Originally posted by Yanick
i see what your getting at now. Its more of an enlightened, philosophical thing.
But about muscle weighing more than fat...then bricks weigh more than feathers, but 50lbs of bricks=50lbs of feathers. So we go to high school science to explain this predicament.
Mass: A unified body of matter.
Volume: The amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object or region of space, expressed in cubic units.
Density: The mass per unit volume of a substance under specified conditions of pressure and temperature. (D=M/V)
Weight = Massx3.81 <---acceleration due to gravity if i still remember it correctly.
Muscle is denser than fat, not heavier.
You're thinking is correct, but your terminology is wrong, and i hate when people use words incorrectly. Like HIT'ers and intensity...INTENSITY IS % of 1RM, NOT HOW HARD YOUR WORKOUT WAS!
And, yes i am a nitpicky little biatch