Difference in weight: Morning vs. Night?

  1. 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?



  2. Anyone? I'd like to know an estimate in weight before I start the cut.
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  3. 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.

  4. 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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