Weight tracking at its best

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bkeadle

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Posted: 01 Dec 2013, 22:08
I started again with a trip to the Colorado Bod-Pod! It told me my lean from my fat which shows me what I need to feed more... MY LEAN!

Its a great way to start.
NCNOLE

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Posted: 02 Dec 2013, 06:17
I did that last year - I should have it rechecked to see my progress. It's good information.
bkeadle

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Posted: 02 Dec 2013, 12:39
what state are you in?
NCNOLE

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Posted: 02 Dec 2013, 13:15
Not in Colorado, but in North Carolina.
ClassicRocke...

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Posted: 02 Dec 2013, 21:49
I do my bodpod twice a year. Pretty amazing. Never comes close to what they estimate your BMI is when you fill out your age, height and weight online. They can't take into account muscle mass. That's what I'm looking for.



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