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Making Progress

Today marks six weeks since I started on this personal challenge. My initial weigh-in was 102 KG (224Lbs) and on the scales this morning, I weighed in at 93.3KG (205Lbs), giving me 8.7KGs (19Lbs) of weight loss. I’m definitely very happy with this initial progress. The past six weeks have flown by in a breeze. I’ve maintained my Keto diet pretty strictly but have by no means felt like I’ve

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My First Dexascan

For those that don’t know, Dexa stands for Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. Its main use is to measure bone density but it also has the added benefit of being able to break down very specifically, your full body composition. You lay on this small metal bed (as below) and within 3-5 minutes, the machine x-rays you and provides you with the results. The results provide your full bone density and then a

My First MAF Test

Whilst I want to lose weight, I also want to gain fitness and better health. To monitor my fitness I’m carrying out a Maximum Aerobic Function (MAF) test, to begin with, along with a Vo2 test in a few weeks. The MAF test is a great test that can be carried out whenever to monitor progress. I have done one now, will do another in a week to confirm the

About Me

My name is Dan and I am a 32-year-old male living in Sydney, Australia. I’ve started this blog to give myself another level of accountability in my never-ending quest for body satisfaction. As a kid, I was always overweight. At school, I maxed out at 118kg (260lbs) by the time I was 16. This at a height of only 175cm. I never understood why I was fat but eventually, I