10 (my height), then my weight of 173 is just over what the ideal weight was in 1990 and below both the average weight and ideal weight for men now. So huzzah.

I could probably lose 10 pounds or so if I felt like I needed to, but I already work out and eat fairly healthy without being on any type of diet. I haven't eaten a twinkie since I was a kid.

/Good job to Mr_Fabulous for matching my measurements at 20 years my senior, I hope I'm still in this good shape when I hit 50.


Thanks, but I'm really not in that good of shape. But I do find the time to power-walk 4 or 5 miles, five times a week.

Just so you know, somewhere around 40 or 45 it's going to become close to impossible to lose any weight at all. So do what you can to keep up the good habits.
 
2012-11-26 12:13:40 PM  

offacue: Not so much Twinkies, as e-mail, voice mail, cell phones, etc. Too many people spend their entire day at the office on one chair, only getting up to eat lunch and pee. Gone are the days when you actually had to get up and walk to someone's office to talk to them.


I hear the standing office work area is making a comeback.

www.sitstandsolutions.com

It hasn't happened at my office, but has at HQ.

I do have a couple of coworkers that sit on those giant inflatable workout balls though.
 
2012-11-26 12:16:21 PM  
Don't worry America, after you have poisoned yourself into illness by eating a lifetime of ADM and ConAgra Diabetes Chow, the corporations will gladly fix you through United Health and Wellstar.

Enjoy America.
 
2012-11-26 12:18:20 PM  

meat0918: I hear the standing office work area is making a comeback.


I've got one (as does a coworker) and we really like them. Dunno if it makes a huge difference, but you feel better at the end of the day. Mine's adjustable so you can also sit down if need be. This is what I have:

Link
 
2012-11-26 12:22:08 PM  

Cythraul: I'm 6'2" tall and I'm at 225 lbs. Is that bad?


I'm the same height and when I got down to 225 I looked near skeletal, so you're probably ok.
 
2012-11-26 12:35:22 PM  

Katolu: Cythraul: I'm 6'2" tall and I'm at 225 lbs. Is that bad?

I'm the same height and when I got down to 225 I looked near skeletal, so you're probably ok.


I am 6'2" and at 225 I looked overweight, had a double chin, the beginnings of man boobs, and a big belly. At 195 I still look a tad overweight, but no more threat of man boobies.

Weirdest thing was I felt like I was missing something when I'd get dressed in the morning. I finally figured out the missing feeling was my gut hanging over my belt.
 
2012-11-26 12:36:54 PM  

meat0918: offacue: Not so much Twinkies, as e-mail, voice mail, cell phones, etc. Too many people spend their entire day at the office on one chair, only getting up to eat lunch and pee. Gone are the days when you actually had to get up and walk to someone's office to talk to them.

I hear the standing office work area is making a comeback.

[www.sitstandsolutions.com image 360x396]

It hasn't happened at my office, but has at HQ.

I do have a couple of coworkers that sit on those giant inflatable workout balls though.



I code all day so I am in the chair way too long. I try to get up often and walk the stairs...even if it is for a bathroom break. I would absolutely love a standing desk. I'm not holding my breath with respect to the company buying one but maybe they will let me bring one in. I had a client with one and it was awesome doing work at his desk.

As far as the inflatable balls and posture go, it's good to recline somewhat so your upper legs and torso make something like a 130deg angle as to relieve pressure on the spine. That seems to work well for me ( this same advice was recently in Backpacker magazine, BTW).
 
2012-11-26 12:41:56 PM  

UberDave: meat0918: offacue: Not so much Twinkies, as e-mail, voice mail, cell phones, etc. Too many people spend their entire day at the office on one chair, only getting up to eat lunch and pee. Gone are the days when you actually had to get up and walk to someone's office to talk to them.

I hear the standing office work area is making a comeback.

[www.sitstandsolutions.com image 360x396]

It hasn't happened at my office, but has at HQ.

I do have a couple of coworkers that sit on those giant inflatable workout balls though.


I code all day so I am in the chair way too long. I try to get up often and walk the stairs...even if it is for a bathroom break. I would absolutely love a standing desk. I'm not holding my breath with respect to the company buying one but maybe they will let me bring one in. I had a client with one and it was awesome doing work at his desk.

As far as the inflatable balls and posture go, it's good to recline somewhat so your upper legs and torso make something like a 130deg angle as to relieve pressure on the spine. That seems to work well for me ( this same advice was recently in Backpacker magazine, BTW).


