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    I have been avoiding my scale like it's the devil. I had been over a month into my diet without a break until Christmas day. I then (like a fool) ate and didn't stop and overendulged myself from that wednesday for the next 12 days until the weekend after newyears. I could just feel myself swelling up! lol Back to 100% diet on the 5th of this month. I feel like I lost it all but I am avoiding the scale for two reasons:
    1 - if my weights still up it's gonna depress the hell out of me!!!
    2 - If it's down I will start believing I can get away with not being as strict.



    So am I being way way to anal about it or should I just jump on and see where the chips fall.
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    Well 2 things come to mind here:

    1) 12 cheat days in a row is a bit much...
    2) but who cares just put it behind you and move on. Your dwelling on it to much - who gives a rip what the scale says. Your way over thinking this don't let the scale rule your life your in this long term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMAX-HD View Post
    Well 2 things come to mind here:

    1) 12 cheat days in a row is a bit much...
    2) but who cares just put it behind you and move on. Your dwelling on it to much - who gives a rip what the scale says. Your way over thinking this don't let the scale rule your life your in this long term.
    3) Forget the scale, take some photos and use them to gauge your cutting progress.

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    The 12 days weren't supposed to happen but did. Now I am back on wagon and gotta make sure if I need a cheat meal or day I leave it at just that . got on scale this morning still 6lbs up. So another week and I will be back even. On the plus I look the same or a bit tighter even though I'm 6 lbs heavier.
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    Consider it a 12 day dirty bulk! Like you said...looks tighter even tho up 6 lbs. Mission accomplished!
    KEEP CALM AND CHIVE ON!!

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    I want the scale for damage control, as long as i've been working out also it isn't a big deal.
    Sometimes life gets in the way. I've been in Texas all week sitting in a class with baskets of chocolate spead across every table and catered lunches , also had donuts in the back of the room and living out of a motel.
    Did I blow it ? Of course. , it is just time to clean it up again is all and get back on track. The problem with beating yourself up over it is it is just to easy to throw in the towel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgd2305 View Post
    3) Forget the scale, take some photos and use them to gauge your cutting progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragman View Post
    I have been avoiding my scale like it's the devil. I had been over a month into my diet without a break until Christmas day. I then (like a fool) ate and didn't stop and overendulged myself from that wednesday for the next 12 days until the weekend after newyears. I could just feel myself swelling up! lol Back to 100% diet on the 5th of this month. I feel like I lost it all but I am avoiding the scale for two reasons:
    1 - if my weights still up it's gonna depress the hell out of me!!!
    2 - If it's down I will start believing I can get away with not being as strict.

    So am I being way way to anal about it or should I just jump on and see where the chips fall.
    Use a mirror not a scale, Bodyweight doesn't mean anything really! Once your satisfied how you look in the mirror then go to the scale to satisfy your mind!
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    I think when you use a scale you can easily control your weights. Because you know that how much weight you are gain or losing it. I also use scale on daily basis to control over my diet as well as weight.

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    I weigh myself daily and take the average weigh in for a week. Counting Macros/calories but not very strict on fats or carbs just making sure i get enough protein or calories
    "Put your time in"

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    I rarely weigh myself. I simply Guage on whether I feel fat, look fat, or don't have as much strength. No use in using the scale if you look good.

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    I am heavier now than I was 6 months ago but the clothes are still getting looser
    six months ago I was 6' 4", 230lb now 240-245
    I tend to let the scales get in my head simply because I dont want to go back where I was three years ago 290lbs

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    But you must need a proper diet plan to control on your weight. So you must use a scale for balancing your diets and to measure your body weight so that you can make your diet plan.

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    A lot of suggestion are here for purchasing a hanging scales. These kind of scales are easily available on every scale store with different features and functions . Some of these are also used as commercial scales in industries .

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    The mirror and pictures don't lie!
    Scale does not matter if what you see is pleasing you, keep at it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmiller198 View Post
    A lot of suggestion are here for purchasing a hanging scales. These kind of scales are easily available on every scale store with different features and functions . Some of these are also used as commercial scales in industries .
    Any one had more suggestions share here plz !

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    You must try one on Amazon or ebay because you can easily find a wide variety of hanging scales and other balance scales there at really cheap prices that you want with features that you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmiller198 View Post
    A lot of suggestion are here for purchasing a hanging scales. These kind of scales are easily available on every scale store with different features and functions . Some of these are also used as commercial scales in industries .
    I am using Tor Rey GRS-500 which i bought from ebay and there are also many other commercial scales which you can bought from ebay.
    Last edited by JacksonWill; September 12th, 2014 at 07:47 AM. Reason: Spelling mistake

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    I rarely change +- 5 lbs. But I look different when I eat right and workout better. I don't know why weight matters so much to some, it's not like someone is going to be picking up sometime soon

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