I feel like I’m finally hitting my range-of-motion stride again. Lower-body workouts remain exhausting and leave me out of breath; I drink a glass of chlorophyll-oxygenated water afterward. (I don’t think that this is a ‘normal’ response to the ROM; in the past couple of years, it seems that I’ve developed a fierce allergic reaction to North Carolina pollen. At its worst, I have difficulty breathing in general.) But I feel a better overall sense of well-being, like my body is finally coming into its own. Here are my bodyfat stats this week:
- Overall weight: 259
- Bodyfat: 31.9%
- Muscle: 30.9%
- Visceral: 12
Isn’t it interesting how ‘weight’ – such a general term – can be unmoved, but things like fat and muscle can reverse themselves? It’s these small, gradual indicators that are the most encouraging – they are signs of lasting change.
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