Our expert says:
Diet is really important. I'm already nervous that you're on a high protein low carb diet, because there's no evidence that this is "good". It might even be bad for you. If it's working, then fine, keep it going, but there's a lot of mythology about this.
My advice to you is actually to focus more on fitness than weight. This concept of an "ideal weight" being an exact number is also false. You don't have one exact ideal weight, its' a range, and more than likely, you're in that range. If that's true, then what you can still do is tone and change appearance, but not worry so much about the scale, because it really isn't that important.
So my advice is to work on a consistent exercise programme that makes you fitter. That means choosing a sport, it means gettnig on a plan, and then working towards that goal. I can't comment on either the eating or the training, because I don't know what they are apart from the general things. They sound OK in terms of training, but there's always more to be done. And diet is vital - I wouldn't say it's 80%. Perhaps the best way to describe it is 100% exercise, 100% diet, because if either is not right, results are difficult.
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