I mentioned this challenge in my journal that I am doing with a couple of guys at my gym. It all started with me asking a guy who was about my height (6') what he weighed because he had the kind of upper-body size that I was hoping to attain. I thought I need to know how much he weighs so I would have some kind of target. He said 201, but that he was hoping to lose about 10 pounds and lower his body fat. That day, I weighed 181 and I thought we have the same goal, only we're approaching it from different sides. So we made the 191 by Feb. 1 Challenge. We weighed ourselves on the gym scale the following week and got another gym regular to join us. The original guy, I'll call him Joe, actually weighed 206# so he has 15 pounds to go. I (Mike) actually weighed 179# so I have 12 pounds to go. The third guy, Bud, weighed 204 so he's got 13 pounds to go. So, if this challenge makes sense to any of your goals, please join us. I know it is kind of specific and would probably only work for guys in the 5'10" to 6'3" range. Otherwise, it would be too much weight for a smaller guy to gain and would be too little weight for a bigger guy. Naturally, we will be doing this as cleanly as possible and taking our lifts and cardio up a notch. I plan to start a new 4-day split I found in the latest MET-Rx magazine that they give out at the gym. So, any takers? We can keep each other honest. If I succeed, this will be the most I have ever weighed in my life.