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  • View Poll Results: At 6'2 6'3 You weigh?
    Less than 70kg
    17
    15.18%
    70 to 80 kg
    29
    25.89%
    80 to 88kg
    23
    20.54%
    88kg
    8
    7.14%
    88 to 95 kg
    9
    8.04%
    95-110kg
    19
    16.96%
    110kg+
    7
    6.25%

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    I am 6'2.5 and 88kg. Is this about normal for my height??

    Only 6'2 and 6'3 guys vote please..
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    Doesn't matter.


    One 6'2 guy could be a marathon runner and therefore ludicrously skinny, the other could be a flanker playing rugby 6 times a week and weigh half a tonne more.

    I'm 6'2 and weigh 69kg, for the record. Doesn't make me unfit.

    Use BMI instead.
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    My bf says he is 6 3 and weighs 82.5
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    how am 80 kg and 6'2
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    6"2 and 97kg.
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    6' 2"

    80 Kg
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    I think I'm still 6 foot 3 (could be a bit taller), and am about 86kg/ 13.5 stone
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    Im just under 6'4 and weigh about 14 stone.. so thats about 90 kg??
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    Use BMI instead.
    Given a specific height(as has been done here), BMI is a measure of weight...
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    Doesn't matter.


    One 6'2 guy could be a marathon runner and therefore ludicrously skinny, the other could be a flanker playing rugby 6 times a week and weigh half a tonne more.

    I'm 6'2 and weigh 69kg, for the record. Doesn't make me unfit.

    Use BMI instead.
    This is the most illogical post I've seen in a while. BMI is a comparison of weight and height, which you recommend, but you're also saying weight doesn't matter because you could be light or heavy and still be healthy what the **** I don't even
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    Not healthy these days though.

    lol.
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    84kg 6ft3 Approx
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    (Original post by xXx_pUnK_pOp_pRiNcEsS_xXx)
    This is the most illogical post I've seen in a while. BMI is a comparison of weight and height, which you recommend, but you're also saying weight doesn't matter because you could be light or heavy and still be healthy what the **** I don't even

    Yeah, looking back I can remember what I was thinking I was trying to say... but realise I didn't come remotely close to saying it.

    Ah well.




    General point; does it matter what other people weigh if you're fit and healthy?
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    98 kg, probs about 12-15 % bf...could be heavier though
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    I too am just under 6ft4, do I make it in?
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    LOL I'm 6"2 and only 66kg!
    Any protein shake recommendations.......?
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    When I used to play football (american version) I weighed right around 100kg, could run a sub 6 minute mile and run 2 miles easy. Wasn't too fat either, though now I must admit I need to lose around 50kg right now
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    6ft 2, 76kg
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    (Original post by Wahaaaay)
    LOL I'm 6"2 and only 66kg!
    Any protein shake recommendations.......?
    Why do you want protein shake recommendations?
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    i weigh about 11 stone, so just over 70kg?

    i'm about 6'2 as well..
 
 
 
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