A survey asked 1000 people what the ideal man would look like, the results may surprise you. Hannah Cranston and Charlie Berens discuss the dimensions of the ideal man. Tell us what you think about these results in the comments below.
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My ideal woman is a dark haired Latina type, with perfect ass, real tight pussy, juicy breasts with fat nipples, thick dick-sucking lips, long curious tongue, perfect body. But I have never had a girlfriend that looked like this! They all looked different from one another too. I loved them all and still do, except for a few bitches.
The reason the ideal man is overweight. Is because most women in the study themselves are chubby or overweight since thats the norm. If you took all skinny and hot girls in this study the ideal m an would look completely different. As well if you took all obese women in this study. Since most women are drawn to someone fatter than themselves. All those fat girls would prefer a much thinner and fitter man with a slimmer model waist.
It's not ideal if we don't like it right? Ideal means that it has the most functionality yes, but also the most aesthetic beauty. The one depicted is lacking on the aesthetic department. To me the Greek ideal is the best.
yeah, why can't bitches just be honest? I love chicks that are honest, that say "you need to eat healthily and workout ASAP!" cuz it shows that they care and most importantly, *honest* but not in a disrespectful manner.
In fact, not just chicks, guys as well.
Garrett Steinbrink this is not true at all, i’m very turned off by large men, especially with muscles. i find them threatening, and overall just plain intimidating. as a female on the shorter end of the spectrum (5’2”) i prefer men who around 5’4” - 5’9” who are definitely not jacked. everyone has different beauty standards, to assume all women want some 6’4” beast of a man is ignorant and incorrect. I won’t deny that the majority of traditional women want that, but beauty standards vary by region and age and ethnicity. your statement is incorrect.
I don't have an ideal body type for males in mind mostly because I'm heterosexual and don't give a flying duck fart what men look like. But when I look in the mirror what I look for is being better today than I was yesterday.
And I'm effen phenomenal!
Don't worry man, a lot of it is about hanging in the right crowd and finding women you get along with well. "Ideal body" is only about attractiveness at first sight. It's enough to hook up in many cases, but usually, more goes into it. Even for hook ups, actually, most women won't do it based on looks alone.
Because those "body stats" are if you take each respondents answer and put them all together in one. It might be very few people's preference, while a bunch of people answered a little taller or a little shorter, a little heavier or a little lighter, etc. etc.
Nah man, don't worry about that either. I speak as a 5'5" guy here. You can't change your height, but you can make your body look amazing anyway, to the point that when people see you, they don't even think of you as being short. Personally, I found two things that women really like about me. I have a great body, and I am a very skilled person. And girls admire skilled guys.
ChrisTheAspergerGuy it's always been like that since forever. A strong man symbolizes masculinity, protection, active, and alpha. Its been like that since cave man years and That's why girls are attracted to that
Whether you care or not does not affect the results of the survey and the preferences of the women questioned in it.
You may have different preferences for yourself, but according to the survey that is not ideal. Whether you care or not is irrelevant.
+BL4CK KN1G8T I know I'm skinny. Hell I'm steph curry size but my point is that in my life I have seen guys that are more on the tall, strong, and athletic type which means that to me this has always been the norm. I can't accept these standards in the video because in my life, they are rare.
I'm 5' 11 3/4" (seriously) and 168~174 lbs. i cant gain weight. I'm tryna gain muscle. but holy shit so many other people look big and dont even try. but me? I'm scrawny without abs. i like who i am but damn...
Sky Moore Train for strength (like, pick strength goals to achieve), and eat like a mofo. At your height and weight, maybe good lifting goals would be 500 lbs deadlift, 405 lbs squat, 315 lbs bench, 205 lbs overhead press (strict), 135 lbs weighted chin-up for a couple reps... Just as a general idea. You'd have to choose your long term goals and separate them into smaller steps to make them achievable...
But yeah, that's the gist of it. Train often, and eat well. You might have to force feed yourself. Make sure you eat enough protein (I'd go for a minimum of 200 grams/day, for a guy your size and weight). Good luck!
