My BMI, Body Fat Percentage, and Lean Muscle Mass

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CrossFit Back Squats

I am investigating nutrition coaching. Mainly to form an eating plan for life. Secondly, to try to put the finishing touches on how I want my body to look like for life.

I had a preliminary meeting with Colorado Nutrition and has my body fat, lean muscle mass, and BMI assessed. It’s been a year since I’ve done this.

The results were surprising.

In the last year, I’ve gained 10 pounds, and I thought mostly in fat. However, it turns out my body fat percentage is only 11.3%. My BMI is 21.0. I only have 15.2 pounds of fat on my body.

Still, all of my fat is around my belly, and I don’t like how I look. I’m trying to figure this out, so I can enjoy all of my hard work instead of be so critical of how I look.

3 thoughts on “My BMI, Body Fat Percentage, and Lean Muscle Mass

  1. 11.3% is super low for a female, if you want, consider movements that build abs (i.e. weighted sit-ups). People often confuse core work with ab work. Abs are a series of muscles like anything else, if they are not developed, no amount of weight loss will show them if they are not (in developed terms) not there. The guys at Mind Pump Media have covered this topic a number of times. Worth a look-up/listen…also they have free guides too.

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