I just finished my (slow/clean) bulk (gained 18kg in 2 years) and figured it would be nice to have a dexa scan to see how my cut goes but the results were quite strange to me.
My Bodyfatscale says I’m at 15% bf, Caliper says 11% and the “Navy-measurement” (it calculates the bf out of height,weight,neck circumference and waist circumference) says 14%.
That’s an average of 13,3 and i thought it would be pretty accurate but the dexascan showed 21,5%
That would mean my measurements (and I’m sure I didn’t cheat on any of those 3 measurements) are off 8,2%!
Did anyone make similar experiences?[/quote]
you gained 40 pounds over 2 years on a clean bulk? doesn’t sound very clean to me…[/quote]
40lbs in 2 years is 20lbs a year which is less than 2 lbs a month…tell me what is wrong with that? Assuming it wasn’t all fat which it shouldn’t be if he is even somewhat knowledgeable and has even kind of decent genetics.[/quote]
this, that is a very reasonable amount of weight to gain in that time.[/quote]
Damn… I put on 30 in about 6 months. I’m 6’6" though. His 40 pounds over 2 years seems like it is very clean and he is probably still lean.