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Craig Golias Height, Weight, and Age

Craig Golias (born February 7, 1984) is arguably the biggest bodybuilder of all time.

According to an interview clip by Generation Iron, Craig suffers from Bigorexia.

He used to be a lanky kid before he put on 100 pounds from 150 to 250.

Craig’s need to appear bigger than others in photos started the “Outangling” trend.

Despite his enormous size, Craig is still unsatisfied with his physique and wants to be bigger.

In this article, you’ll learn who is Craig Golias, his height, weight, age, stats, wiki, career, girlfriend, and more.

Craig Golias stats

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Full name Craig Golias
Weight 154 kg (340 lbs)
Height 190 cm (6’3″)
Nationality American
Year of birth 1984
Profession Bodybuilder, Fitness Influencer

Source: Eric Kanevsky Official.

Craig Golias height and weight

Craig Golias is about 6’3″ (190 cm) in height and fluctuates between 325 (147 kg) to 350 lbs (158 kg) in weight.

He is born in Ohio, USA, in 1984 and his nationality is American.

Note: These are estimated figures and are not perfect measurements (weight can fluctuate on a day-to-day basis).

Source: In a YouTube video titled “Asking bodybuilders their stats, then measuring them”, Craig Golias tells Eric Kanevsky his height and weight.


Craig Golias is a bodybuilder and a fitness influencer.

He is also an online coach and is sponsored by Enhanced Labs, a supplement company.

Note: The above stats are either rounded up to the nearest hundred thousand or million.

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