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      01-29-2021, 11:51 AM   #2811
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Originally Posted by mkoesel View Post
Yeah, that doesn't look anywhere near 40% body fat. Weird question, but how much do the implants weigh? Are they more dense than real ones? That could be throwing off the measurement.

Perhaps get a more detailed assessment, maybe something like this:

https://inbodyusa.com/general/what-is-body-composition/

Either way, be careful going too far down the "perfection" path because obviously it can cross the line over to unhealthy. Like I said earlier, especially as you age, it becomes more and more difficult to maintain.

That said, if you really want to continue aging as gracefully as possible, one strategy is to find a competitive fitness activity - I mean one where you are actually participating in competitions - and then train like a competitive athlete does. Of course, if you do this, you're going to look like an athlete too, which might not be exactly what you want. But you'll also be able to build up your physique in ways that someone who is not an "athlete" can't necessarily do in a healthy way, including extremely low body fat.
1.5 lbs each (3 lbs in addition to what I already was). I'd say they are more dense than a regular boob. They're silicone, the "gummy bear" implant. Most boobs, I'd say, are really squishy and flimsy, especially for a women in her thirties and a mother. So I've definitely made improvements there. Trying to preserve my youth as much as possible.

I dont know if this is considered competitive, but I like F45 where it's a group timed activity. I just want to lean out. I'm not going to bulk up because let's be honest it's very hard to do that AND maintain it as a female. My worst fear is letting myself go. I'm my hardest critic.
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