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How Much Should a Male that is 5' 9" weigh?
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Men 5' 9" in Height, Healthy Weight Ranges
If you have a small body frame your ideal weight may be:
142 pounds to 151 pounds
If you have a medium size body frame your ideal weight may be:
148 pounds to 160 pounds
If you have a large size body frame your ideal weight may be:
155 pounds to 176 pounds
Men & Recommended Weight Ranges, Diet & Health Tips
For the 5' 9" tall man, we have a gap in the ranges above of 34 pounds. This allows space to adjust your weight to suit your personal needs - and be at a size where you feel your best. Numbers in charts are simply that - starting points for setting future fitness goals, and should always be amendable.
How Many Daily Calories Do You Require?
142 - 151 pounds
If you are an inactive male, 1846 daily calories is about what you'll need to support your body's current weight.
If you have an active lifestyle, you may require 2567 or more daily energy values.
148 - 160 pounds
For maintaining this range of body weights, the man who leads an inactive lifestyle will require about 1924 calories for the day.
For those who have an active life, they will need about 2720 calories - and more at times, based on level of activity.
155 - 176 pounds
Inactive: This range of body weight requires about 2015 daily calories to support current body weight.
Active Lifestyle: The active male in this weight range will require 2992 daily calories, more for those days when more activity is performed.
Men who are 5' 9" in height can weigh from 142 pounds to 176 pounds - and at times more, such as where weight lifting is involved, and still be considered as within their healthy range of body weight.
In order for their body to perform its daily internal functions as well as to perform activities throughout their day, they require from 1846 calories to 2992 calories - and at times, more depending upon their level of activity, age, state of current health and muscle mass percentage of the body - among other health factors.
Recommended Calorie Needs for Individuals Weighing