Body Type: Standard
Height: 5′10″ (though my license says 6′ even, because I am still a growing boy)
Weight: 193.01 lbs (exactly the same as last week)
BMI: 27.7 (exactly the same as last week)
Fat %: 22.9% (that's 2.1% down from last week, the biggest shift yet!)
Fat Mass: 44.01 lbs (that's down 4.5 pounds! Huge!)
Those data in bold are fantastic! My weight is staying exactly the same, but fat conversion is happening at a great rate!
How much can I convert? Hard to say. Well, for me. Terry probably knows. His fancy scale tells me that my fat percentage should be somewhere between 11-22%. I'm almost at the high end of that range. Can I get to the middle? Maybe. Probably, even. But I think the low-end is an unrealistic goal for me. I've never been what you'd call svelt, so getting down to 11% will probably require sacrifices and commitments I'm not ready to make.
I still have a couple of more pounds of fat mass to shed before hitting in at the top end of the desirable range. It says I can go all the way down to 18.5 pounds of fat mass, but see my holy-shit-that-sounds-like-hard-work innuendo above.
This is going great. Here's a rundown of my consumption for the day:
- Breakfast of my go-to-standard and all-time favorite, a Dale's Pale Ale by Oskar Blues Brewery
- I tossed back a couple of a Pale Ale by Oak Creek Brewing Co. at Big Earl's BBQ with my good friend C.C. Chapman, in town as an invited speaker at Bolo 2011. Those were paired with a couple of tasty hotlinks!
- Dinner was a Nitro Cutthroat Porter by Odell Brewing Co and a fantastic brat from Citizen Public House
- I wrapped the day with an 8th Street Ale by Four Peaks Brewing Co. at Hotel Valley Ho Ballroom as we watched the Vaudeville show at Bolo 2011.
Tomorrow is tricky. I have an off-site client meeting all damned day long. I may have to smuggle a sausage and beer into the bathroom when no one is looking. Make your own jokes.
I'll tell you how it goes tomorrow.
1 - And by "nothing but", you can assume that I'm taking other liquids, like coffee, yerba mate and water. Nothing with sugar or calories, though. And if the sausage happens to be presented in it's natural habitat, like with sauerkraut or on a bed of peppers and onions, it's possible that some (many) of those will be consumed. But I leave off the side dishes. That's cheating.