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    Question, major falorie restriction, no weight loss?

    Hello everyone i figured id post this here where there are much more knowledgable individuals than myself. Ive been lifting for about 9 years consistently. Im 28. on this latest bulk i was doing i noticed my bf was rising. I got to the point where i had to risk hernia in order to flex enough to see abs. I decided to go on a mini cut and restricted calories by about 800 per day. I know it was aggressive but i was only planning on 2-3 weeks of cutting. My gyms scale was broken but i wasnt worried about weight. I saw my stomache drop alot of fat and my bf has come down quite a bit. Today makes 3 weeks and i stepped on the scale and no weight loss? How is this possible? Anyone have an idea? Thank you for your responses im just confused.
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    Keep weighing yourself each day so you can see an overall trend. The problem is that over such a short time scale it will be hard to tell what are changes in water weight and what was actual fat loss.

    BTW, better to post in the Nutrition forum, this one is very quiet.
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    Keep weighing yourself each day so you can see an overall trend. The problem is that over such a short time scale it will be hard to tell what are changes in water weight and what was actual fat loss.

    BTW, better to post in the Nutrition forum, this one is very quiet.
    Awesome thank you
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    How many hours in-between meals? Also what are your calories consisting of?
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