Before I explain, I want you to take a look at the short clip below, and then pay attention to the picture on your right. Don't worry it will all become clear in a second.
So what is the point I'm trying to stick you with?
1) I rarely weigh myself, and I don't take my body fat measurements or my BMI (Body Mass Index).
For me these are not the most important indicators of health or performance.
Don't get me wrong, they have their place.
But I believe they are limited in what they can tell you when read in isolation or as a "definitive marker".
Context is key.
So according to this reading shown in the video, with a BMI of 28 I am overwieght and "losing 24kg would put me in the healthy range."
Now you can see why there are all kinds of wrong with that notion.
2) Let me also address the myth that you can't pack on decent muscle mass with a plant based diet.
I invite you to look at the picture on the right, taken shortly after my weigh in.
That's all I'm saying.
It's not difficult, just takes a little education and consistent action.
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