I have to addendum my post, we have one here that does the standing workstation, but that was on doctor's orders.

I code all day too, and try to get up and do a lap around the office at least once an hour.
 
2012-11-26 12:43:37 PM  

UberDave: As far as the inflatable balls and posture go, it's good to recline somewhat so your upper legs and torso make something like a 130deg angle as to relieve pressure on the spine. That seems to work well for me ( this same advice was recently in Backpacker magazine, BTW).


I worked in an office who had employees that requested inflatable balls for chairs for health reasons. The workmens comp claims began getting filed within six months as people fell off them. I guess my suggestion before using them would be to make sure you are coordinated.
//They no longer allow anything other than standard office chairs there anymore.
 
2012-11-26 12:46:59 PM  
I blame the work habits of Americans and lack of balance in life. It has come to a point where every year we are expected to work harder than the year previous. I would venture to say that there is no such thing as a typical 9-5 job any longer. You throw outrageous commute times in most major cities because affording a half-way decent family home in the city is unaffordable, you end up with people that really are not able to exercise. If I don't have work, I am probably at a networking event, bettering my career, or entertaining clients on a week day. That means at the EARLIEST I am getting home around 9. Am I going to go and work out after? No. I am exhausted. Am I really going to wake up at 5am to go work out, then take a shower and get dressed? Fark no, I wouldn't be able to function during the day, I would have to go to bed RIGHT when I got home!

There is no balance to life anymore. I would LOVE getting home at 5 so I could go work out and cook.
 
2012-11-26 12:49:40 PM  
I had been losing weight at a rate of about 2-4 pounds a week for the last 5 weeks and unless my scale is wacky I someone gained back 3 this week. There was Thanksgiving and a birthday dinner but i didn't go that crazy, and other than that I maintained the same diet and even upped the exercise regimen a little. Although with the 4 day holiday my eating schedule was radically different. The body sure is a finicky little biatch.
 
2012-11-26 12:50:36 PM  
6'1" at 208.4, down from 260 this time last year.

Running around with 60 pounds of shiat strapped to you slims you down, who knew. Watching what I eat beyond looking at it and shoveling it in helped.
 
2012-11-26 01:00:38 PM  

Frederick: FTFA:
The average actual weight for men was 196 pounds, up 16 pounds since 1990.

The average weight of WWII soldiers was 150 lbs.


All of them lived through the depression, which was basically a national diet program.
 
2012-11-26 01:11:42 PM  

I_C_Weener: I'm about 7 pounds overweight.  I'm 5'11.75" and 205 pounds. 
 
I defy your BMI and averages!


Do you tell people your age in halves and quarters as well as your height?
 
2012-11-26 01:11:43 PM  

meat0918: offacue: Not so much Twinkies, as e-mail, voice mail, cell phones, etc. Too many people spend their entire day at the office on one chair, only getting up to eat lunch and pee. Gone are the days when you actually had to get up and walk to someone's office to talk to them.

I hear the standing office work area is making a comeback.

[www.sitstandsolutions.com image 360x396]

It hasn't happened at my office, but has at HQ.

I do have a couple of coworkers that sit on those giant inflatable workout balls though.


Is it this guy?

bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com
 
2012-11-26 01:12:10 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: I blame the work habits of Americans and lack of balance in life. It has come to a point where every year we are expected to work harder than the year previous. I would venture to say that there is no such thing as a typical 9-5 job any longer. You throw outrageous commute times in most major cities because affording a half-way decent family home in the city is unaffordable, you end up with people that really are not able to exercise. If I don't have work, I am probably at a networking event, bettering my career, or entertaining clients on a week day. That means at the EARLIEST I am getting home around 9. Am I going to go and work out after? No. I am exhausted. Am I really going to wake up at 5am to go work out, then take a shower and get dressed? Fark no, I wouldn't be able to function during the day, I would have to go to bed RIGHT when I got home!

