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"Ideal Bodybuilding Measurements And Proportions?"
In this video I discuss the idea of achieving an "ideal" set of bodybuilding measurements, and why striving for set-in-stone body weights, muscle measurements or even body fat percentages is ultimately misguided.
This is because the "ideal measurements" are relative to the individual. For example, a particular bicep measurement (or any muscle measurement) can appear drastically different from person to person depending on their height, limb length, overall body structure etc.
One set of bodybuilding measurements on a 5'5 individual with a stockier frame will appear completely different in terms of overall aesthetics in comparison to someone who is 6'3.
Different body fat percentages can also appear very differently depending on a whole host of factors. 8% body fat may look more like 12% body fat on another person, or 10% body fat may look like 14% body fat.
In the end, if you're training to build muscle and lose fat to change your appearance, comparing your muscle measurements, body weight and other stats to someone else is usually not a good idea. It always comes down to your individual body structure and your own individual goals, and how you personally look at any given set of stats.
Check out the video above for a more in-depth explanation on this.
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