Hey man, I'm 5'6 and 121lbs but an 800m runner. All I can say is eat up on carbs, increase your calorie intake consistently. It is tough and you may feel like shit but if it's important that you want to make that decision and for the long term I'm sure you'll stick to it. This would mean eating seconds, thirds of meals or just adding another meal to your day, once you've put your weight on to what you'd like then start cutting and toning.
I hope this has helped a bit XD
Well, you can't change your height to start with. But yeah, muscular guys will often score a bit overweight on BMI calculator, it's normal (I score as slightly overweight, but I'm less than 5% bodyfat). I think it's unrealistic to want to be in the overweight category at a super low bodyfat. But let's say you're 8% bodyfat, which is pretty good, it shouldn't be too hard with training to have a higher BMI.
VanityDivined Oh, but most men actually have way less time once they're in a committed relationship, so it matters mostly at first, ha ha. I'm lucky enough that my girlfriend doesn't want to have kids, is super independent and wants me to pursue personal goals, which allows me to train 4-5 hours 5-6 days/week (not only lifting weights, but practicing hand balancing). To me, it seems like 6 hours doing strength training a week plus a couple hours playing and being active should be a given to be healthy and feeling strong. It's too bad most American men can't get that in, but is the problem our need to be active with our bodies, or that society doesn't allow for us to take care of ourselves enough?
wandererstraining In the big picture that's not a ton if you're like a body builder. But 8 hours a week is gym rat status. If they did 30 minutes of low intensity walking or jogging a day (which I'd bet not even 5% of American men do), they wouldn't even be at half of that 8 hours. That's like 4 more weight lifting sessions over an hour? Or 3 at an hour and a half? That's a lot of time in the gym!
It's also a lot if you consider that women likely want a man who's making decent money in a somewhat demanding career, wants them to have time for her and/or potential kids, and wants them to be decently social...
VanityDivined You can't just put on muscle by eating, you still need to workout and maintain even a minimal amount of muscle. If a person stops working out no matter the gender, you will begin to lose muscle mass because your body will sense that you do not need the extra mitochondria.
No, I really don't. If you eat well and don't exercise, you're going to be in decent enough shape. Not necessarily healthy, but your waist line will be fine.
If you do that and also exercise 8 hours a week, you're going to be rather ripped.
I'm a girl and I exercise more than 8 hours a week because if you go to the gym, most people stay 1:30-2 hours there so working out 5-6 days a week with 1 rest day sounds reasonable. But if you don't have the ideal body then that's alright.
It's funny that Hannah thinks the ideal body type for men is reasonable while the female's ideal body type is not. Like what the fuck? The ideal body type for men is not reasonable. you have to win the genetic lottery (the average height for men isnt 6ft etc) while for the women they have to maintain their weight @ 128 pounds
I said I prefer tall and slim OVER fit with abs...obviously you have a learning disability and couldn't read my comment correctly.
You have mommy issues...I would go get a grip on that so you can finally get laid and stop being such an ignorant POS.
Guys are kinda stupid like that, my Muay Thai instructor was 5'8/9" ish and weighed over 190lbs, a mountain of muscle, his neck was thicker then my hips(granted I was 14, no hips). Sure he's who you want to teach you how to fight/defend yourself, he used to fight proffesionally, but date? OMG he's so going to break me.
Oh calm the fuck down. If you don't fit these requirements, then well, shit! Don't take it so personally, doesn't really matter.
Although i do have one problem with this. . . . . . 8 hours of exercise a week!?! What the Fuck!?!
Very true^^ also gotta account for individuals height, genetics, provision etc, some people can achieve that body without the exercise while others cant, I reckon there would be a different body shape/dimensions if they put the training with the body height.
Looks like I just need to get some exercise and I'm there, no amount of exercise will get rid of freckles tho. Also is it just me or did the guy in the thumbnail look odd? It seemed like his biceps were too wide and his nipples were like on the sides of his biceps.
