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Guess is pretty accurate to me.
3 months sounds like a very good time frame to get 12%.
For the price it isn't necessarily a good deal, but it doesn't come up often.
Hammer strength plate loaded leg extension $500 Windsor.
I agree with your bf% estimate on the higher end, guess would be 17%.
Estimated 10% is around 178lbs.
I agree that that your bodyfat % is not 15% by any means. Post a pic when you hit 185lbs and see if you'll be 10%.
Your body fat percentage is probably lower than you'd think. Seeing as it looks like you haven't begun lifting and bulking yet, the lack of muscle makes your bf% look higher.
Looks moreso like you...
Sounds about right.
185lbs is my guess of where you'd have to end your cut to be at 10%.
Then bulk for some mass and cut again.
You look closer to 20% body fat. At your weight of 132lbs, I'd estimate that you need to lose over 15lbs still.
That's not the right choice.
Looking much leaner than before.
Bf% is probably accurate, more pics to tell
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Diet looks good. You don't have to be so...
Depends on how much you value your time.
I'd go pick up a ton if I lived in your area.
You can go pick up more than you need and then quickly resell those.
Easily sell them for...
I personally believe once you start cutting, you should go the whole way.
Rather than stop now, the route I like to take is cut more and then bulk longer later.
Looking shredded now.
Hard to tell for me until you cut.
Arms look bigger possibly.
How did you look before your bulk?
Looks like a lot of your fat is stored around the midsection.
And find a routine that would have 2x frequency. (Hit muscle groups twice in one week)
This seems accurate to me.
15-16% would be my guess as well.
Approx. 145lbs would be your 10%.
One picture isn't enough in all honesty.
Add a side picture and and back pic?
16% is my guess currently.
Looks good, stay consistent and the gains will be keep coming.
Normally to gain as much muscle and as little fat as possible you have to look at your weight over a longer stretch of time.
Eat at X number of calories for lets say 3-4 weeks, if you gained only a...