Can't keep fat off


I’m starting to get really stressed out. For over 6 months now, I’ve been intermittent fasting, only eating between 5-830pm. Despite this, I’ve gone from my usual weight of 150lb up to 180lbs. I do heavy weightlifting 4 times a week and definitely don’t eat more calories than I did before this diet.

There’s lots of fat built up in my love handles, ass, and chest. Everything is very loose and sort of saggy.



I went from 160 to 260 without changing anything…water filled like tissue on upper torso as well read my blog…



Have you found anything that helps?



Nope…I’ve tried everything…I got help with mental sides through self experimentation but creepy physical stuff stays…



Same I used to look brolic prior to my crash I was 170lb 8% body fat now I’m 190lb mostly body fat, love handles, puffy face, stomach fat and gyno, gym does nothing for me



What’s your diet like, just wondering.



check vitamin D

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Testoserone not working correctly in the body anymore…Not just dht but testosterone as well hence all the muscle problems and break down plus weakness which I have all these symptoms now as well in addition to the terrible weight gain and odd tissue changes…Whatever the reason or cause its not working as before…



Thought this was a good visualisation to your response @holyhead



I also am having this problem. My weight before I crashed was 165. Got close to 190. Now with strict diet and exercise 4 times a week i’m down to 180. Workouts include heavy lifting squats deadlifts and bench, all compound lifts no isolation like curls. And intense cardio like sprints and heavy bag work.

I have to say I think I’m improving. My girlfriend commented my balls felt bigger. Didn’t think anything of it but a few days ago was scratching myself and realized she’s right they’re a lot bigger. So I imagine it’s no coincidence. I had my total test checked prior to starting my diet and exercising and it looked normal 622…forget the units they measure in.

Keep us posted on how you’re doing

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This pumps me up. I used to be into lifting/running until my crash. Good to know gains can be made.