How Much Should 6-Foot-Tall Man Weigh at Age 35?

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A six-foot tall man should weigh between 136 and 184 pounds, according to the BMI chart provided by the CDC. The BMI is a controversial method of determining an individual's ideal weight however, according to WebMD.

BMI, or body mass index, is a tool that measures a person's weight in relation to their height, and it is used to assess health risks. Critics of the BMI chart claim that it does not take into account individual factors such as muscle mass, gender or body shape, according to WebMD. Although the BMI calculator is a good start in assessing weight, it is advisable for those curious about their ideal weight to discuss goals with a doctor.