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What gets measured, gets improved.

Examples:

Speed.

Weight.

Lifting heavy things.

But lets talk about weight.

Ever lost weight just to gain it back?

Yeah, me too. (insert boxes of donuts)

As counter intuitive as it may sound, the individuals who weigh themselves daily are more likely to keep weight off.

They become more self aware of their food choices and daily movement habits when there is a daily reminder. And if they do see the scale creeping up and adjustments can be made before the gain escalates. WIN.

So, dust off that scale--it just may the key you've been looking for.

Food for thought (pun definitely intended.)

Note: if you have a history of disordered eating or an eating disorder, please use your best judgement or seek a professional opinion before taking this advice.

Reference:

Consistent Self‐monitoring of Weight: A Key Component of Successful Weight Loss Maintenance

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Stay consistent.

Trust the process.

#keepshowingup

Sarah

sarah@run-fearless.com

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