Just a couple of additional comments:
If you were to lose fat and go from 215 to 195, then put on additional muscle, you would put on additional pounds. So 195 might not be your ultimate goal. Really pointing out the importance of going by body fat % instead of weight.
Measuring BF is a whole topic in itself. I haven't kept up with the most recent literature on this, but based on a few years ago: the electrical methods to measure BF are not accurate because of the many variables that impact the reading that are hard to control. Underwater weighing is among the best, but only if the lab also measures your residual lung capacity instead of doing what I think most do, that is use tables to estimate it. Probably the best practical method is for an experienced person measuring skin folds with calipers.
If you do need to lose some fat and also want to gain additional muscle mass, there is some debate as to whether you do both simultaneously. My sense is that the further out of shape you are, the easier it is to do both simultaneously. But the closer you get to your "ideal" in terms of BF% and desired muscle mass, it does become harder, and many guys will concentrate on either cutting or bulking.
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