Seven_Down

04-16-2007, 01:22 PM

My current goal is to get to 150lb, then from then to go to the weight I should be at. What would that be?

Thanks.

Thanks.

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Seven_Down

04-16-2007, 01:22 PM

My current goal is to get to 150lb, then from then to go to the weight I should be at. What would that be?

Thanks.

Thanks.

TrueSpartan

04-16-2007, 01:23 PM

6'2" you could be 200 pounds of muscle to look perfect.

Seven_Down

04-16-2007, 01:26 PM

Does it matter what "bodytype" I have?

sugapablo

04-16-2007, 01:28 PM

Steve Reeves apparently had a theory.

"Reeves believed ones height represented the limit to which they could pack on mass. His main philosophy proposed keeping muscular bodyweight within acceptable limits to prevent the distortion of ones natural symmetry."

I read it in this article (down some):

http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/drobson207.htm

It has a handy-dandy chart. For 6'2", he says the max is 220 lbs.

"Reeves believed ones height represented the limit to which they could pack on mass. His main philosophy proposed keeping muscular bodyweight within acceptable limits to prevent the distortion of ones natural symmetry."

I read it in this article (down some):

http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/drobson207.htm

It has a handy-dandy chart. For 6'2", he says the max is 220 lbs.

Seven_Down

04-16-2007, 01:30 PM

Is that just 220 pounds or 220lb of muscle?

Also, how do I find out how much lb of muscle I have?

Also, how do I find out how much lb of muscle I have?

sugapablo

04-16-2007, 01:33 PM

Is that just 220 pounds or 220lb of muscle?

Also, how do I find out how much lb of muscle I have?

Just 220 lbs.

To find out "lean body mass" (muscle & bones), get your body fat percentage.

Then:

A) Weight (lbs)

B) % Fat

C) Fat = (A x B) / 100

D) Lean Body Mass = A - C

Viola! ;)

Also, how do I find out how much lb of muscle I have?

Just 220 lbs.

To find out "lean body mass" (muscle & bones), get your body fat percentage.

Then:

A) Weight (lbs)

B) % Fat

C) Fat = (A x B) / 100

D) Lean Body Mass = A - C

Viola! ;)

Seven_Down

04-16-2007, 01:46 PM

113lb of LBM? Woah. Is it supposed to be so high?