I appreciate the help, I suppose. By a BMI chart and my doctor I am morbidly obese. However, my bf% is 22. I don’t consider myself obese, and anyone I’ve ever really talked to about this couldn’t believe that I weighed 360. They guessed around 280.
On fat to fire, well to be honest, I tried it to see how it would go, which I loved it after the first day. I was only waiting for my order to come in for the V-Diet. I will pursue it after this is over with.
I had been eating clean for several months, dropped thirty pounds. I started to slip and gain ten of it back and decided to hit the V-Diet up for a little boost and a lesson in self control. A hard lesson, but it fits who I am.
And to answer your question Prof, I’m not extremely muscular nor do I consider myself obese. I just want to look good nekkid, if you don’t mind me saying so.[/quote]
Dude, by BMI charts, anyone with any muscle mass above average is “obese”. 22% body fat at your weight and height is not that bad. That gives me a better picture of what you are starting with. The only thing making me think the V-Diet may not be for you at this point is that you don’t sound very serious about weight lifting…even though that could be the wrong impression.
I wouldn’t recommend anyone do that unless they were in the gym with a serious goal on a very regular basis.