weight Vs. Bodyfat

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    weight Vs. Bodyfat


    Is it ok for your weight to go up a couple of pounds but your body fat to go down, like my I gained 4 lbs of weight , but my body fat went from 14.5% to 13.5% is that ok??

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    Umm...seriously? Yea that is more than ok, that is what everyone wants to do. Essentially that means that your gaining muscle and losing fat at the same time. Isn't that your goal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drewh10987 View Post
    Umm...seriously? Yea that is more than ok, that is what everyone wants to do. Essentially that means that your gaining muscle and losing fat at the same time. Isn't that your goal?
    Yes it is and thank you I was just double checking!!
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    Why would you think that it is not ok?
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    i think hes finding a way to brag lol
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