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Jul 27th '20, 16:29 PM  
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Should I be concerned about my Weight Loss

Hi all,
I just looking for some advice on whether I should be concerned about my weight loss or not.

At the start of the year I decided I wanted to lose some weight. I am 6ft male 23 y/o, and weighed in at 83.7kg. I ate badly, and did no excercise, but play 30 mins of football and golf at the weekend.

I started running, and I am no able to run 10/15km easily, but now weight in at 72kg, 12% body fat. My body fat percentage started at 18.8%. My muscle percentage has also increased by 3% to 44%.

Whilst this does sound like a success story (which I hope it is), I just wanted to double check. Since our lockdown has been lifted, I run maybe once a week at max and do 5km and play golf perhaps 4 times a week, but I’m still losing weight, despite the fact I have been eating like a horse in hope to maintain my goal weight of 72.5kg.

Have I just kick started my metabolism? Has anyone else encountered the same thing where you can’t stop losing weight? Advice and stories are welcome!

Thank you all!

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