Stats: 5'8", 152lb (+ 0lb.................) Squat: 3x10 @ 170lb Sumo Deadlift: 1x10 @ 215lb, 1x5 @ 215lb (Felt regretful for doing a second set midset and stopped lol) Bench Press: Warmup 1x5 @ 85lb, 3x10 @ 140lb Weighted Pullups: Warmup BW x 5, 2x10 @ Belt + 32.5lb E-Z Bar Concentration Curls: 1x15 @ Bar (weight unknown) + 30lb Elliptical: About 10 minutes at a moderate resistance. ___________________________________________________ The gym scale says I'm the same weight I was last week... One of the front desk people said people have complaining about it, but I came home and my scale says the same weight. I really don't understand this. I'm eating 3000 cals a day on workout days and 2700 cals a day on rest days. I'm not an uber active person because I'm in class all day on my ass, so how the fuck am I not gaining any weight from week to week if I'm eating this much and only 152lb? I know I'm not undercounting because a lot of what I eat has nutritional information, and even so, my calculated maintenance is about 2100 cals, and I can't imagine my workout burning more than 300 calories (like 150 from the 45-60 minutes of lifting and then 100-150 from 10 minutes of cardio). So 500 calories over maintenance should be about 2800-2900 on workout days and 2500-2600 on rest days (and my rest days are the days I'm on my ass for upwards of 12 hours). My fear is that if I up the cals anymore and then find out the scales have indeed been inaccurate, I'll have gained far too much over this cycle and will have to compensate by having to cut far sooner than I've planned.