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    Originally Posted by acruz7439 View Post
    They've progressed in a somewhat slow but steadily manner. There have been a few days (and weeks) were some of these exercises halted in progress and I had to go back and re-set them multiple times until I figured out it was due to: not eating enough, bad form and losing track in what weights I needed to complete in my next session.

    I'm going to guess what my weights in the gym were back on February because I lost a few months worth of recorded weight data because I acquired a new cellphone.

    From February (guessing) to July (currently recorded), my weight progress is:

    Squat: 85lbs --> 165lbs
    Bench: 65lbs --> 139.4lbs
    Pendlay Row: 65lbs --> 105lbs
    Face Pull: 10lbs --> 90lbs
    Triceps: 10lbs --> 60lbs
    Calf Raises: 30lbs --> 90lbs

    Front Squat: 55lbs --> 155lbs
    Overhead: 55lbs --> 105lbs
    Romanian Deadlift: 65lbs --> 160lbs
    Lat: 10lbs --> 100lbs
    Abs (Crunches): 5lbs --> 45lbs
    Biceps: 5lbs --> 17.5lbs

    I've also had to switch to three different gyms and try out different weight plates and sometimes deload.

    I also looked through the forums and saw that some of these exercises take a much longer time to make progress in compared to other ones (for example: you can make more progress with squats compared to overhead presses).

    I was thinking about just keeping my bf% the same until a reach a certain amount of weight in my exercises before deciding to cut down (and also to keep making newbie gains as long as I possibly can).

    But at this point, I would honestly would take any advice.
    I think you are doing well. Keeping the same BF and increasing your weight and then cutting when you have a better base sounds good. Beware your waist measurement though, if that is going up quickly you are gaining too much fat.
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    Originally Posted by Kcrack View Post
    Rough bf%? 174cm, 68kg. Currently cutting.

    14-15% ish
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    Body fat estimate? 6'2 197 lbs

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    Originally Posted by werto40 View Post
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    18-19% would be my guess. A side shot would help, if there’s more belly fat than I think your BF may be higher
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    side view

    Originally Posted by EiFit91;164322
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    18-19% would be my guess. A side shot would help, if there’s more belly fat than I think your BF may be higher
    alright, sent some side shot pics below
    also I took some measurements the other day

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    Originally Posted by EiFit91 View Post
    I think you are doing well. Keeping the same BF and increasing your weight and then cutting when you have a better base sounds good. Beware your waist measurement though, if that is going up quickly you are gaining too much fat.
    Thank you for the response!

    I haven't done waist measurements before but I heard that measurements (waist, scale, and calipers) can be off due to water stored in your body, the different foods you've may have eaten and etc.

    How would I know if my waist measurements are correct? Should I rely on the mirror instead since I heard that's a great way to see your overall body fat?
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    Originally Posted by acruz7439 View Post
    Thank you for the response!

    I haven't done waist measurements before but I heard that measurements (waist, scale, and calipers) can be off due to water stored in your body, the different foods you've may have eaten and etc.

    How would I know if my waist measurements are correct? Should I rely on the mirror instead since I heard that's a great way to see your overall body fat?
    If you take your waist measurement every morning and track it over time, you can watch the trend. Doing this will take care of the noise problem as noise cannot explain the measurement trending up over time. The bias in your tracking will remain constant as long as you are measuring in the same way every time (e.g. at the navel) so the trend is a reliable measure of fat gain. If it is trending up quickly you are gaining fat, if the trend is flat you are essentially pulling off a perfect lean bulk.

    Probably it will slowly increase but you could for instance use a rule of thumb like whenever your waist increases by 1 inch you diet that 1 inch off back to your baseline waist measurement. Your weight should be higher when that inch is off and then you will know you have gained some good muscle mass.

    And if your weight is higher and your waist is back to baseline, your BF% will be lower!
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    Currently lean bulking. What is my estimated body fat percentage and should I keep bulking or start cutting? Thanks and sorry in advance for sideways pics. Photo in my bodyspace.
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    Originally Posted by EiFit91 View Post
    If you take your waist measurement every morning and track it over time, you can watch the trend. Doing this will take care of the noise problem as noise cannot explain the measurement trending up over time. The bias in your tracking will remain constant as long as you are measuring in the same way every time (e.g. at the navel) so the trend is a reliable measure of fat gain. If it is trending up quickly you are gaining fat, if the trend is flat you are essentially pulling off a perfect lean bulk.

    Probably it will slowly increase but you could for instance use a rule of thumb like whenever your waist increases by 1 inch you diet that 1 inch off back to your baseline waist measurement. Your weight should be higher when that inch is off and then you will know you have gained some good muscle mass.

