Also, I don’t know if I am depressed or what, but everyone says I look good, even when I say, naw I’m fat, I need to lose weight. They either laugh or disagree. I have never come across someone say anything like, you could improve a bit or anything. I just feel like a fat slob and I don’t know wtf is going on with me right now. People say I’m big, measurements say I’m big, but I say no. Do I have a disorder or something?
No your probably much more right then them. Most people will think your huge if your just in shape, friends of mine with low body fat are called ‘huge’ at 180lbs and their far from it. Also even if you were a fat slob, and your not, they would still say you look fine-not everyone but most-
You know what you need to improve on. Also were you fat or very skinny as a kid? Sometimes takes a while to gain your confidence when your used to how you used to be. [/quote]
Both. Skinny up until highschool (135lbs), by sophomore year, I was 180, just slabbed on a bunch of fat. Senior year is when I started lifting hardcore, 5 days a week for 3 hours a day, and I ended at around 185, with about 12-14% bodyfat, its hard to judge and remember. I also had terrible calorie intake, but still gained.
On a few side notes…
I hate being told I am over training. I just love to spend 3 hours in the gym doing massive loads of work, but I never really gained much doing that. (However, my diet was terrible at the time, so maybe its time to start again.) When I decreased the workload, I gained muscle, but also fat. When I when into splits, and upped my calorie intake, I gained even more muscle, and even more fat. I just CAN’T gain muscle without the fat running up behind me.
However, while running clen + T3 and being on the velocity diet, I had little to no effect from them, except jitters and headaches. I had NO muscle loss and minimal body fat loss over 2.5 weeks (12 lbs total, water weight included), even when some days I wanted to experiment and drop calories down to 500-800 for 3-5 days for experimentation to see if fat loss would be faster. It was actually slower, but still no muscle loss. I just apparently cannot lose muscle no matter what, but the fat likes to stay around too :. Double-edged sword I guess.