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    http://usmilitary.about.com/od/army/l/blmaleweight.htm


    I am 70" and weight 210 just losed 10lbs.I wouldn't won't to be that small.So how tall & how much do you weight,no cheating.



    [Edited by framehvac on 03-07-2005 at 04:20 PM]

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    http://www.healthchecksystems.com/heightweightchart.htm


    Heres a new height & weight chart.

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    Im 5'10" around 165, not army material but I fit well in attics and crawlspaces

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    Originally posted by framehvac
    http://usmilitary.about.com/od/army/l/blmaleweight.htm


    I am 61" and weight 210 just losed 10lbs.I wouldn't won't to be that small.So how tall & how much do you weight,no cheating.

    Frame,you're 5 foot 1 inch and weigh 210?

    How fat were you aiming for?

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    I think that all sport stars would be over these weight.

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    One thing I've not had a problem with since signing up in '67...weight to height ratio. Still 72" and 198#. And I am the original ice cream fiend...4 to 5 times a week. It's nice to have a high metabolic rate.
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    Originally posted by seaboard
    Originally posted by framehvac
    http://usmilitary.about.com/od/army/l/blmaleweight.htm


    I am 61" and weight 210 just losed 10lbs.I wouldn't won't to be that small.So how tall & how much do you weight,no cheating.

    Frame,you're 5 foot 1 inch and weigh 210?

    How fat were you aiming for?

    5'10" 210 I just can't add. sorry

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    if i was only 7" taller............................




























    ....i'd be an Adonis.
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    I'm at the ideal weight for some one 7'7" tall



    I need to do some stretching
    HVAC Contractor, Tyler Texas.

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    Originally posted by dpatty
    I'm at the ideal weight for some one 7'7" tall



    I need to do some stretching

    How much stretching?

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    Originally posted by framehvac
    Originally posted by dpatty
    I'm at the ideal weight for some one 7'7" tall



    I need to do some stretching

    How much stretching?
    Alot
    HVAC Contractor, Tyler Texas.

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    Originally posted by dpatty
    Originally posted by framehvac
    Originally posted by dpatty
    I'm at the ideal weight for some one 7'7" tall



    I need to do some stretching

    How much stretching?
    Alot

    How much

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    21" should do it

    Yup I'm fat. I used to be in the army and was at the correct weight. I miss those days
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