I've been working out for about 1 year ago, started T replacement a few months ago, started a diet 6 weeks ago, thought it would be fun to record my progress.
Measurement done on fancy scale (the same scale each time) at the gym.
1 year ago: 18% body fat 68 lb skeletal muscle 160 pounds. (6',0'' , 26 Years old)
4 months ago: 29% body fat 78 lb skeletal muscle, 200 lb (t replacement starts)
6 weeks ago: 26% body fat 85 lb skeletal muscle, 200 lb (diet starts)
today : 22% body fat 83 lb skeletal muscle, 187 lb (started adding 25 min jog on non gym days this week)
My goal right now is to get back down to 18% body fat and have a solid 20 pounds of muscle more than when I started working out. I think I can be there 4-6 months. My diet is basically that I only eat what I cook from scratch, it's been saving me a lot of money and I've been eating a lot more vegetables. I must have about a 1000 calorie deficit to be losing weight the way I have been, but I haven't been counting, it doesn't leave me feeling bad all the time though, so I'll keep doing it.