@Sterling, thanks a lot! I might be bugging you in the future for further assistance. I believe at the moment I must be eating at a calorie deficit but I've been thinking of buying a food scale just to be sure and to get more accurate fitday numbers. I've inputed a regular day's worth of food, sometimes over estimating and have gotten under 1800 calories but like you said I won't truly know unless I measure.
Any reason why I shouldn't lift then sprint? I do it for time-saving purposes, and because I only exercise when I'm at school and can use their facilities, every other day I'm usually working. I can sprint outside though, I've just read it's beneficial to follow up weights with "cardio" for weight loss.
@PookDo, I guess that's subjective. My interpretation of "seriously lean" for a male is a BF in either the lower teens or high single digits (8%) and having very little visible fat. My ulterior motive for achieving this goal is to fight for my Muay Thai gym, or to put myself close enough to that goal before I begin fight training. I've got the skills, but I've always struggled to make weight, now that I've found a healthy way to do it, I want to push myself. The ring isn't going anywhere so I want to do it safe and responsibly, no shortcuts, but I made this thread to capitalize on a good thing and accelerate the process if possible and prudent.
I used to seriously post here, now I prefer to troll.