Staying steady as of late at 186lbs (84.54kgs) my first has been pretty consistent as of late, a lot of lean meats and veggies, trying to keep carbs somewhat down, I have actually stopped counting my macros and calories, and am trying to see if I can really stay intune with my body, creating a nice mind/muscle relationship. Only eating what my body is telling me it needs(which is why I that earlier post I went to town on sugar, apparently I was super low on carbs and sodium cuz I housed some Korean tacos in a rigorous amount of soy sauce) anyway, I'm up to about 8-9 feedings a day with roughly 5-6 actual meals. I try and taper my carb intake as the day progresses only really allowing my last big carb meal to be before the gym, and my last somewhat carb loaded meal be after the gym. Protein is definitely through roof though (I can tell cuz my gut is not being nice with the Bags ALL DAY) have definitely been keeping fats down as well, which has been nice. This is going on roughly 2 months of meal prepping and 2 a days. I've switched up my workouts a touch and toned down the intensity and have really tried to dial in strength, and really working on contraction at both eccentric an concentric peak of the movement. Again this has only been about mind and muscle relationship these last 2 weeks. I've noticed substantial strength increases in several lifts, and my endurance at previous weights really spike. My neck and right side have almost caught up strength wise to my left side, however still hindered by some wrist ligament issues as it tends to give out (dropped 75lb preacher bar on chest/stomach today during skull crushers lol). I think the most important thing though during all of this is the relationship I've created between my brain, muscles, and lungs/respiratory, as well as my gut. Throwing away the heavy weights and sloppy movements, shitty diet, and impatience, I've gained a new love for the process again. Each day has to be a victory, no matter what. Win lose or draw, it's about learning from the failures,and building off the victories. even the small ones. At the end of the night, can you look yourself in the eyes, and say I did my best.