Good workout! 45 minutes cardio and 15 minutes weights. The extra time on cardio I added feels good so far. I've been doing mostly upper body weights so far (1 month in a row now!) and I do feel a lot better.
I've noticed that I'm walking faster and up steep hills with far less effort now too.
Tomorrow is Latin aerobics day! Thursday - Tuesday involves the last bit of travel for six weeks or so. Will do a lot of hiking while away so should be good on exercise.
for us! Thanks everyone for sharing the glories...
I don't even know how it works. So I'm entirely made up of fat and water?
First, remember that most tests for body fat % or notoriously inaccurate. They are useful to determine differences if you can consistently measure it, but I wouldn't count on them to be accurate.
To answer your question, the human body is about 55%-60% water, with fat being around 14% water. (Thanks wikipedia.) Women have higher body fat percentage requirements than guys, and normal is around 20%. (Consider that an estimate, that may be low for your body type.) If a woman wants to go significantly below that, she needs to be very careful about her diet if she wants to remain healthy.
Besides fat, the body also consists of bone and lean tissue. The idea of a healthy body transformation is to reduce fat while increasing muscle mass.