Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Best Guidelines for a 10-Pound Weight Loss (part 2 of 2)

Purchase a Weighing Scale

You don’t have to buy those large weighing beams that they use on the hospitals. There are several kinds of digital weighing scales available on your local hardware and electronic store. This is an important step in any diet; how else can you monitor your progress if you don’t own a scale? Always remember to choose a brand that is known for its durability and accurateness.

You can either opt for a simple weighing scale that only has the basic ability to tell you how much you weight or something that has extra options like weight logging and comparison programs. The latter type of weighing scale is very helpful in telling you just how you are developing through the diet.

Make a Habit of Weighing Yourself Everyday

Once you bought a weighing scale, place it in your bedroom where you can easily access it after waking up. Most people only weight themselves once a week. Though this method is still effective, weighing yourself everyday can tell your daily progress. This is even more evident if you purchase a weighing scale that is accurate to the last detail. Always remember that a 180.8 is yesterday is different from 180.0. A weighing scale that can’t tell your accurate weight even to the last decimal is less useful.

Losing as low as .8 in your weight is significant because it shows you exactly how your diet is working. Keep in mind that the diet is only as good as its results. Try to find more guidelines for a 10-pound weight loss or be creative and make one. You don’t know how much they can help you achieve your goal.

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