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Another super week of fat loss progress: down to 11.3% body fat.

Sunday, March 25, 2007 by  
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It’s Sunday, and time once again for my weekly measurements. It’s been another incredibly good week for me fat loss-wise! I’m down a couple more pounds this week (it’s actually more than that, but I’m holding some water this morning), and my body fat percentage (as measured using a 7-site pinch test with the FatTrack PRO Digital Body Fat Calipers from the JSF Amazon Mall) is down to 11.3%! Lisa and I did the measurements three times, and I used the highest of the three measurements for my “official” body fat percentage. The fat is really starting to come off my so-called “trouble spots” now! This past week I lost an half inch from my waist, a half inch from my hips and a quarter inch from my thighs.

Full disclosure time: I decided to have a cheat meal last night. Actually I made the choice early in the day, so it was not an “impulse” thing. I figure I’m a little past the halfway point of my cut, and after 3 months without a single bite of any food not on my meal plan a cheat meal was in order. The next few months of dieting are going to be very hardcore, and I’ve really been having bad cravings for the past few weeks. I think getting it out of my system was the right thing to do. I just had a few slices of pizza and – honestly – I didn’t really enjoy it that much. That will be my first and last cheat meal until I reach my goal of 6% body fat. I have to admit that I was feeling pretty guilty about it last night, but that’s just stupid. My cravings are gone now, and the next few months are going to be awesome!

Registration for the April 2007 “100 Challenge” is now underway! Your Official Challenge post must be made by 7:00 AM (EST) on April 1, 2007 if you plan to participate. To participate, you must be a member of the forum. If you are not a member, simply create a free account. For all the details, official rules and sample entry data, just head over to the April 2007 “100 Challenge” thread on the forum. If you are ready to work hard and want to challenge yourself in a fun and competitive environment, then please take part! If you decide to join the challenge, then you are expected to see it through to the end. No slackers!

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