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Old 12-03-2009, 01:50 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by chess315 View Post
a modern natural at an average height around 5'10 competes at 210 or so that would gives him an offseason weight of around 230 that is still a damn big man considering he will still be farily lean proably around 11% or so like a natural has a lot more trouble holding weight and being lean at the same time I have see bid men that no absoulty nothing about roids or even diet weigh about 260-270 at 20% bf or actually proably lower.
There are virtually no natural bodybuilders that weight that much. They would have to be about 6'2".

Elite natural champions have always been around 190 pounds. This hasn't changed in 60 years. Some champions weigh more - around 200 - but they are generally 6'2" or more. It is EXTREMELY rare to see a natural over 200 in a contest. Again, they would have to be a minimum of 6 feet tall, and a genetic elite.
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