There is no balance to life anymore. I would LOVE getting home at 5 so I could go work out and cook.


pretty much nailed it on the head

i work behind a computer all day everyday (sometimes on weekends) and i have to take stretching/standing breaks every 40-45min at the least, i work out at home so i don't have to rush to the gym or anything and i walk the dogs 2 miles at night everyday (including weekends) if i can, eat salads for lunch and drink lots of coffee, i only drink beer on the weekends, etc. i'm in pretty good shape for a computer hermit (5'-10" 165lbs) but i'm also very lucky i have a high metabolism and lose weight just as easily as i gain it (i know that'll change as i get older...)

still, i'm probably not doing as much as i should, but what's crazy are a lot of my coworkers who do FAR less than any of that and on top of that haven't changed their diets of heavy meals and beer while working more time than I do

i can't really blame them for that, their lack of balance just means the only reward they can give themselves is food & drink, i don't expect anybody to deny themselves that so they can have a fun time outdoors on weekends or whatever, to each their own

the idea of people slaving away in an office only to have miserable health and die young is pretty damn sad tho
 
2012-11-26 01:19:39 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: I would venture to say that there is no such thing as a typical 9-5 job any longer. You throw outrageous commute times in most major cities because affording a half-way decent family home in the city is unaffordable, you end up with people that really are not able to exercise. If I don't have work, I am probably at a networking event, bettering my career, or entertaining clients on a week day. That means at the EARLIEST I am getting home around 9. Am I going to go and work out after? No. I am exhausted. Am I really going to wake up at 5am to go work out, then take a shower and get dressed? Fark no, I wouldn't be able to function during the day, I would have to go to bed RIGHT when I got home!

There is no balance to life anymore. I would LOVE getting home at 5 so I could go work out and cook.


As someone in a relatively small midwest town with a not-terribly-prestigious not-terribly-high-paying job, who does get home at 5 every day to cook and go on bike rides, but whose expenses are low enough to plan on retiring pretty early, all I've got to say is I'm glad that's you, not me.
 
2012-11-26 01:22:12 PM  

browntimmy: I had been losing weight at a rate of about 2-4 pounds a week for the last 5 weeks and unless my scale is wacky I someone gained back 3 this week. There was Thanksgiving and a birthday dinner but i didn't go that crazy, and other than that I maintained the same diet and even upped the exercise regimen a little. Although with the 4 day holiday my eating schedule was radically different. The body sure is a finicky little biatch.


How often are you weighing yourself? Weight can fluctuate 10+ lb a day just on water retention and what is in your stomach. Weigh yourself daily when you wake up (after your morning pee), and look at the trend.
 
2012-11-26 01:23:30 PM  

AdamK: i can't really blame them for that, their lack of balance just means the only reward they can give themselves is food & drink, i don't expect anybody to deny them ...


I used to work for a large company where many of their mainframe programmers worked at night on 12 hour shifts. Body shapes that could only be described as circular with weight well in excess of 300 pounds were not only normal, but management could determine what office they worked for by only seeing them in the hallway. Sadly, most of them knew it was due to their nocturnal working lives, vending machine munchies (food can compensate for sleep to some degree), and lack of useful awake time during sunlit hours to do anything outside when they were off duty and feeling decent. However, the pay was good enough for them to compensate for literally decades of that lifestyle. Nothing more depressing than knowing exactly what will kill you.
 
2012-11-26 01:28:36 PM  
I don't mean to brag, but I am taller and more muscly than a lot of old timers I see running around. I'm sure that is the case for lots of young adults these days.
 
2012-11-26 01:48:00 PM  

Bob Falfa: What's our average height?


At 6'1", I'm only a few pounds shy. I think I'm in a pretty good position.
 
2012-11-26 01:50:16 PM  

Eddie Ate Dynamite: I_C_Weener: I'm about 7 pounds overweight.  I'm 5'11.75" and 205 pounds. 
 
I defy your BMI and averages!

Do you tell people your age in halves and quarters as well as your height?



It is one of my biggest regrets that I never reached 6'.
 
2012-11-26 01:58:03 PM  
 
2012-11-26 02:00:41 PM  

bootman: Food makers and marketers have learned how to hack the palette and minds of people for market advantage. A side affect is growing waistlines. Then some folks blame the population as a whole for not having the willpower to resist the paid consultants, chefs, psychologists, chemists, billions in non-stop marketing, and best in class ease of availability.


Imagine if they used that power for good.
 
2012-11-26 02:08:01 PM  
i'm 6'1 1/2, and 193lbs... decent physique, but trying to lose some flab off my belly... all good, as i'm off to the gym in 24 minutes.
 
2012-11-26 02:08:45 PM  

browntimmy: Is big-boned really a thing? I'm 6'1'' and 235 pounds and losing weight, but I don't look that bad, I really think if you saw me with my shirt off you'd think "he could stand to lose another 20 pounds". If I lost 60 I feel like I would be emaciated.


weknowmemes.com

That said there's also sub-surface fat that goes between internal organs and muscles all over your body that doesn't show as much as surface fat. So even healthy looking people often have layers of fat they don't even notice.
 
