I am right there with Fit_Brian. . . I say Brad Pitt from Fight Club!
I have been in a lot of diffent moods throughout my life. I played college football and got as high as 230 pounds and 12 percent bodyfat. Then did a bodybuilding show getting down to 187 pounds and 3 percent bodyfat. And have been as high as 270 pounds and 24 percent bodyfat. So I guess I just want to have a healthy body and my favorite workout is going for a run.
Having gone though some major medical issues the last 4 years (multiple pulmonary embolism in both lungs 4 years ago and a stroke a year and a half ago) and the fact that I'm a picky eater, AND I have high cholesterol, I want to drop about 50 lbs. I have recently started doing some of the P90X workouts alternated with gym time, and walking (now that the time has changed). The end result would be to have low body fat and low BMI and to have all of my docs happy.
Fitness Minutes: (150)
9 3/27/11 3:30 A
I'm at about 260 right now, so my main goal is just shedding fat at this point. Once I get closer to my goal weight (180), I might start to focus on adding some muscle mass or toning.
Fitness Minutes: (80,607)
4,521 3/24/11 12:00 P
I'm 5'11" and 192. Looking to put a little more muscle definition and bring down the body fat percent.
I think I can maintain 180lbs lean mass or more, and my overall goal is to hover between 10 and 15% body fat. I'm hoping to make it to 18% this year, then get 15% next year.
I don't think I could look hyooge, and wouldn't want to. I'd be satisfied with lean and athletic anyway! But I definitely don't want to be thin-lean either. Lean with visible muscle mass is what I'm after.
Fitness Minutes: (25,247)
734 3/15/11 12:56 P
Don't care about weight all that much. I would like to weight 185, but all I really care about is being at 12% body fat or less. If I weigh 190, that's fine.
My primary goal is 210 for now. I've been getting a lot of compliments on the progress I've made so far but I can realistically get down to at least 190. When I first set out on this journey, I never believed that I could ever lose any weight.
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