How Tall is David Laid? His Real Height Revealed

David Laid’s height is 6 feet 2 inches (188.9 centimeters, 1.87 meters, or 74 inches) and this makes the fitness model some inches taller than the average American male.

David is a popular Estonian bodybuilder, fitness model, and social media personality. He owns the YouTube channel named “Computerman 91” which has garnered over 1 million followers, thanks to his transformational videos that he mostly posts on the channel.

These videos show how David was able to transition from being a skinny young man to a macho/powerlifter, and many on seeing them become very much interested in his workout routine. Read on to find out more about the fitness model and how he was able to get his body to where it is now.

David Laid’s Bio

AGE: 32 Years Old

BIRTHDAY: January 29th, 1994

BIRTHPLACE: Estonia, Northern Europe

BIRTH SIGN: Aquarius

ETHNICITY: White

HEIGHT: 6 feet 2 inches (188.9 centimeters, 1.87 meters, or 74 inches)

WEIGHT: 90kg (198 lb)

BODY MEASUREMENTS IN INCHES: Chest (41 inches), Waist (30 inches), Hip (31 inches)

BODY MEASUREMENTS IN CENTIMETERS: Chest (105cm), Waist (78cm), Hip (80cm

David Laid’s Height Compared To The Average American Man

According to research carried out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and published in December 2018, the average age-adjusted height for American men who are 20 years old and above is 69.1 inches (that’s about 5 feet 9 inches or 175.4 centimeters) during the years 2015 to 2016.

The fitness model as earlier mentioned stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches and this makes him 5 inches taller than an average American man. The percentage of men who stand above the 6 feet range is only about 2% of the population. That being said, it won’t be out of place to conclude that at 6 feet 2 inches, David Laid is taller than nearly 98% of the men in America!

David Laid’s Height Compared With Other Fitness Models

By every standard, David Laid is tall but we can truly get to understand how tall he really is when compared to his fellow fitness models and American counterparts.

David Laid’s Height vs Jeff Seid’s Height

Jeff Seid is a well-known American bodybuilder, fitness model, and YouTuber. He was born on 12th June 1994 in Renton, Washington. Jeff weighs approximately 90kg and stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches tall. This places him exactly 2 inches below David Laid, which clearly shows that David is taller than him.

David Laid’s Height Compared To Calum Von Moger’s Height

Calum Von Moger is a popular Australian actor and also a bodybuilder. He is known for playing the role of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie titled “Bigger” which was released in 2018. Calum stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (188cm) which when compared to the height of David Laid shows that they are both of the same height though there might be a difference in their weight.

David Laid’s Height Compared With Michael O’ Hearn’s

Michael O’ Hearn is a multitalented individual; he is an actor, model, personal fitness trainer, and bodybuilder. Michael has won the award for the fitness model of the year seven times and is also a four-time winner of the title Mr. Natural Universe. He stands 6 feet 3 inches (191cm) tall which makes him exactly 1 inch taller than David Laid.

The Story Behind David Laid Becoming a Bodybuilder and Fitness Model

David Laid attended Mainland Regional High School and during his time there, he was very tall and skinny as he was in his teenage years and was experiencing a growth spurt. His physique at the time made him a subject of mockery and a target for bullies.

Along the line (while still in high school), the YouTube star was diagnosed with scoliosis, which is an abnormal sideways curvature of the spine. It is a condition that is very common in teenagers during the growth spurt just before puberty. David sought medical help and was advised by doctors to start working out and lifting weights under a physical therapist’s supervision to avoid further consequences.

This was how he began spending the majority of his time in the gym and from there he developed a very strong passion for fitness. Shortly after he began training, he started to gain muscle and started experiencing transformation in his body. This motivated him to upload and share his success on his YouTube channel.

How Many Days a Week does David Laid Train?

Being a fitness model and having so much passion for fitness, David Laid loves to work out and keep fit. He is said to hit the gym 6 days a week and spends about 2-6 hours per day doing workouts that suit his body physic. As a result, he weighs about 90kg (198lb) with a chest size of 41 inches (105cm), a waist size of 30inches (78cm), and a hip size of 31 inches (80cm).

David Laid’s Workout Routines

David has a workout routine that he usually follows in other to stay fit and build his muscles. He loves deadlifts, bench presses, and squats. While doing deadlifts, he goes as far as moving serious weight equipment and can pull over 600 pounds of weight. Below are the various parts of his body he focuses on and the exercises he does to maintain each body part:

Chest Routine

  • Incline Bench Press (5 sets, 5 reps)
  • Dumbell incline press (5 sets, 8 reps)
  • Flat bench press (5 sets, 6-8 reps)

Back Workout

  • Dumbell rows (4 sets, 6-8 reps)
  • Seated wide-grip lat pulldown (4 sets, 6-8 reps)
  • Seated Cable Row (4 sets, 8-10 reps)
  • Close –grip Chin –up (4 sets, until failure)
  • Hex bar Shrug (4 sets, 8-10 reps)
  • Cable Shrug (4 sets, 8 – 10 reps)
  • Close Grip lat pulldown (4 sets, 6 – 10 reps)

Shoulder Workout

  • Seated dumbbell press (4 sets, 8 -10 reps)
  • Seated behind the neck overhead press (4 sets, 8 – 10 reps)
  • Dumbell lateral raise (4 sets, 8 – 10 reps)
  • Seated machine overhead press (4 sets, 8 – 10 reps)
  • Cable lateral raise (4 sets, 10 – 12 reps)
  • Front plate raise (4 sets, 10 – 12 reps)
  • Rear delt seated fly machine (4 sets, 10 – 12 reps)
  • Rear delt seated cable row (4 sets, 10-12 reps)

Leg Workout

  • Barbell squat with pause (4 sets, 3 reps)
  • Barbell squat (6 sets, 5 reps)
  • Machine leg press (3 sets, 20 reps)
  • Lying hamstring curls (5 sets, 10 reps)

Arm Workout

  • Seated Hammer Curl (3 sets, 10, 8, 6 reps)
  • Bodyweight dips (3 sets, 15 reps)
  • EZ bar curls (3 sets, 10, 8, 6 reps)
  • Triceps cable pushdown (3 sets, 10, 8, 6 reps)
  • Barbell curl ( 1 burnout set)

How Long Did David Laid’s Transformation Take?

David’s first YouTube video was uploaded in 2013 and was titled “David Laid 18 Month Transformation”. Two years later, he released another video titled “David Laid 3 Year Natural Transformation” and this was actually his most popular video as his body transformation was a shock to many. This goes to show that it took David Laid about 3 years to achieve his present body physic and stature.

Meanwhile, when the YouTube personality started his fitness routine, he was about 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighed 98lbs. However, by the time he reached his fitness goal, he measured 6 feet 2 inches in height and weighed 190lbs.

This made his fans and followers somewhat uncomfortable and as a result, they began questioning if this transformation was all natural or if the fitness model was on some kind of supplements or steroids.

In response, the model clearly explained that his body transformation was purely based on hard work, dedication, and determination and had nothing to do with using supplements or steroids.

David had role models whom he looked up to and they are also fitness models who used vlogs to document their workout routine and lifestyle such as Marc Fitt 23, Jeff Seid, and others.

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Chidiebube has been writing and editing articles on movies, entertainment and other juicy things for several years. When he is not writing, he spends time outdoors, lost in the beauty of nature or simply travelling around the world. Thank goodness he can do the later with any internet-enabled device

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