Discovered something interested today after taking a bodyfat test - while my BMI is considered high at 27.8, my bodyfat is 29.9%, just inside the "normal" range for a female. I had always suspected this is the case, because even when I'm at my fittest I am bumping up against the high end of what is considered "normal" BMI.
I guess this is a good thing, but all of the articles I've read talk about the "skinny fat person" - someone with a low BMI and high bodyfat. I very rarely read about the opposite and am wondering if there are any more freaks out there like me. :)
BTW - I am looking to get to 25% bodyfat. I'm strength training 2-3 times a week plus doing cardio and about 85-90% Paleo (my only cheats off strict paleo are greek yogurt and fruit). Any ideas on how long it might take to get there? I know everyone is different, but are we talking weeks, months, or years?