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Erin Comollo
Erin Comollo
October 25, 2019 00:10

What body weight is the chart geared towards?

Andy Morgan
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Andy Morgan
October 25, 2019 08:20
Reply to  Erin Comollo

It’s for everyone. You’ll see the majority of it is based on body weight.

Craig
Craig
May 29, 2019 23:58

Hi Andy,
Just a quick question, do you see a slight trend up on Monday/Tuesday with your weight before dropping? I’ve come up 1.5 lbs since Sunday.

Thank you,
Craig

Andy Morgan
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Andy Morgan
May 30, 2019 10:15
Reply to  Craig

Fluctuations are common. The causes can be numerous and they don’t always happen with a clearly definable reason but:

1) A higher than usual fiber intake one day will cause more gut residue
2) A higher than usual salt intake one day can cause more water retention the following day(s) and thus a weight increase.
3) A higher than usual carb intake will cause more glycogen storage and thus a weight increase.

These will all drop over the coming days. Any sudden change won’t/can’t be muscle or fat gain/loss.

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