It’s fascinating how often you hear women talking about their weight – and how much anxiety is associated with what the bathroom scales say. Depending on what we’re trying to achieve, seeing extra or fewer kilos on the scales can prompt reactions of happiness and excitement, or frustration and disappointment.Read More
If there’s one thing that causes more unnecessary panic and stress with clients (esp those on the Zone 21 Challenge) it’s the damn on scale.
Women literally FREAKING OUT because the scale reads more today than it did yesterday.
Read our latest blog to find out HOW to do it properly!
Before you can decide when and how often you should weigh yourself, you first need to understand why your weight is simultaneously an important and useful measure of progress AND a confusing and deceptive number that often fails to tell you the whole story. Read on to find out what I mean…
If there’s one thing that causes more unnecessary panic and stress to cross my path, it’s the scales.
Clients literally FREAKING OUT because the scale reads one kilo more today than it did yesterday.
So today, I’m here to help you with some facts and a bit of advice.
#1 – that’s NORMAL. If you weigh yourself every day, you’re going to see fluctuations in weight throughout the week (mainly due to daily water fluctuations). That’s normal and to be expected especially being a woman.