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Here’s Why Getting Fit Doesn’t Always Mean Losing Weight (26 pics)

Posted in NSFW   19 Mar 2018   / 5645 views

The Scale Doesn't Measure Sexy

For Anyone Fretting Over “Holiday Weight” This Is Your Reminder To Screw The F***ing Scale!

Nothing Quite Like A Reminder That Weight Can Be Deceiving, Age Means Nothing And Healthy Looks Different

Same Weight - Different Year And Shape

Pleaseeeeee Stop Getting Hung Up On The Number On The Stupid Scale! Please Stop Thinking Your Weight Equals Your Progress And For The Love Of Everything Please Stop Letting Yor Weight Have Any Affect Whatsoever On Your Self Esteem, Like I Used To

Stop Letting The Scale Determine Your Success - It’s Literally Just A Number!

Now This Is A Very Common Question I Always Get Asked. “How Much Weight Have You Lost Since The Start Of Your Fitness Journey?!” Uhmmmm. The Truth Is That I Have Stayed Almost The Exact Same Weight As When I Started

I Weighed Myself Today For The First Time In Forever...i’m Exactly The Same Weight As When I Started Last June!

Age 26, 5'8'', 137 Lbs. My Weight Has Stayed Constant Since I Began Lifting

This Is A Little Reminder That Number On The Scale Is Just Number. Your Weight Doesn’t Equal Your Progress!

Would You Care If Your Weight Stayed The Same, If Your Body Composition Completely Changed?

And This Is Why The Scale Should Not Be The Main Measurement Of Progress Or Health. The Scale Does Not Differentiate Between Muscle, Fat, Water, And Organs

I Get Asked All The Time "How Much Do You Weigh?"

Screw The Scale, Seriously.

Scales Versus Pictures

By The Scales Standards And My Old Way Of Thinking, I'm Failing At This Weightloss Thing.

It Was Never My Goal To Be Skinny

In Both Of These Pictures I’m The Exact Same Weight, Normally I Would Be Devastated And Feel Like I’ve Failed. One Of The Biggest Things I’ve Achieved On This Challenge Is To Ditch The Scales And Learn To Feel And See The Changes I’m Making To My Body

Guess What, Exactly The Same Weight In Both!

Some Things Change: 2014 And 2016

It's A Comparison Of Over A Year. This Transformation Could Be Done Within 3 Months

I Feel Like I Haven’t Posted A Transformation In A While, So Here You Go! Same Weight And Such A Difference

This Is My Proof That It's Not All About The Scale!

Don't Be Fooled Or Ruled By The Number On The Scale!!!


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becerto 10 month s ago MARK AS SPAM
For an equal volume, muscle mass weighs 5 times more than the fat mass