How muscular you can get without looking
too big or too bulky has a lot to do with
how much fat you let yourself carry.
If you go around at 20%, you may look like
a fat slob and “too big” even with very little
If you go around at 6%, you could go around
at 170 and look great, with few people thinking
you were too big.
15.5" or 16" neck, arms, calves, 23" or 24" thighs measured at midpoint, 31" waist would look aesthetic. Smaller waist would be okay
if your hips are narrow (ideal would be
a waist/hip ratio of 0.90). If your butt is
fat now you ought to figure hip size as decreasing in planning your changes.
I tried doing the same kind of thing when I started out, planning on measurements to attain, weights to be able to lift, but really the thing to do is go out there and train everything the best you can, and only cut back
if something is clearly overproportioned.