ok... this is the thing. I'm about 6'5" ~ 6'6" (for some reason I get different measurements pending on the physical) and currently walking around at about 225. I fight/compete around 220 and am looking to drop down to fighting at 205 in the future (with a year or so, so this isn't an issue right now). My issue is this... I feel as though I cannot get lean. I train (this is an average) about 4 ~ 5 times a week consisting of about 5 rounds of sparring, 10 rounds of drilling, and a stomach work out comparable to the "P90x" routine... with one of those days being a combat conditioning day similar to "cross-fit". My week diet example consists of: 1- 4 boiled eggs, 2- steel oat bar, 3- package of tuna, 4- chicken, brown rice, cabbage, 5- chicken breast, 6- a bar consisting of carbs and protein ("energy bar"), 7- protein shake (25 g), 8- ribeye, broccoli, carrots, cauliflour week end (Sat, Sun, and sometimes Fri) I kind of lay off yesterday for example: 1- steel oat bar, 2- protein shake, 3- snack bar (cranberry granola w/ yogurt coating), 4- baked chicken, mexican rice, corn n zuccini mix, slice of cheese quesedilla, 5- corn chips and queso (whole bowl), 6- beef roast, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, corn bread, peach cobbler, ice cream, and a jack daniels and coke now... this issue I have is this... I can cut weight when need be (last Jiu jitsu tournament, I cut about 8 pounds in a day), but that's not the issue. I want to take my body fat percentage down to at MOST 10%. I haven't measured mine yet (will be doing that tomorrow), but if I had to guess, I'd say I'm somewhere between 16 ~ 20% right now. Am I not eating well enough? Are my cheat days killing me? Am I not getting enough activity? I just need some of you guys' expertise. And my trainer doesn't seem a bit worried about it, but I just don't like where my body is right now.