5 Most Popular Male Body Shapes, According To Health Experts

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Most Popular Types Of Male Body Shape

According to health experts in the UK, men typically fall under one of five different male body shapes. They came to this conclusion after they studied the curves of some of the world’s best known male celebrities.

So, here are the 5 Most Popular Types Of Male Body Shapes… Basically if you can’t find your body shape in the list below, then you are not of this world.

1. Inverted Triangle

Most Popular Types Of Male Body Shape
This is where the upper half of the body has broad shoulder and carries excess muscle, and the shape noticeably tapers down to the waist, while the hips are noticeably smaller.

2. Oval

5 Most Popular Male Body Shapes, According To Health Experts
The oval body type is the one which is defined by excess weight stored in the upper half of the body.

3. Rectangle

5 Most Popular Male Body Shapes, According To Health Experts
This is one of the most common body shapes, and four in 10 guys have a rectangle figure. The torso is fairly flat, and there’s little change in shape or tapering once you reach the hips.

4. Rhomboid

5 Most Popular Male Body Shapes, According To Health Experts
It differs slightly from the rectangle in that the shoulders are more well-built, meaning they protrude slightly in comparison to the hips.

5. Triangle

Most Popular Male Body Shapes
This is the third most-common body shape, typified by carrying a little excess weight around the middle….

IMAGE CREDIT: CAVENDISH.
Source: Metro.co.uk



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