Should you weigh yourself every day? Learn why it’s a GREAT tool for weight loss!
Should you weigh yourself every day when trying to lose weight?
Many women ask what the best practice is when it comes to weighing yourself when on a diet. They wonder if it’s better to only weigh themselves once a week, or once a month or MAYBE just avoid the scale altogether.
SPOILER: Yes, you should weigh yourself every day. This podcast will answer the question should you weigh yourself every day AND explain why. I understand, I’m the woman who used to FEAR WEIGHING MYSELF for years!!
After you hear about my experience in weighing myself every day, you will be convinced that you should be weighing yourself every day too. I now look forward to weighing myself each morning. Weighing yourself daily, in addition to measuring yourself and taking progress photos– these are all tools that will help you track your progress when your naked eye will likely miss it.
Should you weigh yourself every day? Tune in and listen to this podcast all about why you should do it every day, sis. You’ll thank me in a few weeks after you’ve started doing it, I promise!
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