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

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    5ft 10.5'' weigh: 10 stone
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    (Original post by georgekwok)
    cant change my weight no matter how hard i try. I lift weights for about 2 years now.
    Eating is what makes you put on weight.
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    6ft tipping about 94kg
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    5.10 --- 11 Stone
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    About 6'1" and I weigh somewhere between 155 lb and 160 lb.
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    (Original post by HFerguson)
    6'1 82kg ... wish more of it was muscle and less of it body fat ¬_¬
    bulking to 90 then cutting, hoping to end up a lean 82

    Long term goal is 90kg lean (maybe in 5 years?)
    I don't understand all the hype with bulking and cutting. What’s supposed to happen is that you gain thirty pounds during a bulk, ten of which will be fat, and then during the cutting phase you lose all the fat and keep 90% or more of the muscle. No reason why with good diet you can't lose fat and gain muscle.
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    6ft0 weigh about 13 stone.
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    (Original post by rugbyladosc)
    No reason why with good diet you can't lose fat and gain muscle.
    oh really? care to answer a few of my questions -
    1. how tall are you and how much do you weigh and whats your bodyfat %?
    2. how long have you been lifting
    3. how much do you bench, squat and deadlift?
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    (Original post by HFerguson)
    oh really? care to answer a few of my questions -
    1. how tall are you and how much do you weigh and whats your bodyfat %?
    2. how long have you been lifting
    3. how much do you bench, squat and deadlift?

    Should have just asked him does he even lift?



    (Original post by rugbyladosc)
    No reason why with good diet you can't lose fat and gain muscle.
    Do you even lift?

    Or rather, do you really believe that it is possible to gain muscle and lose fat without PEDs, and without it being at a painfully negligible rate?
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    5'11 and 11 stones.... I'm an ectomorph? And consider myself underweight. I'm skinny
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    Height - 6ft2 or 188.5cm
    Weight - 83kg or 13.07 stone
    BMI - 23.5 or 23.5
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    5ft 11" and about 66kg.
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    (Original post by HFerguson)
    oh really? care to answer a few of my questions -
    1. how tall are you and how much do you weigh and whats your bodyfat %?
    2. how long have you been lifting
    3. how much do you bench, squat and deadlift?
    6'4 14st
    1 year
    Normally bench 50kgx5, squat 80kg+...
    (Original post by ceris)
    Should have just asked him does he even lift?





    Do you even lift?

    Or rather, do you really believe that it is possible to gain muscle and lose fat without PEDs, and without it being at a painfully negligible rate?
    Yes
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    (Original post by rugbyladosc)
    6'4 14st
    1 year
    Normally bench 50kgx5, squat 80kg+...

    Yes

    Your stats are pretty lame for a whole year of lifting, no offence

    And no, body recomposition will not happen at a noticeably fast rate without drugs unless you are a newbie.
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    (Original post by tb350mdx)
    Haha this made me laugh. Last time I went to the doctors they classed me as severely underweight :P Im 19, 5ft 10 and I weigh 10st and 4oz. Cba to convert that but im pretty skinny. My bones weigh a hell of a lot though tbh.
    The biggest difference you'll ever find between one person and another in terms of weight is 2kg....

    Don't use BONE MASS or big bonded as excuses lol
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    (Original post by Aaron.c)
    Hi I'm 17, 5ft 10 and I weigh 7stone is this "normal"
    (Original post by Venom)
    6'2ft and last I checked in the area of 7-8 stone.
    Lets put it this way: you're both living, breathing skeletons :eek:
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    I don't want to sound like 'that guy' but while BMI is important, it doesn't consider fat/muscle ratio, so I'd use body fat percentage as a good indicator, anything between 8-15% is great, while 15-20 is good.

    In regards to the conversation above whether you can lose fat and gain muscle, yes, as long as you have a ~20% calorie deficit and get your required proteins, there is no reason for it not to, many MANY people do it.
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    (Original post by Tyler Varona)
    Lets put it this way: you're both living, breathing skeletons :eek:
    ..or the cyclists from belleville rendezvous >_<

    I'm 6ft1 and 12 stone and sometimes I feel like a living breathing skeleton :O
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    I'm like 6ft (1m84), 65-67 kg.
    In extra scientific terms, I'm hot as sh...
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    (Original post by ceris)
    Your stats are pretty lame for a whole year of lifting, no offence

    And no, body recomposition will not happen at a noticeably fast rate without drugs unless you are a newbie.
    no offense taken ur right.. hopefully will get the bench stats up next year at uni

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