NavymomT's Journal, 22 July 2016

I hope the scales at the gym do not match the ones here at work. According to the ones here, it says that i have gained 1/2 pound. If I have gained, I hope that it is muscle weight and not fat because I dont see how it can be fat. anyway we will see in about 30 minutes. If so, I am NOT a happy camper.

Diet Calendar Entry for 22 July 2016:
1098 kcal Fat: 79.67g | Prot: 62.37g | Carb: 53.52g.   Breakfast: Daisy 4% Small Curd Cottage Cheese, Mission Mexico Hass Avocado. Lunch: Mission Mexico Hass Avocado, Boar's Head Ovengold Roast Breast of Turkey - Skinless, Laura Lynn Low Moisture Part Skim String Cheese. Snacks/Other: Cauliflower, Lindt Excellence Extra Fine Dark Chocolate 85% Cocoa. more...
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well i guess i cant be mad. i didnt gain but i didnt lose either. same weight as last week. dont know if it is muscle weight or what. maybe next week. I know i have been under more stress this week than normal so i hit the machines at the gym extra hard trying to rid myself of the stress.  
22 Jul 16 by member: NavymomT
Good solution! Hang in there... 
22 Jul 16 by member: mskestrela
That small amount can also be caused by different clothing, if you don't wear exactly the same thing for every weigh in. Even something as minor as a different T-shirt can affect the scale measurement. And as we have discussed here, something the scale is simply perverse! (lol)In other words, you probably don't need to worry about a single weigh-in with just a 1/2 lb. difference unless it continues to be a trend. 
22 Jul 16 by member: pandasmom
no. i wear the same clothes when i weigh in. even my measurements went up. i really am not a happy camper now. 
22 Jul 16 by member: NavymomT
It's ok, moving forward, focus. Buckle down, work out hard....hey maybe your muscles are getting bigger? 
22 Jul 16 by member: XshapeshiftX
you got this, you know you are doing well 
22 Jul 16 by member: XshapeshiftX
Fear not and stay the course... 
22 Jul 16 by member: trackin64
I'm dreading the scale tomorrow too b/c of gym time. We need to measure ourselves instead :)  
22 Jul 16 by member: NinerMom91
It seems that you are doing a lot of hard work and it is very easy to put on .5 lbs just in water weight, even eating a mango, etc. The best way to really determine your healthy weight is by a fat % test and the best method is DEXA (Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry). http://dailyburn.com/life/health/how-to-measure-body-fat-percentage/ THe scale doesn't tell the complete truth when it comes to your body fat as it is only a number and the fat % is much more important as you mentioned you could be putting on muscle. See if your gym has something to determine your body fat% and maybe you can check it out on a more regular basis. Keep in mind that many body fat scales can be off up to 5%. Just a thought.  
22 Jul 16 by member: dragonwisdom

     
 

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