Just wanted to start a really random and most likely stupid debate. We always talk about weight and say wow you look small for your weight or wow are you really that heavy you donï¿½??t have much muscle. This got me thinking about the single heaviest make up of the human bodyï¿½?ï¿½. Bones and your skeletal structure.
How much do you think this can fluctuate between people of the same height. Take someone at 5ft 8ins. What is the potential weight difference of a skeleton across a selection of adult males, excluding all other factors aside such as muscle and fat.
Lets take this a different angle. If you have a small humerus (arm bone) can you still get 19inch arms. And actually if you get 14 inch arms are you still huge if you have a small humerus, given that youï¿½??ve obviously built up a lot of muscle.
What do you think once again is the varying circumference size between small and large arms. I think there is potentially the possibility of having a whole two inches between a big boned human and a small boned human for humerus circumfernce.
Like I said this is a very random debate and your welcome to take part, heckle me or in fact just ignore my stupidity.