The average American man has about 1.2 inches of muscle mass, but a new study has found that most men who aspire to gain muscle can’t quite meet their body type.
Researchers at the University of Washington analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, a survey that collects data from more than 50,000 adults in the U.S. and Canada.
Their study, published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, found that men with an average BMI of 30 or higher were nearly three times more likely to be overweight than their body fatness suggested.
The findings underscore the importance of understanding body composition and eating habits to your overall health and fitness.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, about 10 percent of Americans are overweight or obese.
The study looked at data from nearly 15,000 men who participated in the National Weight Control Registry, a national database of health-related data that tracks the health of more than 70 million Americans.
Researchers measured men’s body fat and lean mass, which measures body composition.
The data was collected in 2006 and 2007, and it includes information about height, weight, waist circumference, and body composition measurements.
Men who were overweight or fat were more likely than other men to be found with a BMI of 35 or above.
Body fat is the excess of fat cells in the body’s tissue.
It typically represents more than 20 percent of the body mass.
In the study, researchers found that overweight and obese men were more than three times as likely to have an excess of body fat than those who were normal weight.
They were also twice as likely as lean men to have more body fat compared with lean men, and nearly two and a half times more than their lean counterparts.
The average BMI for men in the study was 27.8.
Men with a body fat percentage of less than 10 percent had an excess body fat of 12 percent, which is less than the 5 percent threshold.
This is a much lower percentage than the 15 percent threshold that is usually considered overweight or obesity.
But there was no difference in the percentage of men with body fat above 10 percent, the researchers wrote.
Body composition measures a person’s body composition: the proportion of body weight and muscle mass.
The National Center of Health Statistics does not break out body fat percentages for women or men.
The survey data shows that lean, overweight, and obese women and men have about the same proportion of muscle.
The researchers found men with a normal weight and body fat had more body weight, but it was more likely that their muscle mass was the culprit.
Researchers said that the findings showed that body composition is not a perfect indicator of your health and can vary from person to person.
But they said that if you can maintain a healthy weight and maintain a lean body composition, it should help you get leaner.
Men’s muscle mass is more than twice as common as women’s muscle in men, the authors wrote.
A woman’s lean body mass can indicate that she is healthy, but the amount of muscle she has in a woman’s body can indicate her level of disease risk.