# How to calculate your ideal size – it all starts with your height

If you would form the body's idea and shape you, you probably have a picture of wide shoulders and narrow waist (or at least have this image in your head). But what you could not focus on is the exact size of your shoulder relative to your waist.

In order to calculate your thinking on your shoulder, you must first know the ideal center size. But to know the ideal center size, you have to start with the hill. The calculation goes from your height to the waist of your shoulders.

Your potential size may range from 45% -47% of your height. In other words, if you are 70 cm tall, you have an ideal waist between 31.5 – 33 inches.

This calculation is based on bone structure and low amount of fat. Once you have decided the ideal middle of the next calculation is your shoulders.

Based on all proportions and physical zoom studies, we know that the perfect ratio of waistline is 1: 1.618. Return to our example of 70 inches tall and your 31.5 – 33 inch waistline idea should be 1.618 times larger than the concept of waist or 51-53 inches.

Ideal shoulders in the waist only when you are in the waist. In other words, with a waist that is 50% of the height and shoulder that is 1,618 times larger than this is not going to produce the proportions you are looking for. And in fact, you will find it very difficult to build your shoulders to this extent to weigh the bulk of your waist. This will also produce a shorter stalky look that is not ideal. Your best bodyweight must begin by calculating your height, otherwise there is no way to determine which waist and size should be too thoughtful and too thin.

Follow this measurement by starting your height -> Ideal Waist -> Ideal shoulders and you're on the way to building your best relative body.

Source by John Barban