35 thoughts on “What is the ideal waist measurement a man should have? Been losing weight lately and want to know how far to go

  1. Anonymous says:

    Not enough data. Varies by height, athleticism, specific sports you take part in, age.
    Instead of worrying about an arbitrary number at your waist, worry about having a healthy diet and body. Stay under 20% body fat, put on some level of muscle. The waist measurement you get then will be your ideal.

      • Anonymous says:

        28 is peak. 30 is pushing

        dont have to. hedi wearer for 3?4? years you get used to it and figure what works for you pretty quickly

  2. Anonymous says:

    >want to drop five inches from my waist
    >feet down to .5 off the goal
    >stall
    >still losing weight
    >still .5 off
    This is some Bullshit why can’t my body just lose the weight from where i hecking want it too.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Waist measurement isn’t gonna help you. You want body fat percentages. Aim for 10-12% as an ideal. Sub 15 as a "good enough."

  4. Anonymous says:

    Im a size 32 but Im still fat. Converting my fat to muscle at the moment so I dont have to buy new pants.
    So size 32 is mens optimal. Which is why its rare to see sizes lower than 30.

  5. Anonymous says:

    im like 165 cm 54kg. if i didn’t have muscle i’d probably be 50kg or less
    my waist size is 27 perhaps even 26

    getting pants to fit on me is hard
    i have to get unisex clothes
    and always wear a belt

  6. Anonymous says:

    Less than half your height is a good rule of thumb. Prob more like .45 of your height or less but w/e. If you need a formula to tell you you’re fat you’re stupid anyway

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