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Old 08-08-2011, 05:57 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
The more you lose the faster it goes down.

When you weigh 300 a 10 pound loss will result in a 3.33% bodyfat drop.
When you weigh 200 a 6.66 pound loss will result in a 3.33% bodyfat drop.

It's ratio driven, so the lighter you are, the more it reduces with each pound.
Yes this ^. its ratio's just as lifting progress. If you keep dropping the same amout each week. That amout lost to your new b/w is a larger %.

Think of it as a 200 lb bench press (fat lost each week).

If Steve, gasper and I do do the 200 lbs, its the same weight (fat loss each week) but my b/w to press ratio (new body weight) will smash Steves or G's (old bodyfat % )
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