6 weeks ago I measured my bodyfat at the gym with a scale. It was 18.5%. My goal is to get to +/- 13%. Losing some bodyfat, and becoming more lean.
So today was the day I measured again and it was still at 18%
People tell me I lost weight, they tell me I look more lean. I look in the mirror and see my body changing.
Are those scales accurate at all?
My diet contains a lot of protein. Eating eggs, eating greece yoghurt or french cotton cheese, ofcourse I eat meat and fish. I also take vegetables (altho I could upp those a bit) and I eat my fruits. I did use whey, but I am cutting it out since I think I can still improve on my diet without 'supplements'. The supplements I do take are Multi Vitamine and Fish oil. I only drink water, never eat candy or take soda's. I also never take alcohol.
My fats I got from the greece yoghurt and nuts.
My training contains of boxing 3 times a week and weight lifting 2 times a week where I do: Squat, Dead lift, Overhead press, bench press, chin up, and bend over row.
I do lots of compound excersises because my major goal is to create a more athletic body and maybe even more important, i notice doing compound excersises really help with boxing
I could really use some feedback because it freaked me out a bit that 6 weeks of watching my diet and training hard, I didn't lose any bodyfat at all (according to the scale)