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    hey guys, first post!

    can i get a bf estimate?

    thanks!

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    15%~
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    14.937453319% to be exact
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    Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    14.937453319% to be exact
    I round up BF percentages.
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    Are you flexing? Relaxed?
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    Re: bf estimate? (pic inside)


    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    I round up BF percentages.
    That's a sloppy habit..
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    Bodybuilders require precise numbers..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    Are you flexing? Relaxed?
    relaxed and severely carb depleted.

    on 1800 calories/day

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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta View Post
    Bodybuilders require precise numbers..lol
    I am not a bodybuilder, and in the engineering world...we learn to use significant figures prudently and according to relevance. Anyhow, an estimate is what it is, an imprecise guess...best bet OP has is to get a bod pod exam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    I am not a bodybuilder, and in the engineering world...we learn to use significant figures prudently and according to relevance. Anyhow, an estimate is what it is, an imprecise guess...best bet OP has is to get a bod pod exam.
    So shouldn't you be on some engineering website instead of AM so you can use your figures prudently??
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    And before you get out of hand I'm just joking...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta View Post
    So shouldn't you be on some engineering website instead of AM so you can use your figures prudently??
    Nein , I like Power Lifting more than anything (even my degree). If I am not mistaken , that is welcome here too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Nein , I like Power Lifting more than anything (even my degree). If I am not mistaken , that is welcome here too
    See...lol ..You are very.welcome.here.
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    here is a flexed pick i just took:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post

    Nein , I like Power Lifting more than anything (even my degree). If I am not mistaken , that is welcome here too
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    I would guess 15-17%
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    That's 3 for 15%.

    If cutting is desired:

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    You will reach 9% in around 4-5 months of proper dieting, a good caloric deficit and a good mix of HIIT and LISS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewjx View Post
    here is a flexed pick i just took:

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    15%??

    i was hoping for atleast 12-13
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewjx View Post
    15%??

    i was hoping for atleast 12-13
    You asked for people's opinions. You got them. There's nothing wrong with being 15%. If you want to be lower, cut. Simple as that. You can do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    That's 3 for 15%.

    If cutting is desired:

    -EC stack
    -Reduce-XT
    -TTA-500
    -RK-500
    -Green Tea

    You will reach 9% in around 4-5 months of proper dieting, a good caloric deficit and a good mix of HIIT and LISS.
    So lets say it is 15% and I am 203 lbs.

    203*.15=30.45 lbs of fat.

    I need to lose approximately 11-13 lbs of fat to get to 8% (190 lbs with ~174 lean muscle tissue)

    750 calorie deficit per day would mean 1.5lb lost a week, 6lbs a month.

    Maybe I could do it in 2 months?
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewjx View Post
    So lets say it is 15% and I am 203 lbs.

    203*.15=30.45 lbs of fat.

    I need to lose approximately 11-13 lbs of fat to get to 8% (190 lbs with ~174 lean muscle tissue)

    750 calorie deficit per day would mean 1.5lb lost a week, 6lbs a month.

    Maybe I could do it in 2 months?
    Not that simple, you are missing the fact there's also visceral fat, water weight and muscle mass to be loss during a cut (yes sadly most of the times we end up losing a teensy bit of mass...)

    If you already know your Maintenance level well I would start taking it slow and building up a deficit over the weeks until you reach 500-750...Just take it slow, a slow and steady cut is best for maintaining strength and mass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewjx View Post

    So lets say it is 15% and I am 203 lbs.

    203*.15=30.45 lbs of fat.

    I need to lose approximately 11-13 lbs of fat to get to 8% (190 lbs with ~174 lean muscle tissue)

    750 calorie deficit per day would mean 1.5lb lost a week, 6lbs a month.

    Maybe I could do it in 2 months?
    You wanna do a 750 calorie deficit per day when you only eat 1800 calories a day?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    You wanna do a 750 calorie deficit per day when you only eat 1800 calories a day?
    no 1800 calories is actually around ~750 under maintenence for me. so if i stay on track (eating 300-500 more on lifting days) then i could feasibly do it in 2-3 months.

    but yeah i dont want to lose weight too fast thanks for all your help guys.
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    Def around 15.. bf is very misleading.. There is nothing bad about being 15%.. thats a very solid look you have.

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    750 calorie deficit per day will result in you getting to 190 in a hurry, but without anabolics you'd be real lucky if your LBM stayed above 170. When I wrestled, I went from 200+ offseason to 180 before dropping water and now that I look back, my body fat never varied more than two or three percent. Food is your friend, pal.

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    I would say you look to be around 12% or so, definitely lower than 15%.
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    I would also say he's less then 15, but far from 12 . I do have a question though. You don't seem to be carrying much muscle and if you lost another 11-13 lbs you may be lean but would also be very slight and, no offence intended, weedy looking. I would attempt a slow bulk, whilst limiting fat gain, and then cut again for a couple of months or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FL3X MAGNUM
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