I’m going to start training again and I don’t know if this sounds stupid but I’m not going to train legs or if I do it’ll be like once a month just to keep them strong. A person 6'1" would weigh 210 pounds. Noi și partenerii noștri vom stoca și/sau accesa informațiile pe dispozitivul dvs. Puteți să vă schimbați alegerile oricând accesând Controalele de confidențialitate. It also depends on build and such. Oh man haha I’m in my phone and auto correct is messing everything up haha. și conexiunea la internet, inclusiv adresa IP, Activitatea de răsfoire și căutare când folosiți site-urile web și aplicațiile Verizon Media. This is just my opinion from personal experience. i weigh about 180. your bf% is really what you should worry about. There are limitations to the maximum drug-free muscular potential models out there. I thought this was an interesting comparison… 5’9" Conor McGregor at a lean, dehydrated 145 pounds vs him at a lean, not-as-dehydrated 168. When you reach a weight, see if you like how you look. It’s kind of why he got on the covers of many magazines, lol I'm 5'8 165 but closer to 15% BF and I've got a pretty good amount of muscle. atm I weigh roughly 220 or so lbs and would like to diet and exercise down to 155 or so. Greg Plitt had an extremely aesthetic physique. Aflați mai multe despre modul în care folosim informațiile dvs. well my ideal weight(im 5'8) would be around 240lbs. You’ll look like Greg Plitt in no time flat. You have plenty of fat to lose regardless. Ideal weight is meaningless without considering lean mass. For example, if you are a 5'10" male estimating your ideal weight with the Devine formula, you would add (2.3 × 10) kg to 50 kg to get 73 kg, or ~161 lbs. While I’m 5’8 as well, Brad (Brick) is 5’10, and at his recent show, weighed around 171-173, and I can tell you that he didn;'t lose any discernable muscle getting there. 5' 9" 128 to 168 lbs. prin intermediul modulelor cookie și al tehnologiilor similare pentru a afișa reclame și elemente de conținut personalizate, cu scopul de a măsura reclamele și elementele de conținut, de a obține statistici privind publicul și pentru a dezvolta produse. LOtta guys of the same height can look (and weigh) very differently. its not like there is a perfect weight that everyone who is 5'8 should be at. Try out running a train. So the specific end goal almost doesn’t matter for now, just get moving in the general direction. 174 to 208 lbs. 215 to 279 lbs. 197 to 256 lbs. My hams and calves were definitely ok). So the previous example of a 5’9” male weighing an ideal 151 would come in at a muscular 180 pounds with Reeves’ chart. My legs get big with minimal training along with back traps and shoulders. Such an approach can be sufficiently accurate for a lifter of average stature but muscular potential is, to a degree, influenced by height. In his book, Beyond Brawn, Stuart McRobert also proposed a method of estimating maximum muscular bodyweight. Still, this was honest to goodness contest level lean. For every inch over that, the ideal weight goes up 10 pounds. 184 to 220 lbs. But, again, you’re a full 50+ pounds away from anything like that. 203 to 263 lbs. 1. I am 5’9" with a really large/wide frame for example, and I literally can’t get down to 180 without losing muscle to get down there. Remember that a lot of it will be relative, Bottom heavy is only an accurate assessment maybe 1% of the time IMO. What’s your diet and training look like? As fun as it would be, it is not possible to simply make a calculation to determine whether someone is 'roided to the gills or not. I weigh roughly 220 or so lbs and would like to diet and exercise down to 155 or so. 2. I imagine a euphoric look, no? I know I have a lower chest but upper chest is non existent. While I’m 5’8 as well, Brad (Brick) is 5’10, and at his recent show, weighed around 171-173, and I can tell you that he didn;'t lose any discernable muscle getting there.