Tuesday, January 24, 2006


muscle does NOT weigh more than fat!!!

I have heard the statement "Muscle weighs more than fat" about 17000 times in the past week. NOT TRUE. Which is heavier? A pound of feathers or a pound of bricks?? Neither they both weigh a pound! The same is true with muscle and fat. Now...when you workout, you build muscle and may not loose the fat right away. Your body has to get used to the new regiments that you are giving it. What's the difference? Muscle is leaner and more compact than fat. Thus your "weight" may go up in the beginning (due to the building of new/more muscle), but the girth of certain areas are actually going down, but that's only in the beginning.

Whew...ok...had to get that off of my chest.

Life in Lexington is rocking! Hanging out, working my business, occasionally talking to a certain soldier when he's not out on various missions.

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