TheThagenesis I think you should feel beautiful everyday :). I know it's kinda cheap to just say it but I sincerely hope you get better with your body image issues. As in, you won't have them in the future
Why do people even try to find out what the ideal body is anyway ?! Like even if this is a normal body size it's not what every men's body is like! some guys are skinny other well build and others more muscular! gosh this society is fucked up man
These surveys about ideal male body types are pretty much unnecessary. If you want to know the ideal male body type, all you have to do is look at Greek and Roman statues, and that will tell you the ideal proportions a man is supposed to achieve, and those have stayed relatively constant throughout the centuries, with the expectation, recently, of desiring greater height as humans have grown, on average, taller over the past 2 millennia. The reason why this physical ideal, from antiquity, has had such an enduring appeal is because it is the most functionally diverse body shape to have. Its the body type that performs EQUALLY well in feats of endurance, speed, agility, and strength. The gargantuan muscle bound freaks you see in bodybuilding magazines emphasize one extreme - namely size and strength - at the expense of other athletic qualities, such as speed, endurance, and agility. That is why only a small percentage of the population actually finds this attractive On the opposite extreme, you have waif body type of a marathon runner, which maybe good for endurance, but it achieves endurance at the expense of brute strength. Again, this is why very few people find this desirable. Instinctively, we know how out of balance both body types are. Hence, this is why we knew, going way back to Greek and Roman times, what the ideal body type was. For a more modern example, just look at the young recruits who enter the most elite special forces group in the world - The Navy SEALs. They are neither massive bodybuilders, or spindly long distance runners. The body type these men need to have, to perform a variety of tasks, cannot emphasize one extreme over another. Below are links to images illustrating what I am talking about. Notice the similarities between the Greek statue, made millennia ago, and a typical Navy SEAL recruit in the training phase (BUDs)
Typical Greek Male Statue:
Typical Navy SEAL in training (BUDs):
Empress Hannah dude... I just looked at ur channel... And I just wanna politely ask you that... WTF is wrong with u!!? Uve made an entire channel based on stalking and posting wierd shit about her man. If I were u I would seriously reconsider al of my life choices and priorities.
I'm 6 feet 1 inches. 190 lbs. 35 inch waist, but I rarely exercise. lol I had to edit my comment because I accidentally said I rarely exorcise instead of exercise.... but since I also rarely drive out demons or work out, I guess either word worked in this case.
BL4CK KN1G8T Yes, and those are not averages for men in general. They are just the most common preferences put forward by women who took this survey. The average height for men for example, is below 6 ft. Around 5 ft 9 in the US.
I think that no girl will look at a guy with a 'nice' six pack, not so cut you can see every muscle fibre but you can see that they have it and go, 'meh, is alright but look at that guy with the gut tho'
An analysis of representative literature concerning the widely recognized ineffective learning of "place-value" by American children arguably also demonstrates a widespread lack of understanding of the concept of place-value among elementary school arithmetic teachers and among researchers themselves. Just being able to use place-value to write numbers and perform calculations, and to describe the process is not sufficient understanding to be able to teach it to children in the most complete and efficient manner.
A conceptual analysis and explication of the concept of "place-value" points to a more effective method of teaching it. However, effectively teaching "place-value" (or any conceptual or logical subject) requires more than the mechanical application of a different method, different content, or the introduction of a different kind of "manipulative". First, it is necessary to distinguish among mathematical 1) conventions, 2) algorithmic manipulations, and 3) logical/conceptual relationships, and then it is necessary to understand each of these requires different methods for effective teaching. And it is necessary to understand those different methods. Place-value involves all three mathematical elements.
Practice versus Understanding.
Almost everyone who has had difficulty with introductory algebra has had an algebra teacher say to them "Just work more problems, and it will become clear to you. You are just not working enough problems." And, of course, when you cant work any problems, it is difficult to work many of them. Meeting the complaint "I cant do any of these" with the response "Then do them all" seems absurd, when it is a matter of conceptual understanding. It is not absurd when it is simply a matter of practicing something one can do correctly, but just not as adroitly, smoothly, quickly, or automatically as more practice would allow. Hence, athletes practice various skills to make them become more automatic and reflexive; students practice reciting a poem until they can do it smoothly; and musicians practice a piece until they can play it with little effort or error. And practicing something one cannot do very well is not absurd where practice will allow for self-correction. Hence, a tennis player may be able to work out a faulty stroke himself by analyzing his own form to find flawed technique or by trying different things until he arrives at something that seems right, which he then practices. But practicing something that one cannot even begin to do or understand, and that trial and error does not improve, is not going to lead to perfection or --as in the case of certain conceptual aspects of algebra-- any understanding at all.