rhills's Journal, 20 October 2017

(1) Under 12% BF --- BOOYA!

(2) At gym, after sauna, I was under 145. I'm not recording it because I promised to be consistent and only record first thing in the morning on my bathroom scale .. but since my starting weight (195) used the same sauna cheat, I'm going to declare myself a member of the "Goodbye 50's" club. Good bye and good riddance, you miserable pile of (expletive deleted). You are not welcome here so don't even think about returning! I'll be watching!!!

(3) I have a bit of a party weekend coming up. I put a few pounds in the bank especially for it, and if I have to make a withdrawal (probably will), I'll even up the score over the course of the next week or two.

Have a great weekend everyone. It is beautiful here today!

Diet Calendar Entries for 20 October 2017:
1379 kcal Fat: 34.50g | Prot: 100.05g | Carb: 75.47g.   Breakfast: Coffee, Land O'Lakes Fat Free Half & Half, Sabra Classic Hummus, Aunt Millie's 35 Calorie Honey Wheat Bread, Albertsons Hard Boiled Egg Whites. Lunch: Cherry Tomatoes, Lettuce Salad with Assorted Vegetables, Lemon Juice (Canned or Bottled), Nature's Place Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast. Dinner: Lemon Juice (Canned or Bottled), Kitchen Basics Unsalted Chicken Cooking Stock, Fresh Express Spinach, Pork Loin (Tenderloin). Snacks/Other: Jack Daniel's Whiskey, Blue Diamond Whole Natural Almonds, Skinny Pop Popcorn (Package), Kitchen Basics Original Beef Cooking Stock, Dannon Light & Fit Yogurt - Strawberry (Cup), Albertsons Hard Boiled Egg Whites. more...
2163 kcal Activities & Exercise: Walking (exercise) - 3.5/mph - 1 hour and 55 minutes, Sauna - 20 minutes, Weight Training (moderate) - 20 minutes, Resting - 15 hours and 25 minutes, Sleeping - 6 hours. more...
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Sounds like we need to plan the funeral for the 50s - got the eulogy drafted? 
20 Oct 17 by member: From371to184
Nice going! Love the attitude, hope you're having a fantastic weekend. 
21 Oct 17 by member: T8U9
(How are you measuring fat %? I'm tempted to drop again.) 
21 Oct 17 by member: T8U9
Awesome Rhills...12% BF and 50 pounds dropped, super job!! 
21 Oct 17 by member: Steven Lloyd
@T8U9 There is an InBody "Composition Analyzer" at my gym .. like this: https://www.inbodyusa.com/pages/inbody570 I'm sure it's not as accurate as a DEXA scan or hydrostatic weighing, but I'm lucky to have it available to me. I'm surprised that normal doctors don't have these gadgets .. maybe they do in a back room somewhere. Ask around .. you might find one. And thanks all for the great comments and support. 
21 Oct 17 by member: rhills
I'm lucky to have fairly easy access to inexpensive BodPod (air displacement) at a lab and van-based DXA. Universities with physiology programs often have this equipment, with some hours open to the public for a fee, and if a student is doing a study, you might even get paid. DXA gave similar fat-% results to BodPod (21.5 vs 22, respectively), but extremely specific visceral fat and muscle (a)symmetry readings. I don't let doctors weigh me, because I can't deal with the BMI lectures based purely on height and weight. You're right, doctors need pressure to at least inform patients about access to composition analysis. If gyms can afford equipment like yours has, wouldn't it be worth space in doctors' budgets? 
21 Oct 17 by member: T8U9


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