It’s almost assumed that you have to count calories and weigh yourself if you want to lose weight.
When someone sets off to try to lose weight one of the first things they do is figure out how many calories they need to eat. And then the first thing they do the next morning is weigh themselves.
It seams reasonable. If I do A, I should get B result. Right?
Over time, yes, but that number on the scale is more than just a number to people, and it affects how they approach their lifestyle change.
How Will I Know If I’ve Lost Weight If I Don’t Weigh Myself?
When I have people stash their scale out of site one of the first things they ask me is how they’ll know if they’ve lost weight. So I like to play a little game.
There are only two rules:
- For the next week you are not allowed to weigh yourself.
- A week from now you have to guess if your weight is higher or lower than it is today.
If you guess right you get 1 million dollars. Are you in?
Now, how will you… Continue Reading