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    Default Calculator for Good Body Proportions for (male) Bodybuilders




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    Pretty cool.........
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    great link al
    you guys are gonna have my favorites full pretty soon.
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    interesting

    i've been measuring my waist too far down, I always wondered why my waist measurements where always a little big.

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    im still to small on the upper body portions, an inch under on my guns

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    have to reduce my waist line i guess
    grrrrrr.
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    Nice reference Al... thanks.

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    Interesting. A good reference for a newbie
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    Cool I'm pretty close in all the measurements maybe just a tad bigger.
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    Cool link thanks

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    bump

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    nice...

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    What bodyfat are we talking here? Competition BF percentages? Given the waist measurement I doubt it.

    I added 20 lbs to my current weight and I am over most of the measurements that came back. So I was thinking, maybe it's for competition. But then I looked at the waist measurement. I mine came back a 36. Hmmm.... definetly not for competition.

    Pretty cool idea about the calculator. I'm going to see if there's an email address where I can address these questions.

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    I think it said 10%...

    yeah, from the site:

    "This calculation is made for men with 10% bodyfat and bases upon the relations of bodyparts as used in arts for sculpturing well formed athletes."

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    Found the email and this is what I sent-

    Got a few questions. What BF% is being assumed? Also I added 20 lbs to my weight and what came back were measurements that were totally too small compared to where I am today, except for waist which came back 2 inches bigger. So what would be cool would be to add a BF% number that you could plug in and then have the program come back with the measurements. All in all a pretty cool idea!

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    Originally posted by WeirdAl
    I think it said 10%...

    yeah, from the site:

    "This calculation is made for men with 10% bodyfat and bases upon the relations of bodyparts as used in arts for sculpturing well formed athletes."
    Thanks Al!

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    Wow, that's pretty cool. I'm damn close to all measurements for my weight and height although I'm a little higher than 10% bf...maybe 11.5 or so.
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    cool.. thanks for the link

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