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Statistics About The Average Forearm Size

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"The average forearm size for men is 13 inches."

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"On average, men have a larger forearm size than women."

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"The average forearm size for women is 9.5 inches."

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"The biggest forearm size for a male and female according to the Guinness World Record is 18.9 inches and 11.8 inches respectively."

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"The average forearm circumference of a male bodybuilder is 17.1 inches."

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"For both men and women, forearm size tends to increase with age until around the mid 40s."

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"The average forearm size of an adult male who does not lift weights is 11 inches."

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"Men have roughly 50% larger forearm circumferences than girls of the same age during adolescence."

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"Women in the U.S. have an average forearm circumference of 10.1 inches."

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"Men in the U.S. have an average forearm circumference of 13.4 inches."

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"People who do strength training have approximately 12% larger forearm size than those who do not train."

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"Bodybuilders have the largest average forearm size of any sport, ranging from 14 to 18 inches."

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"The average forearm size for a female bodybuilder is 12.25 inches."

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"The forearm size of an elite heavyweight boxer averages at about 14.5 inches."

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"For children aged between 5-12, forearm size increases by an average of 0.5 inches per year."

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"A professional powerlifter's forearm size typically ranges between 14.5-16 inches."

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"The average forearm size for NBA players is 13.5 inches."

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"In comparison to the rest of the body, the forearm size of professional climbers is on average 4% larger."

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