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pretty sure that these measurements are for women. I am female and I was either dead on or bigger than most the measurements it gave me. it said for 5.5 inch wrists i should have 36" chest and 12.8" biceps but my chest is 37" and biceps are 15"...these measurements are definitely for women, not men, and they are still a little small
I give it a 2 only because it is for men albeit it shows a female in the picture, but there has to be some adjustment or differences for us women. Overall good article but the calculator gives out measurements which would seem more doable for the men. (: I haven't found a good article yet to help me determine reasonable goals for myself. If anyone knows of any or websites please pass them along for us ladies. Thanks
This calculator does not take into account a persons height and overall bone structure rendering it useless. I know plenty of tall guys with featherweight bone structures and the reverse with short guys. My point is if you have a 7.6" wrist at a height of 6'4 it's likely you can easily attain a 17.5" arm. Not so easy if you're 5'5.