Saturday, August 3, 2013

Your Reach Is More Than You Think

A person an inch taller than another can reach up one and a half inches higher.

A person two inches taller than another can reach up three inches higher.

On average.

For purposes of this post, people's arm-spans are exactly the same as their height (I know it can vary a few inches).

So, when a person is 2 inches taller, they also have 2 inches to give to the length of their arms, approximately 1 inch would go to each arm (assuming that each person's torso is the same width).
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