Worrying about weight in the long term vs measurement and mirror is the difference between reaching visible abs and looking like a twink or reaching while having preserved your gains and looking like chiseled marble. Losing weight is easy. You don't even need exercise. Losing weight while maintaining lean mass is hard, but the rewards are well worth it. Go on Piana keto. Eat carbs occasionally to replenish your strength. Nourish your body with quality food. Listen to what your body tells you and learn to distinguish between when it's telling you to eat because it needs something and when it's just a craving. Take BCAAs during your workout. Take creatine to help with your muscular endurance. Lift using a power bodybuilding method. Get a good mix of volume and intensity. Add cardio at a different time of day if you need it. Train well, eat well, rest well. I've lost nearly 30lbs since I left big boi season behind. I will likely return to it once I've reached a point where anabolic potential is at it's peak. But what's more impressive to me is that I have lost zero muscle mass. I've dropped from about 36% bf to 31% and from a 48 inch navel measurement to a 43. All in one month, with no downside except for a dip in strength and endurance while I continue to adapt.