Is This The Right Body Weight For My Height?
I'm 23 yrs old, 5' 9" and working out from last 4 ½ yrs. At 18, I was 57kgs (125 pounds) when I first started working out, I gained 10kgs (22 pounds) and my body weight went up to 65kgs of lean muscular weight.
I was then was stuck at 65 - 66 kilos for 2 yrs and couldn't get past that mark because of not adding more to my diet and intensifying my work out more.
At 57kgs, my biceps were 11", chest 34" and waist 28". The difference between my chest and waist then was 6" then and even now that difference is still 6 - 6 ½.
- Submitted by Kanu
I think the first thing you have to ask yourself is if that is the weight you want to be at.
From a health perspective, you should be at one of the following weights according to your height of 5' 9":
Small Frame - 142 pounds to 151 pounds;
I'm going to assume you're a small to medium frame person based on the measurements you've provided. Well, if your looking at your weight from a health perspective, you seem to be where you should be.
To build more muscle and gain weight, please see the following page:
How To Gain Weight
I hope this helps,
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