How do you weigh in?

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TheOrangeDog

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Posted: 25 Feb 2013, 20:06
I am using my Wii scale and Wii fit program to record my weight. Does anyone else do this? It seems consistent enough although sometimes it seems to give bad results. Is it accurately recording my weight?
iulani

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Posted: 22 Mar 2013, 08:43
Hello, I am fellow Montanan! I bought a good digital scale and use it once or twice a week. It cost me about 30$ and was well worth it. It is very accurate. The body can jump up 2-3 pounds in a day and leave you freaked out, and yet to lose, it seems excruciatingly slow sometimes! I figure as long as the scale is going downward, we are heading in the right direction! Good Luck! Judy (iulani)
Kathy Vanish

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Posted: 22 Mar 2013, 21:36
I have used both a Wii and digital scale and feel they are both off at times (lol). Good luck.
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