ideal weight chart for men

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  1. xdam's Avatar

    xdam said:

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    are you the right weight?
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  2. xdam's Avatar

    xdam said:

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    im 6'2" and 15 stone so i need to lose 1/2 stone to be the perfect weight.
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    Morph said:

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    The trouble is those charts do not account for muscle mass, so if you got a big body builder on there for instance he would come out a obese. Im 12 3/4 stone at 5 11 1/2 so puts me ideal
     
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    xdam said:

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    i think it's meant for the average person not a body builder
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  5. hxbro's Avatar

    hxbro said:

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    I need to grow a bit to get to my ideal weight

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    Yell said:

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    i reached my ideal weight once then totaly past it im 14st 9lb and im 5'11" does this mean im a fat knacker or can i get away with sayin im big boned ......
     
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    xdam said:

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    you are a fat knacker
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  8. RudeYute's Avatar

    RudeYute said:

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    **** me, that must be a load of shit. I'm 9 stone, but am definitely not 5ft 2!
    I am more like 5' 10", but not sure exactly.
     
  9. xdam's Avatar

    xdam said:

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    your underweight then
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  10. Snak3's Avatar

    Snak3 said:

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    is that chart for yanks or something?

    cos i'm 5"10 and 10 stone and i'm not underweight, more like average.
     
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    ruggie_uk said:

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    The chart is bollox - my weight isnt even listed :/
    oops - better lay off the currys
     
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    webslinger2k said:

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    Originally posted by RudeYute
    **** me, that must be a load of shit. I'm 9 stone, but am definitely not 5ft 2!
    I am more like 5' 10", but not sure exactly.
    feck me mate....that is underweight for sure....
     
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    webslinger2k said:

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    well according to the chart i am my ideal weight..........

    but remember guys, its not what you weigh, its what you look like

    you may be your ideal weight, but is it that fat arse belly that has got you there, while you walk around with legs like chickens and arms like pipe cleaners...
     
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    jonf said:

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    16St 2Lb 5'11" but I do prop for the local rugby team so don't think I should loose too much sleep over it.
     
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    BFG said:

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    XDam, can you extend the chart right a bit? I'm 6'4" and not listed


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    webslinger2k said:

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    Originally posted by BFG
    XDam, can you extend the chart right a bit? I'm 6'4" and not listed
    aaaah i see........so thats where your nick comes from.
     
  17. mladen's Avatar

    mladen said:

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    shit, 6ft 1 and 12stone, im very slightly under

    Looks like I will need to get into shape with Weightgain 4000!!!
     
  18. petecowie's Avatar

    petecowie said:

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    Hmmm, I'm 5'9" and weigh 13-14 /stone depending on the day. I have a 32" waist so what's going wrong then!! I train three times a week but I've always (last couple of years) weghed at least 12 Stone. Any idea why my weight is so much?
     
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    cmcneill said:

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    I'm 19 stone, 6'7 and play rugby, why dont people make charts for folk like me?
     
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    guns said:

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    Originally posted by petecowie
    Hmmm, I'm 5'9" and weigh 13-14 /stone depending on the day. I have a 32" waist so what's going wrong then!! I train three times a week but I've always (last couple of years) weghed at least 12 Stone. Any idea why my weight is so much?
    Dont forget that muscle weighs heavier than fat, and the chart isnt designed for weightlifters and bodbuilders, oh and really tall rugby players