Sup kiddies. I was weighed in a the doc’s office today, and I’m a whopping 164.8 lbs. Thing is, over the past months I’ve gotten bigger, stronger, and (this is probably the key) leaner than ever. I also stand a towering 5’6 1/2 (actually I enjoy my low center of gravity making me ideal for grappling). Now theoretically, I am a mere 14.8 pounds away from the infamous 150 pound weakling status. I’ve been asked if I’m on roids several times. I don’t “look” 160, and yet the scale doesen’t lie. Have thee a point, oh wise yet curiously unstable Monkeyboy? Indeed. I think sometimes we get caught up in bodyweight. Afterall, muscle is denser than fat. I am quite content at my 164.8 and mainly work on cutting while occasionally attempting to boost some chest and back thickness. I keep the same diet year round (6-7 meals a day swithcing of protein/carbs and protein/fat) and while I don’t really keep track I think I consume around 2,500-3,000 cals a day. I just wanted to remind everyone that we often get caught up in numbers, and yes, they are important, but mirros do not care about weight in numbers. Reaching 200 lbs. is damn cool, but what kind of 200 lbs. will it be? Lata.
“MB Eric: The prize at the bottom of life’s cereal box since 1987.”