Recommendations can be all over the place on this subject. I read one book (Green For Life) in which the author claims that the average person only needs about 25 grams of protein per day. Others say 40 to 50 or 60 grams.
Another source says a person of average weight should take in less than 70 grams per day. At your height, you likely weigh (?) a lot more than average. And you work out to some extent (?) at a gym.
I would guess that you should take in less than 80 grams per day. But that's just a guess based on the limited information you gave.
Here's what I do: I know when I need more or less protein by how hungry I feel 3 or 4 hours after a meal. The days that I work out at the gym are always different than other days. If I forget to eat more protein on a gym day, I get "unexpectedly" hungry in the early evening, about 3 or 4 hours after my evening meal.
So the question is: how do you feel on 95 to 100 grams per day? Do you sometimes forget to eat a meal because you didn't get hungry? Or, do you sometimes get hungry after 2 or 3 hours of eating a meal? If you can learn to read the signs, it will be better than any number that anyone else can tell you.