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Sun Nov 01, 2020 2:05 am

I started out 170 lbs 3 weeks ago, down to 159 as of today. 5'9. I'm guessing I have 20 pounds to go before I get down to 10-12 percent bf.

Working out everyday

Also, can anyone give an approximate guess of my body fat percentage
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Sun Nov 01, 2020 11:54 am

you will be around 145 lbs if you want to get to the 10-12% bf range. I have the same height and similar build to you. 135 lbs to be completely shredded where girls cant resist u
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Sun Nov 01, 2020 2:25 pm

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you will be around 145 lbs if you want to get to the 10-12% bf range. I have the same height and similar build to you. 135 lbs to be completely shredded where girls cant resist u
Geez really? I'm 5'7" and I thought 145 was my ticket to winnit. I don't have experience with this though - first cut.
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joe_ronimo wrote:
Sun Nov 01, 2020 2:25 pm
l0vebone wrote:
Sun Nov 01, 2020 11:54 am
you will be around 145 lbs if you want to get to the 10-12% bf range. I have the same height and similar build to you. 135 lbs to be completely shredded where girls cant resist u
Geez really? I'm 5'7" and I thought 145 was my ticket to winnit. I don't have experience with this though - first cut.
people severely underestimate how much fat their body holds and what it takes to get legit shredded. Outside of a few genetic freaks, its a LOT harder to get shredded than most people think. People lift weights for a year and bulk up and think they look big because now they have muscle on them, but when they start getting to 10% bf they think they lost all of their muscle, but really its just a testament to how much fat they carry.

Which makes sense. Fat is there to protect us in times of extreme hunger. Thats why if youre ripped now a days you stand out, a lot. Barely anyone you see outside is legit 10%bf
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l0vebone wrote:
Sun Nov 01, 2020 11:54 am
135 lbs to be completely shredded where girls cant resist u
chicks dig ripped guys that much?
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You look around 20% body fat right now. I'd say you need to lose 15 lb of FAT to be really cut. That would bring you to ~12% body fat which will have you looking pretty good. The emphasis should be on SLOW weight loss while still working out to maintain muscle mass and lose fat. The fat loss would bring you to 145 lb which is a bit small for your size. If you are a new to lifting, then you can easily gain a lot of muscle from newbie gains. I'd say within 1 year you could be 155 lb at ~13% bodyfat if you are consistent with it, but you need heavy resistance training (LIFT) in addition to diet. Don't neglect cardio for heart health, but for aesthetics it is not as important as lifting and diet.

Also don't do bulk/cut cycle. Just focus on increasing strength while not fluctuating in weight too much. You want to lose some weight right now, but once you hit 150-155, you should maintain your weight and focus on increasing strength because that correlates to how much muscle you are carrying. If you are not losing weight, you need to eat better/less. If you are not gaining strength, you will most likely not be gaining much muscle.

For reference, I am ~5'10" and 160 lb around 13-14% body fat. If I lost 5 lb of fat, at 155 lb I'd be ~10-11% where I'd be extremely cut for the average person. I don't have gym access so I haven't been lifting heavy, but I am usually deadlifting mid 300s, squatting upper 200s, benching near 200 for reps at my normal weight of 165 lb. At that weight I am not huge by any means, but I look built and decently lean. It'd probably take me 2-3 years to gain the muscle to go from 165-170, and another 5 years to be around my genetic potential which I'd think is around 175 lb.
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s8onic wrote:
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You look around 20% body fat right now. I'd say you need to lose 15 lb of FAT to be really cut. That would bring you to ~12% body fat which will have you looking pretty good. The emphasis should be on SLOW weight loss while still working out to maintain muscle mass and lose fat. The fat loss would bring you to 145 lb which is a bit small for your size. If you are a new to lifting, then you can easily gain a lot of muscle from newbie gains. I'd say within 1 year you could be 155 lb at ~13% bodyfat if you are consistent with it, but you need heavy resistance training (LIFT) in addition to diet. Don't neglect cardio for heart health, but for aesthetics it is not as important as lifting and diet.

Also don't do bulk/cut cycle. Just focus on increasing strength while not fluctuating in weight too much. You want to lose some weight right now, but once you hit 150-155, you should maintain your weight and focus on increasing strength because that correlates to how much muscle you are carrying. If you are not losing weight, you need to eat better/less. If you are not gaining strength, you will most likely not be gaining much muscle.

