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    Question How Much Do You Weigh ?

    Hello I'm just curios to see how much everyone weighs, to guage if i'm above, below, or at average. I myself lift weights, so I always thought that I'm on the heavy side I'm @ 184. So what about you, what do you weigh, and is it your target weight or not?


    ? Who else was in Central Park today (sunday 8/22), it was very crowded???

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    I'm six-foot three, and right now I'm at 174ish, I range from 175-180 most of the year though, pretty much steady for the past 5 years. Could probably stand to lose 5-10 lbs, but I feel good at this weight too. I think this will be an interesting thread as well, how 'bout everyone list heights as well for kicks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubendc19
    Hello I'm just curios to see how much everyone weighs, to guage if i'm above, below, or at average. I myself lift weights, so I always thought that I'm on the heavy side I'm @ 184. So what about you, what do you weigh, and is it your target weight or not?


    ? Who else was in Central Park today (sunday 8/22), it was very crowded???

    I m 6'1'' and tip the scales at a super weight of, drum roll please........... 130lbs! I m a way skinny dude obviously, all legs and arms. I eat all the time and have the metabolism of a humming bird. While most people have stared riding to take weight off, i m riding to put it on, so far this summer i ve added 3 lbs of muscle, looking to pick up an even 10 lbs by this time next year with weight training. So thats me, whos next?
    Cheers

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    After losing 100lb, I now weigh 215lb (5'10" 51 yrs old) ... see picture..
    It is not easy schlepping this weight up a hill..

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    5'9", 157 lbs. Could lose a few ... a little soft around the middle.
    "When they kick at your front door, how you gonna come?
    With your hands on your head or on the trigger of your gun!"

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    5'9" and 156 lbs here. I was at 165 lb earlier this season when I was still lifting weights and riding less. Now I've lost some muscle mass, but mostly upper body. I think I look better now, with a more defined midsection, and my power to weight ratio is better.

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    6'3"+ and 188 Pounds. The lightest I have ever been. I honestly don't know if I could get any leaner with my build, although I would love to crack 185. I played Semi-Pro hockey & still skate fairly regular, so I'm blessed (or cursed) with monster-size Quad's. My playing weight was usually close to 210. It's also a constant struggle getting through Minnesota Winters.

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    5' 8", 137lbs

    More weight would be nice, but no amount of food or weight training can make me heavier.

    K-Zero

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    My height is 5'9

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubendc19
    So what about you, what do you weigh, and is it your target weight or not?
    I'm around 125lbs at 5'4". I will probably go do down to 120 to lose some fat, then build up muscle until I'm back at 125.

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    150# - 5'10"

    have been as high as 170 which came from lifting when I was in college and from sitting on the couch and drinking beer after I got married.
    Last edited by outofthesaddle; 08-22-2004 at 10:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubendc19
    Hello I'm just curios to see how much everyone weighs, to guage if i'm above, below, or at average.
    I am around 195 pounds, lifted alot of weights in my past. Competed in bodybuilding for several years in the 80's. Finding it hard to get down to below 190.
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    I'm 5' 7, 160lbs average build.

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    Wow...

    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan
    I am around 195 pounds, lifted alot of weights in my past. Competed in bodybuilding for several years in the 80's. Finding it hard to get down to below 190.
    Which one are you???

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    5'-10" 190 lbs. I have been this weight fir the past 10 years. I can gain but I cant lose.

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    I would not mind having the extra weight that Morgan has
    5'11" 205 lbs. Riding to loose weight, but I sure do like dark beers. That is not helping.

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    5" -10" 190lbs.

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    5' 7" 195lbs -call me "Porker".

    Though I know I'm sadly overweight, I do lift and I do have some muscle mass. Oh yeah, and since it makes me feel alot better, most people don't believe I weigh that much but I (sigh) do.

    My target weight would be 160-170. I'm always trying to eat less and better, and exercise more. At 38 I seem to have a relatively poor metabolism (for a time I was lifting 3 times a week, doing 100+ miles a week on 2000 or less *carefully* measured calories a day, felt awful, and..... didn't lose much weight if at all. In the end I gave up).

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    6' 4" & 180 lbs

    Been that way for years. It's in the genes.

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    They call me "Fatty"

    5'10" 182. However I have a really long torso and huge quads. Trying to find bibs that fit is a nightmare. I wear a 32-33 waist with a 44ish chest. I am alright, but I think my ideal cycling weight could be around 165-170.

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    If you are the one on the right, I am 5'9", 155lbs. Last year at this point I was 145lbs. I have only been riding about half my normal milage.
    deadlegs

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    Me, I'm a cool 140 and 5'11" One would think I'd be an excelent climber, yet in Chicago there ain't no hills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sorebut
    After losing 100lb, I now weigh 215lb (5'10" 51 yrs old) ... see picture..
    It is not easy schlepping this weight up a hill..
    Losing 100 lbs. thats impressive. I'm at 6'2" and about 230 .

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    my specs

    5'8" 165 lbs. 12% body fat.

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    I wasnt going to do this... but Im at 262 this morning. Down from 345. I don't like 262, but its so much better than 345...

    I'd love to see 225 sometime in the next 6 to 9 months.

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