Jeff Cavaliere’s Official Height, Weight, Body Fat (REVEALED!)


What’s up, guys? Jeff Cavaliere, ATHLEANX.com. Today we’re finally going to clear the air.
What are my stats? What’s my height? What’s my weight? You should see the guesses out
there. Some people have me at 5’6”, some guys have got me at 226lbs. I can tell you this: I’m neither of those.
But more importantly, whether or not you know my stats is not important to me. What is important
is that there’s a value in this. There’s a big teaching point that we can
make, that I think will become extremely valuable for you. Especially as you set your own goals.
So, we’re going to knock this out. By the way, we already did this in the “Gummy Bear
Challenge” video. I showed my stats back then, despite the fact
that all these numbers were out there. By the way, do you remember losing that challenge,
Jesse? JESSE: Yeah, I do. Thanks for bringing it
up. JEFF: Remember the- JESSE: The beard. JEFF: Yeah. JESSE: It’s gone. JEFF: Yeah. It’s gone. It’s gone. So,
the shoes are off, guys. By the way, ATHLEANX socks – not available for purchase yet on
the website. We’re going to get our height. By the way, Jesse; is this safe for me to
get under this? JESSE: Uh…I think so. JEFF: You literally taped a tape measure up
on the wall. JESSE: Well, ti’s the best I could do. JEFF: Okay. All right. So take this straight
edge and get out of here before this thing falls on me. Head back up. Is that good? JESSE: Okay. Yep. And move. Okay, you are
at 5’10- ½”. Look at you. JEFF: I’ll take the half, thank you very
much. Now, guys, you’ve got to get bodyweight. This fluctuates a bit for me. JESSE: Lowest, it looks like you’re on 175. JEFF: Okay. So, 175. We’ll take off 2lbs
for the clothes. So, 173’ish. Now, some of you have already made a big mistake and
I’ve caught you. I caught you. You’re saying “Wait, 5’10- ½”, 173?
That’s me! I’m 5’10- ½”, 173! But I don’t look like Jeff!” Well, that’s
because if you just rely on height and weight you’ve obviously missed the biggest, most
important criteria here. That is, when it comes to qualifying any height
or weight you need to know the bodyfat because it’s going to allow you to paint a much
clearer picture. Somebody could be 5’10”, 175lbs and be
30% body fat and look completely different than someone at 10% bodyfat. And we know that.
So, we’re going to do the bodyfat. I have the Skyndex here, set for my age. Don’t
make fun, Jesse. JESSE: [laughs] You’re old! JEFF: So, what we do is, we go up here on
the chest. I’ll do my own pinching. I used to do this for every member of the team on
the Mets. Okay, then you get the abdomen here. Pull away. Then we get the thigh. Jesse, keep
your eyes up. JESSE: Oh. Well, then how am I supposed to
film this? JEFF: Okay. It comes in at 5.8%. So, I’ve
stayed pretty much 5.8% all year round. You guys are probably going to make the second
mistake. The second mistake is: “Wait a second. How in the world could I be 5.8%? How does he walk around with 5.8% bodyfat
year-round? That’s ridiculous! Who does that?” Guys, I can tell you this: it’s
not without sacrifice. It’s not without consistency. It’s not without commitment. But it’s also not without a prioritization
on that. This is important to me. Being lean is one of the main things that’s important
to me. It’s part of our brand name: ATHLEANX. However, also being athletic and moving a
certain way. And of course, being strong. I could tell
you this, guys, I know this, if anybody knows this. If you do three things, I don’t care
what body type you’re sitting in right now, you’re going to look better. If you put on more muscle, if you get leaner,
and you get stronger; you’re going to look better. Period. There’s not a person out
there that couldn’t benefit from that. But what this also underscores is the value of
leanness. When you are lean, whatever amount of muscle
mass you carry looks bigger. It looks better. That’s probably where the 220lb guess came
from, because I can’t imagine anyone that stood next to me would think that. At the same time, guys, I think you become
a bit more athletic when you carry less excess bodyfat. Weight slowing you down is not helping
you become more athletic. So, I think prioritizing those things, letting
my leanness help and assist my athleticism has been one of my main goals. But it doesn’t
mean that I don’t want to be strong at the same time. For the reason I just mentioned. There’s a value to all three of those. As
a matter of fact, you guys know that I like the weighted chin-up. I’m working toward
my three-plate weighted chin-up and doing more, and more reps here. Jesse came by and he’s like “Wait a second,
I actually filmed you” – he wanted me to show you this clip of him doing a one-plate
weighted chin-up. I’m proud of what he’s doing here. But he was discouraged because all of a sudden,
he was comparing himself to me. I think that’s where the danger comes in here, guys. You
don’t need to compare yourself to others. Especially when it comes to body stats because
of the fact that you need to understand that it’s not just body stats that should inspire
you. There is so much more that can come from looking beyond just body stats. Let me explain
a little bit. When I was a kid the physique role models
I had – very well know, by this point – Sylvester Stallone. That’s the guy that I wanted to
be. I wanted to look like he did in Rambo. Some might say, “Jeff, you’ve actually
become [to look] a bit like Sylvester Stallone in Rambo.” That’s cool for me, but I always wanted
to still maintain athleticism at the same time. Which has been a key focus of mine.
