10 minutes ago
Weight scales versus the mirror and clothes.
I think it's safe to say, that majority of us have probably heard and know, how scales dont really or shouldn't really matter when it comes to fat loss journey
Whilst the above is LARGELY TRUE, there are exceptions.
Below I'm going to try to explain where scales dont matter and where they do.
Let's start with 👉🏼where scales dont matter
If you see the pictures above( swipe ) , I weigh the same in all pictures. Left was before I had and right obviously many years later & my current pic
Yes! I weigh the same in both
In a situation like above, weight on the scales doesn't always matter. When you gain few kgs of muscle and drop fat at the same time, the way you look can often change dramatically but your scales might not show much or any change at all.
So, if you have only few kgs to lose, say below 10 or so, then try not to stress too much about the weight but focus on the ✅way you look and ✅your clothes fit. ——————————————————
SO WHERE ARE SCALES RELEVANT and can be a very powerful tool
Say for example you are 5.5 female in height, and you weigh 90kgs and you havent been below 80 kilos for nearly 15-20 years.
We all can agree, no matter how many inches she drops or muscle she puts on, she's NOT GOING TO LOOK lean 👉🏼staying at 90kgs
In situations like this weighing scales can be a very powerful and a relevant tool.🙌🏼
Imagine when she gets below 85kgs , how powerful & motivating it’ll be for her♥️
Remember, In any weight loss journey, there's always going to be fluctuations so don’t obsess too much.
JUST BE CONSISTENT 🙌🏼
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