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    Difference in weight: Morning vs. Night?


    Hey guys.

    I'm sure you've all experienced this. When you first wake up your slim/cut looking great. But as the day goe's on, water and food make your body bloat and expand. How much "weight" difference is there between these two times? I know it's not actual weight, mostly water weight that's gained throughout the day.

    I weigh 165 @ 5'10. @ 16% BF

    I'd like to have that "morning look" all the time, how many lbs. do you think I should lose?


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    Anyone? I'd like to know an estimate in weight before I start the cut.
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    I will fluctuate between 158-165 lb throughout the week. It all depends on how much you've eaten, how much you've drunk, how much water you are holding.

    A low/moderate carb diet might be good for helping you drop water weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangman View Post
    Hey guys.

    I'm sure you've all experienced this. When you first wake up your slim/cut looking great. But as the day goe's on, water and food make your body bloat and expand. How much "weight" difference is there between these two times? I know it's not actual weight, mostly water weight that's gained throughout the day.

    I weigh 165 @ 5'10. @ 16% BF

    I'd like to have that "morning look" all the time, how many lbs. do you think I should lose?

    Your problem isnt your weight/height ratio. It's your Bf, Sub some cardio in your regimen. Clean up your dietary macro sources, play with carbs a little (cycling), and maybe play with times of food ingestion. Dry cardio in the AM has always had good results for me... (no food ingested, just a little water and whatever supps you take pre cardio) Burn calories from adipose stores.

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