Hey guys, I posted a thread recently but have decided to re-do it so apologies if you've seen some of this before. I have the classical dilemma: I want to reduce body fat % and keep/gain a bit more muscle. I am 39, 6ft 1 (186cm) and 85Kg with a BF% of about 18%. At the moment I go to the gym in the mornings, most days (split routines so sometimes go daily but isolate different muscle groups) and do cardio (tennis) 3-4x week after work. My typical diet includes:- Breakfast (pre-gym): Oats with skimmed milk or Weetabix or Wholemeal toast. Gym is usually 8-9am then protein shake. Lunch: Low fat cottage cheese, chicken breast, salad or occasionally low-fat high protein sandwich. Cardio at 5pm for one hour (usually aggressive tennis). Dinner: Salad with loads of protein, usually 2-3 chicken breasts or 2 tuna steaks, low carbs, lots of green veg. I drink alcohol, within moderation, but I know that is naughty. I drink loads of water. My main objective is to be more defined, not massive muscle gains but strip fat down. As now I am nearly 40, I have real trouble shifting the fat around my waist. The problem is if I diet or over-do cardio, I lose muscle mass. In the past, when I have had more definition and a flatter stomach, I tend to look a bit scrawny coz I am less bulky muscle-wise. I guess my main questions are:- 1. Is it OK to do gym in the morning and tennis after work? It is hard for me to do it the other way around. I know fasting cardio in the mornings is good but it messes around with my gym routine, or can I do both in the morning? 2. Any changes to my diet? Especially as my gym routine is first thing in the morning. 3. Why can't I shift the body fat % lower? It is doing my head in!!!! 4. I have never taken stuff, but should I try Clen, or just clean up my diet/routine more? 5. I have noticed that now I am almost 40, fat-shifting despite tennis/activity levels is becoming more difficult, should I be considering AAS, something mild such as Anavar? I have posted a photo for you to laugh at. Cheers!