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Guys who are 5ft10-6ft1 tall, how much do you weigh?

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    I'm 6'1 and weight 11st 6oz
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    Just under 6'1 and 53kg, but I am a lanky 16 year old shoulders need to widen :L last year i had 26 inch waiste , now it's 30-32.


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    6'1 - 87kg/192lbs/13.7 stone
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    6'1. 82kg. Think it's about 13 stone. 12% body fat

    Feels perfect man
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    (Original post by Venom)
    6'2ft and last I checked in the area of 7-8 stone.
    thats incredibly underweight, disturbingly so, Im 6"2 and 12 stone and am slim
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    (Original post by Venom)
    6'2ft and last I checked in the area of 7-8 stone.
    Either your really skinny, or you got your numbers wrong.
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    (Original post by hiding12)
    thats incredibly underweight, disturbingly so, Im 6"2 and 12 stone and am slim
    Oh me too. I'm do frustrated at being skinny. Btw do you have slim arms coz sometimes I feel it's just me.
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    6ft 2", just over 14 stone. I feel huge after reading everyone else's weight but wouldn't consider myself fat or even chubby.
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    I'm 5'10-5'11 and around 74kg
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    (Original post by Umer786)
    Oh me too. I'm do frustrated at being skinny. Btw do you have slim arms coz sometimes I feel it's just me.
    yeah pretty thin, do have some muscle but cos they're long they look thinner
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    I'm just over 6ft and I'm 186lbs(84kg/13stone4lbs). I'd consider myself a bit overweight.
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    5ft10 75kg/11.5 stone
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    184 cm (just over 6'/just under 6'1"), 74kg, about 12% bodyfat at the minute
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    186cm and 88kg, about 10% bf.
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    (Original post by hiding12)
    yeah pretty thin, do have some muscle but cos they're long they look thinner
    Well only once i started using protein shakes and worked out i've got slightly build around the biceps. My arms are long aswell so yeah they do look thinner that way.
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    5'11, 76.3 kg or 12.02 lbs, im on a bulk phase at the moment though so thats quite a high weight considering im an Ectomorph.
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    (Original post by DontBeJelBeReem)
    5'11, 76.3 kg or 12.02 lbs, im on a bulk phase at the moment though so thats quite a high weight considering im an Ectomorph.
    how are you bulking up?
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    (Original post by #JayJay)
    how are you bulking up?
    At first, i tried to bulk up by just eating lots of food. Im talking take aways, chocolate, anything really so that i could increase my calorie count, DONT DO THIS!

    Now i've learnt how to bulk properly, which is by counting your calories (there are several apps that can do this) and sticking to a diet plan. I now plan to eat 3000 calories a day, through clean foods such as your staple foods, milk, meat, fish etc. It's not perfect, and i 'cheat' a lot but having the odd take away etc, but its a much cleaner bulk than i had before. By doing this, you will see yourself getting bigger, gaining weight, with minimal fat gains. Right now my body fat is 14%, a little high, but in 5 weeks i will stop the bulk, start the cut, and hopefully look a lot better.
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    (Original post by DontBeJelBeReem)
    At first, i tried to bulk up by just eating lots of food. Im talking take aways, chocolate, anything really so that i could increase my calorie count, DONT DO THIS!

    Now i've learnt how to bulk properly, which is by counting your calories (there are several apps that can do this) and sticking to a diet plan. I now plan to eat 3000 calories a day, through clean foods such as your staple foods, milk, meat, fish etc. It's not perfect, and i 'cheat' a lot but having the odd take away etc, but its a much cleaner bulk than i had before. By doing this, you will see yourself getting bigger, gaining weight, with minimal fat gains. Right now my body fat is 14%, a little high, but in 5 weeks i will stop the bulk, start the cut, and hopefully look a lot better.
    that's what I tried to do but I didn't gain very much weight. I just ate more and more, even if it's junk food and whatnot but it got me nowhere.

    but i'll follow your advice
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    6'3" and 90kg Feels perfectly normal to me, not fat, not thin and big build.

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