For reference, I am ~5'10" and 160 lb around 13-14% body fat. If I lost 5 lb of fat, at 155 lb I'd be ~10-11% where I'd be extremely cut for the average person. I don't have gym access so I haven't been lifting heavy, but I am usually deadlifting mid 300s, squatting upper 200s, benching near 200 for reps at my normal weight of 165 lb. At that weight I am not huge by any means, but I look built and decently lean. It'd probably take me 2-3 years to gain the muscle to go from 165-170, and another 5 years to be around my genetic potential which I'd think is around 175 lb.
This advice is basically golden and essentially how i did it myself as well.
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You look around 20% body fat right now. I'd say you need to lose 15 lb of FAT to be really cut. That would bring you to ~12% body fat which will have you looking pretty good. The emphasis should be on SLOW weight loss while still working out to maintain muscle mass and lose fat. The fat loss would bring you to 145 lb which is a bit small for your size. If you are a new to lifting, then you can easily gain a lot of muscle from newbie gains. I'd say within 1 year you could be 155 lb at ~13% bodyfat if you are consistent with it, but you need heavy resistance training (LIFT) in addition to diet. Don't neglect cardio for heart health, but for aesthetics it is not as important as lifting and diet.

Also don't do bulk/cut cycle. Just focus on increasing strength while not fluctuating in weight too much. You want to lose some weight right now, but once you hit 150-155, you should maintain your weight and focus on increasing strength because that correlates to how much muscle you are carrying. If you are not losing weight, you need to eat better/less. If you are not gaining strength, you will most likely not be gaining much muscle.

For reference, I am ~5'10" and 160 lb around 13-14% body fat. If I lost 5 lb of fat, at 155 lb I'd be ~10-11% where I'd be extremely cut for the average person. I don't have gym access so I haven't been lifting heavy, but I am usually deadlifting mid 300s, squatting upper 200s, benching near 200 for reps at my normal weight of 165 lb. At that weight I am not huge by any means, but I look built and decently lean. It'd probably take me 2-3 years to gain the muscle to go from 165-170, and another 5 years to be around my genetic potential which I'd think is around 175 lb.
Thanks. You think 2 lbs a week is too aggressive? I'm comfortable with it so far but not sure if I'm losing some muscle. I eat 1500 calories a day of basically only chicken and eggs. And do heavy resistance training until failure.

I'm pretty impatient and just want to get the fat off me asap.
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Thanks. You think 2 lbs a week is too aggressive? I'm comfortable with it so far but not sure if I'm losing some muscle. I eat 1500 calories a day of basically only chicken and eggs. And do heavy resistance training until failure.

I'm pretty impatient and just want to get the fat off me asap.
In my honest opinion, there is no such thing with being too aggressive with weight drop...thats if you dont care about losing muscle. I've maintained being lean year round and still making gains. Ive been powerlifting for 4 years and with a lot of diet experience. I would check out Greg Doucette on youtube. He has pretty good advice.

I eat super clean. If you wanna drop a shit ton of weight. I recommend eating lots of greens or salads (after 1-2 weeks, youll learn to enjoy it). If you do salads. Only use vinnergerate dressing since ranch and other dressing have a shit ton of calories. Plus do 100m sprints for 10 minutes a day if you wanna drop weight quicker. My meal plan looks like this...sometimes it doesnt always look like this. My schedule is extremely crazy with my 2 businesses lmao.

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Mon Nov 02, 2020 1:32 am

Also if you want momentum and drop weight super fast (mostly water weight), Just to get some hype in your head.
Do an apple fast for 3-5 days. Eat as many organic tasty, juicy ass apples as you want for several days. Then before you start eating normal again have 1 cup of greek yogurt, 1 hour before you eat.
I lost 15 pounds after this. Lots of health benefits plus you look lean as fuck. Gets you hyped to diet hard
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Mon Nov 02, 2020 10:51 pm

tdoggw is correct that you can be aggressive if you want. The tradeoff is you may lose muscle, which you will need to gain back to fill out your frame. It honestly depends on what your preference is in terms of bulk/cut.

You can drop the 15 lb aggressively. Then try to gain back some muscle by bulking slowly.

OR

You can drop the 15 lb slowly while maintaining/gaining muscle.


It doesn't matter too much and depends on what works for you. You seem to want to drop the fat so go for it I say. Do try your best to increase or maintain strength in the meantime tho.

However, also depending on you, it will become more difficult as you lose more weight and reach your genetic set point. Also good advice from tddoggw is to check out Greg Doucette. He gives good dieting advice, mainly find "low calorie dense" foods.
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