2012-11-26 02:51:13 PM  

Lawnchair: the money is in the banana stand: I would venture to say that there is no such thing as a typical 9-5 job any longer. You throw outrageous commute times in most major cities because affording a half-way decent family home in the city is unaffordable, you end up with people that really are not able to exercise. If I don't have work, I am probably at a networking event, bettering my career, or entertaining clients on a week day. That means at the EARLIEST I am getting home around 9. Am I going to go and work out after? No. I am exhausted. Am I really going to wake up at 5am to go work out, then take a shower and get dressed? Fark no, I wouldn't be able to function during the day, I would have to go to bed RIGHT when I got home!

There is no balance to life anymore. I would LOVE getting home at 5 so I could go work out and cook.

As someone in a relatively small midwest town with a not-terribly-prestigious not-terribly-high-paying job, who does get home at 5 every day to cook and go on bike rides, but whose expenses are low enough to plan on retiring pretty early, all I've got to say is I'm glad that's you, not me.


Believe me, if I could relocate I would. My talent, job, and company I have built relies on me being in a major city where my clients are and the market is. I am in great shape, but it is a total pain in the arse to maintain to the point where at times I am just not happy. The sad thing is that the world doesn't have to be this way, this is evident the day before a holiday and on holidays. All of the businesses slow down, people go out of town and people can actually enjoy life and you know what, the world doesn't explode - life goes on as usual. If our company could shift hours of operation, that would be tremendous too. I would LOVE getting to work early if it meant I could leave at 4 and miss rush hour and have daylight left to actually live a life.

The problem is that you have people now with outrageous expectations and because of how farked up the economy is, everyone is willing to cater to them. It is a vicious cycle where everyone loses. Even winning an opportunity now, our margins and expenses are so high coupled with all of the time expenditure that we barely cover ourselves, which is much better than most people who are closing their doors as a result. It wasn't always this way, working hard isn't an issue when that sweat equity pays off, now working hard is the only option you have. It is either that or fail. I cannot balance my life as clients don't care if I have a healthy life or not, they just want what they want when they want it, and if I don't provide that there are plenty of hungry folks out there for business. While healthy competition is good for the market, now all it is is undercutting each other and cutting corners to see "what you can get away with" while staying solvent. It doesn't have to be this way but that is how the current generation is.

Not only is it expensive to own your own company, in today's market, the physical toll it takes on you and what it does to your personal life is crushing. Thankfully I have a very loving and patient girl. We try to stay active, but in all honesty it just isn't possible anymore without killing ourselves. You wonder why people are fat now outside of the obvious low impulse control / availability, it is because the work day doesn't start and stop like it should.
 
2012-11-26 02:55:31 PM  
Considering I'm 6'4", I don't think you would want to see me at 176 lbs. Heck I felt too slender when I was 185 lbs.

/back to 190

T.rex: i'm 6'1 1/2, and 193lbs... decent physique, but trying to lose some flab off my belly... all good, as i'm off to the gym in 24 minutes.


Going to the gym won't really get rid of that belly fat I'm afraid. Low sugar, high fiber, high protein (~80% from vegetables), high complex carbohydrate diets will. You will be seeing a lot of peas, beans, almonds, rolled oats and egg whites in your future.
 
2012-11-26 03:21:47 PM  
I tried the LuRong paleo challenge - 60 days on a restricted diet plus 2x/week workouts and lost most of my flab by the end. The diet was tough but rewarding - no grains and no dairy at all. I ate lots of veggies, some fruit, and all the lean protein I wanted. It is a stricter diet than typical "Paleo" eating, and I'm not sticking to it permanently. It did show me that dropping the carbs* from my diet = dropping the fat from my body.

As I understand it, eating simple carbs and sugar keeps the body running on carbs for fuel and storing fat for emergencies. Eating very low carb switches the body into safe/light ketosis where the body runs on dietary fat for fuel then stored fat when the dietary fat is exhausted. You can buy pee strips to monitor your ketones to make sure you stay in light ketosis, which is safe for the body.

By the way, exercise makes you hungrier, so you want take in more calories the more you work out.

*Low carb diets still include carbs from veggies and fruit, but generally avoid the sugary and floury crap that is making us all fat.
 
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