I currently weigh 290lbs (131kg) and I'm 6'0" tall.
I'm trying to calculate an approximate amount of fats to have in my diet, but the calculation listed in the sticky (http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=121703981) uses lean body mass to calculate how much fat you need to take in.
Using the math in the sticky mentioned above I've worked out the following:
Calories: 3000-3270 (depending on which method)
Using that it looks like I need to go down to about 2400-2600 calories/day to cut.
But I don't know how to calculate lean body mass which is needed for the fat calculation.
I know that I'm supposed to weight about 180lbs, so prior to starting weight lifting I was probably close to that for lean mass, but I've been weight lifting for 3 months now and have no idea how to calculate what my lean mass it now.
Thread: How to calculate lean body mass?