I'm usually around 2 pounds heavier at night than in the morning, for whatever reason (water, food weight, ??).
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261 8/20/09 5:32 P
Mine has fluctuated up to pounds from morning to night.
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8/20/09 5:30 P
Yeah, I prefer to only weigh in the morning too, but when I started with spark I was "weird" about food & weigh-ins.
So I'd weigh throughout the day ... least now I know not to stress over that TOM (I gain 3 lbs and need 300 more calories per day) and I know what weight I need to be to fit in my pants all the way through dinner ... so I weigh myself in the evenings to see if, after all the food and water is consumed, I can comfortably wear the same pants all day long.
If I had a scale I'd weigh myself every morning. But my floor is not even and I don't know if it would cause the scale to be off or not. So I weigh myself during my lunch break (usually) at work. Sometimes I forget but I always make sure it's before I eat my lunch. I don't want to add on the pounds I consumed.
Jan: 145 lbs Feb 1: 140 lbs March 1: 135 lbs
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481 8/20/09 2:08 P
I never weigh myself at night - seeing how much I "gain" during the day would either depress me or cause me to fall of the wagon...or both!
I'm saving my pennies and losing my pounds 'cause when I get to 115 I'm buying an iPod Touch.
When comparing morning that weight of that same night, it is almost always hirer. The most I have seen is about 6 pounds up. I could count the number of times the evening weight is actually lower on one hand, but it has happened. My morning weights are always lower then that of the previous evening. It drops anywhere from 0.4 to 4 pounds.
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8/19/09 6:46 P
I weigh about 5 lbs more when I go to bed than when I got up.
My record differential is 7 pounds. And I did not eat an extra 24,500 calories to get it!
6 pounds were gone the next morning. 2 pounds left the morning after that.
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