How often do you weigh in?

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tsanmiguel

Joined: Aug 07
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Posted: 30 Aug 2007, 10:40
Hey all,
I'm new here and just wondered how often you weigh in? I have the reminder set for once a week. Although I know I'll weigh myself everyday. I'm one of those obsessive weighers. Yesterday was my first day on the diet and although I didnt totally struggle Im a real snacker so that was a bit hard for me. I guess instead of chocolate I just need to eat those carrots or grapes. I am encouraged that I am 2 pounds down from yesterday morning. Anyways, glad I can join you all!!Very Happy

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cabawi

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Posted: 30 Aug 2007, 11:27
I'm terrible. I weigh myself in the morning and at night

GoPackers

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Posted: 30 Aug 2007, 12:21
My goal is to not weigh myself at all and go by my clothes and measurements. I am not quite there yet, mostly because I haven't hit my goal weight. So, for now I do my best to check the scale once or twice a week.
karin4u

Joined: Jul 07
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Posted: 30 Aug 2007, 22:27
I wish you luck with that, I am a slave to the scale. I weigh several times a day. Just to keep the number in front of me. I know that is not what you are supose to do but it works for me everyone is different. I do know that when the cloths size changes that is a big bust!!! You're doing great!!!
fattypatty

Joined: Aug 07
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Posted: 31 Aug 2007, 01:30
I have two scales. One is the "offical scale" that gives me body fat percentage. The other is the "old scale." I don't know how accurate it is, but I allow myself to weigh on that scale as much as I want with my clothes on. I only weigh on the offical scale once a week. I too am an obsessive weigher. The two scale thing allows me to feed my need to weigh, but I also know that it is not really my true weight. I record that weight once a week.
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STEPHMAHAN

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Posted: 01 Sep 2007, 14:20
i weigh myself every morning. it actually keeps me on track. if i gained weight i try harded eat better and exercise and i always lose it over the next 2 days. if i lost weight i know im doing things right.
snjgushue

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Posted: 02 Sep 2007, 08:52
I Usually weigh in once a week as soon as I get up and use bathroom and before I eat. I want THAT SCALE to be at LOWEST point it could possibly be!!
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Adhara

Joined: Aug 07
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Posted: 02 Sep 2007, 16:46
I am obsessed with my scale. Morning, middle of the day, after a good workwout. Its doesnt matter. I want to know if I have dropped an ounce or a pound. You may wonder if this is working for me. Yes and no. On good days its great. Its an awesome motivator...however, of those days where I've gained I know Ill have to work out longer, fast, and watch my intake.

On certain days....when Im stressed....nothing works. I eat and overeat. I used to be able to have stress and drop weight. Now that Im older, I think stress and I gain weight. Imagine that!

All is good I will continue to weight myself only because I like keeping track...I'm reading Fatsmash today and will be detoxing next week and look forward to loosing inches and weight along the way!

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