I'm a fatty!

Friday, August 28, 2009

I just took an at home fat test to measure how much of your body is fat and how much is muscle. The good news, I have 142.3 pounds of lean muscle. (Woo hoo for me!) The bad news, I have 71.7 pounds of fat. Yikes! Well, my goal has been to get down to 150, so I guess I'm not that surprised. (I was at 214 yesterday when I weight myself at a friends house. That is not an official weigh in, though.)

I am over one third made up of fat. (33.5%!) I guess that's why I float when I'm in the pool. (Tee hee!)

If you are interested in taking the test, click here
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    Ohhhh MAN!!! I'm 54% fat! I have 117 pounds of raw, jiggling, blubbery, repulsive fat! Arrrggghhh!

    Thanks for the website (sigh) what an eye openeer! My problem is, that I wasn't always fat so it's hard to see myself fat even when I'm donning my tent, I mean my cloths!

    Hugs~Dusty emoticon here's my photo
    4352 days ago
    Thanks for sharing this test! I also took the test and will continue to take it every month to help track my progress.
    4355 days ago
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    You have 31% body fat.

    You have 59.5 Pounds of fat and 132.5 Pounds of lean (muscle, bone, body water).

    not bad seeing as my goal weight is 132
    4356 days ago
    Thanks for the website link. I have 27% body fat.
    4356 days ago
    This is great. Thank you for this. It's an excellent self-help website.
    4356 days ago
    It's always good to have a starting point. Take some pictures, get out the tape measure, take some measurements. Now you have a starting point that will show just how much progress you make each day/week/month/year. You have all the tools in SP that you need. You can make it to 150!

    4356 days ago
    Thanks for sharing the link! Your dropping the fat, so nothing to worry about, you got this!
    4356 days ago
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