I think we may have invented a new Super Hero!Bingeman would be a fatphobic comedy, I assume, with him squashing evildoers or throwing donuts at them.
However Cate seems to have found one. And thanks Cate, I will sure try not to be.
It could very well. Very curious to hear about your new measurements!The % body fat was done by the trainer using the caliper method. I think it is time to do it again and see where I am. My weight is actually a little below where I was then, not sure about the rest. It is possible being in the 140s is just too low for me, I know I did not feel as well then as I do now. Not 100% sure that has anything to do with weight or eating, but I am beginning to believe it might.
LOL, maybe every other donut anyway!Bingeman would be a fatphobic comedy, I assume, with him squashing evildoers or throwing donuts at them.
Don't really know, right now I am contemplating 160 plus or minus 5 lbs...I think you will work out what is right for your body, Rob. Maybe you already have. How would you feel about setting a buffer zone & then trying to keep within that? 155-160? 158-163? I know how hard it is, but then that would still keep you focused. When I get back down to my HW (happy weight) I am going to set a buffer zone & if I ever go over it I am going to zap myself back quickly.
Yep, thinking of weight as a reference rather than a hard target makes sense. And I know its not the best metric, but it is the easy one, and one I am very used to. Will be interesting to see what the % BF says.Seems to me the number on the scale is a reference more than it is a hard target. If you are working out, being active and generally feel good, there are a lot of other metrics that make more of a difference. Yes, BF% is a pretty good one, and much more a predictor of health than scale number, but even that can be an unhealthy target for some folks.
Thanks for the kind words, and in the big picture I think you are probably right, but at this point I seem to spend too much time focused on the not so great... I appreciate the support.You are doing great Rob!
Thanks LaMa, I kind of liked the sheepherders trailer. You see them in some pretty remote places around here, but the old iron wheels on that one are getting pretty rare.Very fancy! Careful with the amount of wine you buy though or your shiny new camper might end up like the Basque shepherd´s