    And if your weight is higher and your waist is back to baseline, your BF% will be lower!
    12-15%
    I'd do a bulk with a calorie surplus of 500-800 and if you notice fat gain cut the surplus back some.
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    Could you tell me how much my body fat is. Starting a cut soon. So I’d like to check progress in the coming weeks. Thanks.
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    Originally Posted by akolari View Post
    Height: 6 ' 2"
    Weight: 205 lbs

    Can anyone please give me a bodyfat estimate? The pictures are in my bodyspace.

    For those who want to hear me out, read below..

    I've just undergone a 60 lb. weight loss over the past 8 months, with an eating disorder and improper training. I was eating once a day, however much I want.. and consuming lots of water. I was stupid, and became too fixated on trying not to look like a cow.
    Well, now I look like a smaller cow and I realize I accomplished nothing.

    However, I have been eating proper and training regularly for the past 3 months, and have undone SOME of the damage by cutting the fat / increasing a biiit of muscle.
    I will continue this as a new lifestyle, and make smarter choices from here on out.
    You can see small video on below link for how to reduce the body fat

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    Originally Posted by EiFit91 View Post
    14-15% ish
    You can use exercises in the below link 👇 where there's a video

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    Originally Posted by ShivaIncarnate View Post
    Stats: Height: 5'5". Age: 20 yrs old. Weight: 171.6#. Waist- 32.1"







    Will rep all estimates.
    Traditional pushups are beneficial for building upper body strength. They work the triceps, pectoral muscles, and shoulders. When done with proper form, they can also strengthen the lower back and core by engaging (pulling in) the abdominal muscles. Pushups are a fast and effective exercise for building strength.
    If doing 100 Push Ups is hard for you, then your muscles will need some recovery afterward. ... If 100 Push Ups is not hard for you, then it will just be a short muscle endurance workout for you. It wouldn't overtrain or even pump your muscles significantly.
    There is no limit to how many push-ups one can do in a day. Many people do more than 300 push-ups a day. But for an average person, even 50 to 100 push-ups should be enough to maintain a good upper body, provided it is done properly. You can start with 20 push-ups, but do not stick to this number. These links will give you proper ways to build up through push-ups.
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    Originally Posted by EiFit91 View Post
    14-15% ish
    Traditional pushups are beneficial for building upper body strength. They work the triceps, pectoral muscles, and shoulders. When done with proper form, they can also strengthen the lower back and core by engaging (pulling in) the abdominal muscles. Pushups are a fast and effective exercise for building strength.
    If doing 100 Push Ups is hard for you, then your muscles will need some recovery afterward. ... If 100 Push Ups is not hard for you, then it will just be a short muscle endurance workout for you. It wouldn't overtrain or even pump your muscles significantly.
    There is no limit to how many push-ups one can do in a day. Many people do more than 300 push-ups a day. But for an average person, even 50 to 100 push-ups should be enough to maintain a good upper body, provided it is done properly. You can start with 20 push-ups, but do not stick to this number. These links will give you proper ways to build up through push-ups.
    https://ouo.io/8iZ4aT
    https://ouo.io/d0F6lD1
    https://ouo.io/VLR9Zl
    https://ouo.io/wtAMQV
    https://ouo.io/UTQzQNW
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    male, 5'9, 139 pounds

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    Hey guys, would really appreciate an estimate of my body fat percentage. Last two pics in dashboard. Thanks

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    Originally Posted by moeschmoe View Post
    Second one is flexed, third one is relaxed (not pushed out)
    I am guessing 16-17%. You should bulk.
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    Discover on how to lose weight fast in 30 days

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    Performing sit-ups properly also build a strong core and also makes it easier to keep your hips, spine, and shoulders aligned.
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    Perfect plan Transformation

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    Performing sit-ups properly also build a strong core and also makes it easier to keep your hips, spine, and shoulders aligned.
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    Perfect plan Transformation

    FAST AND EFFECTIVE TRANSFORMATION:
    Discover the perfect and uniqueness exercise for your body fast transformation.

    Must watch the videos:

    https://ouo.io/r1U8zi
    https://ouo.io/yZ0aKv
    https://ouo.io/ueRNh0
    https://ouo.io/CmYiBZ
    https://ouo.io/9rkmUy

    Performing sit-ups properly also build a strong core and also makes it easier to keep your hips, spine, and shoulders aligned.
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    estimate body fat

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    Originally Posted by posittron View Post
    flexing in one of the images, unflexed in the other
    I’d guess about 17%
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    143 lbs
    5ft 8in

    What's my body fat?
    16% ish
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    I’m 6’2 177, wondering if I could get an estimate.

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    Originally Posted by peterk1993 View Post
    I’m 6’2 177, wondering if I could get an estimate.

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    I’d guess 13%
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    Originally Posted by EiFit91 View Post
    I’d guess 13%
    Thanks so much!
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