It can’t be calculated (well it can if you measure your lean body mass somehow and decide to stick to it and choose a fat mass you want in the end… but we can’t say this number is right or that, in general). I am 5’4" and 124 lbs sounds a good number to me (not like I ever was that weight with this height) BUT I am fine with 150 too if it means I am muscular and good looking
I want a healthy lowish fat mass as I should. The actual weight doesn’t matter unless it’s so extreme that I can’t have a good fat and muscle mass with it.
To some extent, it’s taste. It’s one thing we 5’4" females have very different “ideal” weights, it’s a range for all of us. I like a slim but never skinny, bony figure. And I prefer as much muscle as possible without steroids (it’s typically very little for a woman), maybe not for the legs… While others are very happy with a little more fat if it’s still healthy. And some people want to be tiny, super thin, as little muscle as possible, just thin. Well I can’t think it’s healthy but to some lesser extent, it may be.
I refuse to imagine myself at 113 lbs. That’s super tiny. I never want to be so emaciated, so atropied muscles or so unhealthily low fat… I don’t say it can’t be okay for someone else (who likes to be skinny, has small boobs and narrow shoulders and hips) but not for me, never.
My wrist is tiny but it says nothing about my frame, I am sure I am not fragile at all.
130 lbs sounds great to me, of course you will see if it will be okay for you… I really hope I will weigh more when I finish cutting and gaining