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    LYNZIJOY   29,357
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Saturday, March 09, 2013

I've been weighing myself obsessively...not good. The other day, I had to personal best's for dead lifts and military press, and was so excited until the next morning when I weighed myself and realized that my weight had gone up two pounds.
-Yes, I know it's just normal weight fluctuation and related to water, sodium, least the rational side of my brain knows that. The other side, however, wanted to cry.

I'm so tired of being a slave to my scale, thus, I'm not weighing myself until the end of the month!! Not stepping on that cold, thoughtless, confidence destroying slab o' steel until April 1st. I feel lighter already!

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LIV2RIDE 3/10/2013 11:03AM

    The scale is just a number. I've learned that it's more about how you feel than keeping track of the numbers. This comes from someone who weighed herself several times a day. It goes along with disordered eating as well. Toss the scale and go with how you feel.

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PRETTYPITHY 3/9/2013 11:40PM

    Good for you! If the scale is not a useful tool for you, then kick it to the curb! emoticon

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