You can use your weight range to tell when youíre pushing the upper boundaries of your ideal weight/waist with periodic checks using a measurement too-be it a tape measure around your waist, a scale, or hey how about a plastic waistband that you keep around your waist to alert you when youíre getting too big, like a large version of one of those Lance bracelets? Whatever your accountability tool, you should be checking it every Saturday around midday to keep yourself honest with your weight and waist class. Think of your body as a rubber band. Stretch it a little, and it can certainly snap back into shape. But once you stretch it too much, itís going to lose its shape and make it more difficult-if not impossible-to return to the original size.
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