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Ideal Proportion Chart

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This chart will give you a general guideline to go by.  First, calculate your "weight per inch" by taking your weight in pounds, and divide that by your height, in inches.  Find the closest match on the chart, and see if you measure up.   Of course, as a bodybuilder, your waist can never be too small, and your calves can never be too big.  Don't take this too seriously.

Weight per inch

Neck

Biceps

Forearm

Chest

Waist

Hips

Thigh

Calf

1.899

14.0

13.1

10.9

36.4

27.3

32.8

19.7

13.1

2.038

14.5

13.6

11.3

37.9

28.4

34.1

20.4

13.1

2.183

15.0

14.1

11.8

39.3

29.4

35.3

21.2

14.1

2.334

15.6

14.6

12.2

40.7

30.0

36.6

22.0

14.6

2.489

16.1

15.1

12.6

42.1

31.6

37.9

22.7

15.1

2.660

16.7

15.7

13.1

43.5

32.6

39.2

23.5

15.7

2.817

17.2

16.2

13.5

45.0

33.7

40.5

24.3

16.2

2.989

17.8

16.7

13.9

46.4

34.8

41.7

25.0

16.7

3.195

18.3

17.3

14.4

48.0

36.0

43.2

25.9

17.3

3.379

18.8

17.8

14.8

49.4

37.1

44.5

26.7

17.8

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