Short people can not be huge it looks silly but they can be ripped. Men should start with 106 pounds for the first five feet, then add five pounds for each additional inch. The content on our website is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice or to replace a relationship with a qualified healthcare professional. I do have a broad build though Although Raymond has never won the Mr. Olympia title, he’s still considered one of the best around. im 5'8" and fluctuating around 160lbs, and have visible abs (not shredded tho) and I look small as fukk 175 10% is the goal for me 01-30-2014, 05:02 PM #14 Id say about 155-160 pounds with around 10%BF with most of the muscle in Bi,Tri Shoulders and Abs be sure not to work the Lats (Latissimus) so they do not get wide. All rights reserved. Some guys will look great at that height/weight, some guys will look like a sack of potatoes, even on the same frame. Conclusion. 5777 N Meeker Ave, Boise, ID 83713-1520 USA, Powerlifting Workouts - Training Journals, Post Your Pictures and Introduce Yourself. A word on how to … Bodybuilders cannot use normal height-to-weight ratio charts because they are designed for people with less muscle mass. 5'8" - 160 pounds max weight, 150 pounds max lean body mass 5'9" - 166 pounds max weight, 156 pounds max lean body mass 5'10" - 171 pounds max weight, 161 pounds max lean body mass I actually think the back muscle is one of the more impressive and important muscles to workout! Also try not to work some parts of the back too much. 5'11" - 190 lbs. 5’8″ One of the only Americans on this list, Tom was a prolific competitor in bodybuilding competitions. 6'5" - 250 lbs. 6'1" - 210 lbs. Bodybuilding.com℠ and BodySpace® are trademarks of Bodybuilding.com. There's no such thing as an "ideal body weight". Still, this was honest to … 5'7" - 170 lbs. Here is an example on how to use the chart. At 5'8 for a long term goal aim for 170 ~10%. So if you’re 5’3”, your ideal weight is 100 plus 15 (three inches times five pounds), or 115 pounds. Here is the height-to-weight chart for building a classic physique: 5'5" - 160 lbs. 6'2" - 220 lbs. Anything under 160 and you'll probably look too skinny. So if you’re 5’9”, you should weigh 151 (106 plus 45). … The most common way to determine 5’ 8″ ideal weight is to look it up on a BMI chart, but some tables do not include 5 foot 8 inchs. He placed 7th in the 2011 Arnold Classic bodybuilding competition, which is the second most important competition after Mr. Olympia. I weigh 205 but would probably look best around ~190. 5'9" - 180 lbs. 6'3" - 230 lbs. And here are the corresponding muscle … ^^this, when you look in the mirror and dig what you see then you've reached your ideal bodyweight. ... Jose “remains the only bodybuilder in history to win both the National and USA title in three different weight classes (light, welter and middle).” Source. 6'4" - 240 lbs. While I’m 5’8 as well, Brad (Brick) is 5’10, and at his recent show, weighed around 171-173, and I can tell you that he didn;'t lose any discernable muscle getting there. And op I would think 150-165 is a good weight. © 2020 Bodybuilding.com. Hmm, so a lot of pro bodybuilders … The ideal measurements follow in a horizontal line: weight, 165; neck, 15.9; arm, 15.4; forearm, 12.5, etc. LBM, LBM, LBM. A healthy BMI for someone 5′ 8” is between 118 pounds and 160 pounds. What's an ideal body weight for a 5'10'' person after lifting for 3 years natty. Take the height of 5'8" (68 inches). Depends on what bf you'd want to be, since 165 single digit would be pretty big. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional prior to beginning any diet or exercise program or taking any dietary supplement. Be the first to receive exciting news, features, and special offers from Bodybuilding.com! I'm 5'8" and can kinda see abs, but definitely have some fat. 5'6" - 165 lbs. Height: 5’8” Competition Weight: 255 lb Off-Season Weight … 5'8" - 175 lbs. Its all about looking lean and really cut. Being 5'8" 160 @ ~10% BF is an accomplishment for most guys, though, and if you are just starting to lift now, it's doubtful that you will be lean at 160 lbs. 6'0" - 200 lbs. 5'10" - 185 lbs.