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What's Your Weight & Arm Measurement?


#262

[quote]Kerley wrote:
never measured them pumped or flexed so i cant give them numbers.
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For this thread you took out your tape measure, but when you were done measuring the relaxed pose you somehow thought that flexing your arm and then measuring that would be too big of a problem?

I don’t get it… Unless you measured it like a week ago.


#263

178@ 6’1plus
14.5
43yrs old
smaller than before, shoulder and elbow problems along with some issues in life had me miss training for well over a year. Now my goal is to get back to 185( i am a skinny ass dude naturally) and hopefully 15 inch and up from there. Good to see people are honest and not afaid to post. We are all unique


#264

[quote]Dr. Pangloss wrote:
6 months ago, I started lifting for the first time in my life at age 36. I weighed 170#, stood 6’ tall, and my arms were 11 7/8" cold, resting. After beginning Starting Strength and eating like it was my job, I recently hit 197# and my arms are 13 5/8 cold, resting.

I only recently started doing direct arm work and am looking forward to taking the measurements in another 6 months.[/quote]

27 pounds and 2" in 6 months…great job!


#265

Just out of curiousity, and I know this thread is old, but how many arm size threads does this site need?


#266

[quote]Sick Rick wrote:
Kerley wrote:
never measured them pumped or flexed so i cant give them numbers.

For this thread you took out your tape measure, but when you were done measuring the relaxed pose you somehow thought that flexing your arm and then measuring that would be too big of a problem?

I don’t get it… Unless you measured it like a week ago.
[/quote]

hmmm you make to much sense stop it, just never occurred to me to do it flexed Lol


#267

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
Just out of curiousity, and I know this thread is old, but how many arm size threads does this site need?[/quote]

Penis.

That answer probably made as much sense as your question. You should know that teh bicepts is the only bodypart allowed to have multiple threads?

I’m joking


#268

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
Just out of curiousity, and I know this thread is old, but how many arm size threads does this site need?[/quote]

HT: 6-4
WT: 233 and gaining
BF: 11%
Upper Arm: 17.25

A simple solution to your problem is not to post in arm measurement threads, old or not.


#269

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
Just out of curiousity, and I know this thread is old, but how many arm size threads does this site need?[/quote]

is this 1 a them rhetorical questions?


#270

[quote]jehovasfitness wrote:
Just looking to compare arm size to height out of curiosity

I’m 185.5 lbs
Arm: 13 1/8th

cold measurements and relaxed please (if you know).[/quote]

Who measures arms RELAXED?


#271

8’1/2"
190lbs
arms 14.5
neck 15
calf 15


#272

5’8, 185, 17.5 inch arms. Well, I have only measured my right arm. Do people normally measure both arms? I just measured the right arm. Fairly lean and I wanna stay that way, so in fact I was wondering how likely it would be that my arm size could increase without deliberately trying to gain weight. My biceps are much more developed than my triceps, so I have faith that I can get bigger arms by bringing my triceps up to speed (at long last).


#273

Wholey thread bump


#274

I actually like this thread bump. Let’s keep this one going for current members!

5’11
200 lbs
17" arms
bodyfat - low af


#275

5,10
169
16"
Body fat maybe low af also


#276

242lbs, 19"


#277

16 years old 170 pounds 15.5 arms and hieght idk if matters but 5ft 8.BF maybe 12-14 visible abs possibly 11-13.


#278

180lbs

5 foot.

Arms at biceps: 12-13ish inches. Week to week the measurement bounces back and forth. Stopped giving a damn though to be honest.


#279

6’
188 lbs
Bicep flexed-16.5
Calf flexed-15.5
Neck-15

Body fat getting lower but not af


#280

5’6"
156 lbs
Arm cold 15.25"
Arm flexed 16"
Calf 15"
Neck 16"


#281

5’ 6"
148 lbs
Waist at navel: 33"
Neck: 15"
Calf: 14"
Arm: 13"