How Much Should a Male that is 6' 3" weigh?
Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
Men 6' 3" in Height, Healthy Weight Ranges
If you have a small body frame your ideal weight may be:
158 pounds to 172 pounds
If you have a medium size body frame your ideal weight may be:
167 pounds to 182 pounds
If you have a large size body frame your ideal weight may be:
176 pounds to 202 pounds
Men & Recommended Weight Ranges, Diet & Health Tips
The ranges of healthy weight are quite vast with about 30+ pounds in-between the ranges above. When attempting to determine which number is best for you - this is always dependent upon your personal factors.
How old are you? If you are an older male, you're naturally going to weigh a bit more than the young buck. It's the cycle of life. We also take a downward turn in metabolic rate as we age, so not only do we weigh a little more, we can't enjoy as many calories at times.
How Many Daily Calories Do You Require?
158 - 172 pounds
If you are an inactive male, 2054 calories is a good starting point for daily energy values.
If you have an active lifestyle, you may require 2924 - or even more daily calories to support your weight.
167 - 182 pounds
In order to maintain these body weights, for the inactive lifestyle it will require about 2171 daily kcals.
For those who have an active life, they will need about 3094 calories. If they are highly active, they may require more.
176 - 202 pounds
Inactive: This range of body weight requires about 2288 calories, daily.
Active Lifestyle: The active male in this weight range will require as many as 3434 daily energy values.
Men that are 6' 3" in height can weigh from 158 to about 202 pounds and be considered at a healthy body weight. In addition, they require from 2054 daily calories if they live an inactive lifestyle and 3434 or more calories if they are highly active.
Always use recommended weight charts as your pattern for setting your fitness goals - in addition to your weight goals. You can adjust the values as you get further into your diet plan in order to keep them inline with your personal health needs.
Recommended Calorie Needs for Individuals Weighing
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