@WrCombs said in Fitness and Weightloss:
Weighed in at the doctor the other day at 154 lbs ( 5 pounds more than the last time I was there)
for being 5'8 my Dr. said that's an extremely healthy weight.
I've started talking with a Nutritionist - she's put me on a "diet" ( i use loosely.)
the only thing she's given me is Macro Goals - Macro-nutrients are Protiens , Carbs, and Fats
and my Goals are to hit a certain Number of grams per Macro a day. It doesn't matter what I eat (more or less) as long as I hit my Macros before I go to sleep at night, I'm good to go.
Been working out 3 days a week still , mostly at home work outs though ( pullups, push ups, ab works outs) I have yet to join a gym but that may happen.
My goal is to not add any weight and lose maybe 10 pounds and gain muscle.
I call it nutrition instead of diet, then people understand that you're not on a short term thing or a fad thing.
If you're gaining muscle, it's likely the scale won't change much for you... muscle weights a lot more than fat. The scale hasn't changed much for me in the past 6 months...