Boys should weigh 134 pounds on average at the age of sixteen. The typical weight of girls in this age group is 118 pounds. Girls are typically 64 inches tall at the age of 16, compared to boys who are roughly 68.3 inches tall.
By the age of 16, a child may reach certain milestones, such as the development of their sexual organs. For girls, the breasts greatly enlarge and the hips fill out. The voice gets deeper and the Adam’s apple gets notably bigger in boys.
Growth milestones can happen at any moment between the ages of 13 and 18, however these physical changes may become visible by the time a boy or girl is 16 years old. Teenagers at this age may also begin to forge their own identities separate from their families and to consider their futures in terms of their professional and interpersonal connections.