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Average Men – How Do You Measure Up?

If you just wanted to be like other average men, you probably wouldn’t be reading this website.

In fact, your loathing and/or fear of mediocrity, combined with your ambition to be faster, stronger, and smarter than mere mortals, are all part of what keep you reading men’s magazines and websites like this one.

Be that all as it may, however, the possibility still exists that you may be — dare I say it — average. Or — even worse! — less than average.

The only way to truly find out is to put yourself to the test. The following is a list of traits, compiled from a variety of data sources (including the U.S. Census Bureau), that list some known averages for average men:

age: 34 years old, weight: 175lbs and height: 5’9 1/2. Let’s see how you measure up!

The Average Guy Can…

  • Do 27 push-ups in one minute
  • Run 1.5 miles in 12:51
  • Complete 36 sit-ups in one minute
  • Bench Press 158 pounds one time
  • Throw a football 50 yards

The Average Guy Also…

  • Has sex 1.5 times per week (79 times per year) and lasts 14 minutes
  • Has an erect penis length between 5.5 and 6.2 inches
  • Enjoys a total of 12.4 sex partners in his lifetime
  • Earns around $36,100 per year
  • Is married with two children and has $3,100 in the bank
  • Has a 13-inch flexed bicep

The Average Guy Consumes…

  • 3.3 cups of coffee a day
  • 1.2 alcoholic drinks a day
  • 26 pounds of beef per year
  • 16 pounds of cheese per year
  • 19 pizza pies per year

Whereabouts on the Average Men scale did you end up falling? My guess is that you’re probably above-average on most, if not all, of the above referenced listings, because, on average, men who read fitness websites and magazines are more fit than men who do not.

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  • You all seem like “fake men to me”. Although a few of the number reported here are good, and some even slightly higher than my current fitness level, who cares? I am a Teacher, so I don’t tell many people about this, but I am 43, have “Excellent scores in the fitness tests, but that is no indication of how you will do in combat. Being from New York City and living in the bad part of Miami for 5 years, I have been in over 100 real street fights, and have learned things that Martial Arts just cant teach. I have taken a few of them, but in real fighting, they are inferior. I punch oak 200 times a day in addition to kickboxing training, and there is not a jaw I could not slit in less than 1/2 a second. So what is the measure of a man? You want to be a warrior, stop pretending and go out and be one.

  • That’s pretty funny. I am older than you, spent six years in the military including attending the USSFQC. I haven’t been in a fight in 20 years. I bet you I can still take a punch grapple and break your neck in about 5 seconds though. New York City.. Miami, yes those are war zones. Training helps, but desire is all you really need, that and not to be afraid of the consequences. I really am a teacher, and I seriously doubt that you are one. You want to be a warrior? It’s a bit late for that. Grow up, go get yourself a beer and stop posting nonsense to silly forums like this.

  • Haha. I’m not going to boast about fights because the only 1 on 1 street fights in the world today are non-existent… Joe gets a thumbs up and matthew short you’d probably get rocked by a jab.

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