Found an interesting body proportion calculator at:
They also have calculators for blood pressure, heart rate, BMI, %BF, and so on further down the page (drop down menu for your choice of calculator).
For the body proportion one, it asks for your wrist measurement. These are the results I got back, along with my own measurements taken earlier today (obviously I've got my work cut out for me).
Give it a shot and see what you come up with. Post your results here if you'd like, and whether you think you can make it to the suggested sizes or not.
As follows . . .
Wrist Size: 8 inches
Results of my "Optimum Body Size":
My actual size as of today (decided to finally get out the dreaded measuring tape):
Waist: 38 (not too far off -- but I'd love to see 34/35 -- wouldn't we all?)
Hip: n/a (didn't measure -- before I found site above)
Thigh (upper): 24 (cold)
Calve: 16.25 (cold)
Thoughts: 52 chest might be do-able (from 49) with good heavy chest/back work; waist is pretty close for being April, although I'm going to try and not gain as much bodyfat next winter (yeah, right), I would like to get it down below the suggested 36.4, I did hit 35 last summer, and 34 in late 2004; biceps have a lot of work ahead of them going from 16.25 to 18.75, I don't know about this but I'll give it a shot, time to hit both bi's and tri's heavy I guess. Forearm may make it, I have a pretty good forearm as it stands. Thighs and calves possibly, I have a tendency to neglect direct heavy leg work outside of deadlifts. I don't know about the neck, I have trouble with shirts already with 17 to button the neck.
Overall, I'm good to go for giving it a shot. At least it's a benchmark to try for.