But if I had also wanted to aspire to be Arnold Schwarzenegger – who is another huge icon
of that time – I could have been making a big mistake. Why? Because Arnold is 6’3”, 240lbs. Present
day: The Rock. He’s 6’3”, 250lbs-260lbs. I watched wrestling all the time. Hulk Hogan.
Rick Rude. Guys that stand here, next to me, in my own gym – recently, Seamus came in
here with Cesaro. Jinder Mahal has been here. Drew McIntyre.
With Florin Munteanu with Creed. Guys that I train, guys that come through here; these
are big guys. I don’t get self-conscious standing next to those guys. Do you know why? Because I’ve come to grips
with the fact that I’m not going to be them, physically, in terms of their stature. That’s
not in the cards for me. If you look at the skeleton here, guys, those guys’ skeletons,
I assure you, do not look like this underneath their bodies. This guy looks a bit more like me. The fact
is, we have certain clavicles that are a certain length, that can carry a certain amount of
pec musculature here. If your clavicle comes out to here, if you have much wider shoulders
because you’re a much bigger guy; you have a much bigger skeleton inside you. You have to fill that skeleton with more muscle
mass. Therefore, that muscle mass carries more water, which is going to allow you weigh
more, too. These are things that aren’t necessarily in the cards for me. But that’s
when you only measure stats. The same way when we make the mistake of isolating
that for our inspiration, we’ve just cut ourselves short. If I wanted to look like
a guy like Thor Bjornsson, who’s deadlifted 1000lbs; I wouldn’t ever have the opportunity
to say “Man, I’ve got some work to do.” Now, I realize that I’m not going to prioritize
strength as the only thing I work toward, so I’m never going to have 1000lbs deadlift.
But that doesn’t mean I can’t have a stronger deadlift. Drawing some inspiration from him
is a great thing. Let’s go back to The Rock for a second. Who, in this world, cannot benefit from aspiring
to match his work ethic? I don’t care what you want to say. “Oh, well The Rock uses
stuff.” Forget that. That’s all nonsense. That’s all BS because it’s irrelevant
when it comes to his work ethic. There’s nobody right now that works harder
at what he does and works harder in the weight room than him. So, if you don’t think you
could benefit from that, I think you’re doing yourself a disservice. The same thing
with all the rest of those that come through here. If you understood the travel schedule they
have. But their desire and commitment to stay in their training regimens despite being in
a different city every night or carrying their nutrition with them to make sure they have
proper food from city to city, knowing they don’t know what food is available to them;
that’s dedication. You could benefit from any of that. If you
go back to me, “Well, Jeff, you couldn’t be that lean.” Guys, again, I’ve prioritized
it. So, what I make are sacrifices. I have that much noted one carrot cake, one cheat
meal a year. I don’t drink. When I go out with my friends I don’t drink. That makes it much easier to stay lean. I’ve
also been doing this consistently now for years, and years, and years. I’ve made it
my life’s focus. Not to just be lean, but to be overall well-rounded. So, if you define you, if you make sure what
you feel is important, you aspire to; that’s what matters most. Don’t limit it to just
body stats because body stats could be greatly deceiving. Guys, I hope you’ve found this
helpful. Above all, truthfully, maybe we can finally
clear the air on what I actually weigh, and what my height is. The fact is, guys, I want
you guys to be the best you can be. If you’re looking for programs that we have,
that allow you to become the best you can be – from total body training programs,
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