OK guys, here is the deal. I have been cutting since November, with a few weeks "off" in December... (oh vacation...) I have now just reached single-digits on bodyfat, 9.95% hehe. Ok i know the calipers aren't that accurate, so I am somewhere 10-12%. I have decided rather than try to bulk again, to try for 6% bf.
I have never been that lean before, and word on the street is that the first time you try to get really lean is the hardest. I intend to find out! For those of you that have done it, is it significantly harder to do 10%-6% than say 15%-10% ?? Will I need to change my training much?
Now I HATE cardio. ya i do it some, but not nearly as much as I should. I have had great results cutting with great diet and weight training only, do you think I will be able to get to 6% without adding more cardio??
Current stats: measured on 4/4/12
height : 5'7"
chest : 6 mm
abdominal : 16 mm
thigh : 9 mm
tricep : 10 mm
subscapular : 12 mm
suprailic : 7 mm
midaxillary : 14 mm
fat LB : 18.32
bodyfat %: 9.95
lean LB: 165.7
by the way, I HATE midaxillary fat.... that **** in your armpit that squishes like someone stepping on an ice cream sandwich when your arm hangs by your side. hate hate hate!!! If i could take that crap and move it all right onto my abs, or onto my arms and lose all my vascularity, i still would!! it must die!!!!!!!
so you ripped guys out there, I know the basics, I have lost a lot of fat while maintaining my LBM, I am just a little concerned about the last 8-10 lbs of fat and what it will take to get rid of it