|Use the Mirror - Not the Weight Scale
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Use the Mirror - Not the Weight Scale
Many bodybuilders, fitness athletes, and individuals looking to
lose weight rely too much on the weight scale and not enough on the
mirror to gauge their progress. Often they will look at themselves
and decide that a set number of pounds will be the ideal amount to
gain or lose. For example, a bodybuilder who is 160 pounds may want
to get his bodyweight up to 180 pounds before he feels he has
achieved his goals. But tell me - what is 20 pounds if it is
nothing more than 20 pounds of fat? That's right - not an awful
That said - use the mirror as a guide to gauge your progress - not
the weight scale! The mirror will better show you how your diet is
affecting your body composition than the weight scale. The weight
scale will just give you a number. Where 20 pounds is 20 pounds
regardless of whether you are gaining or losing fat or muscle. With
the mirror, you will know when to cut back on certain foods in your
diet (if you feel you are gaining fat weight too quickly), when to
add foods in your diet (if you are looking flat, this may be a
signal to increase certain foods in your diet), and most
importantly, when you have achieved your goals.
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