lobsteriffic wrote:Thanks. I agree with you. The number on the scale is just that...weight. It doesn't tell you what's fat, muscle, water, etc. I feel good, my clothes are fitting well and I'm being consistent with my routine. Or at least that's the pep talk I've been giving myself all day.
Good make it your daily mantra. If you clothes are fitting well and your doing the work diet and exercise wise you will get there. Seriously on the weight thing. I am five six and weigh 135. When people see me they never believe I weigh that much thinking I am around 120. But the muscle I have put on makes me heavier on the scale. I actually have an ironman scale that measures how much of your weight is muscle, water , fat etc. They can be expensive but maybe you can get it as a wedding present or something. I got it as a birthday present. I think it is around 100 USD. My fat tends to fall between 15 - 20 percent so I don't let the fact that I am 135 bother me because I know I am a healthy 135 and for me to get lighter I would have to cut muscle. Of course I could cut some fat too but since I am not bodybuilding I don't really worry about it. I think your doing great.