Why don't we feel our body weight

Weight or girth - what should I look out for when losing weight?

You want to lose weight. You stick to your training plan and it's going great. You will feel healthier - and fitter - than ever before. They are now even wearing a dress size or two smaller. But if you were to judge your success by the numbers on the scales alone, you wouldn't believe it. The number hasn't changed in months.

If we believed Hollywood movies, TV shows, and "Weight Loss Programs", that unchanged weight is a bad sign. It must mean that you are not working out hard enough. Your body has reached a limit and simply refuses to get any fitter and healthier.

Despite what the media suggests, says the number on the scales doesn't necessarily indicate anything about your health. Our weight is natural Fluctuations inferior to that of ours daily habits, hormone fluctuations and our hydration. Knowing how much you weigh is therefore useful and only to a certain extent even superfluousonce you've achieved a healthy BMI.

How you like your You can find out how to calculate your ideal weight here.

Weight or girth - that's what science says

As is so often the case, the explanation is provided by science. As your training progresses, your Body fat converted into muscle mass. Muscle, although physically smaller, is denser than fat and therefore weighs more. So if you do Lose fat and gain muscle mass, the number on the scales remains unchangedeven if you look slimmer and feel healthier than ever. You got stronger.

When you get to that point - at one healthy weightt that doesn't go down any further - it canr be counterproductive to lose more weight. Instead of losing fat, it will likely reduce the hard-earned muscle mass or water in the body - both things that your body needs that you don't want to lose.

So should we completely ignore the number on the scale?

Before you throw your scales out the window, however, we would like to remind you that your Weight is useful up to a point. Because if you do significantly overweight or obese and want to pursue a healthier lifestyle and lose weight fast is that Measuring your weight is a good indicator for your progress and shows you which exercises and meals work best for you based on the change in the number.

Only when you reach a healthy weight range do things change. But - and now it gets complicated - the fact that the number stops changing and once you reach a healthy weight you stop losing weight doesn't mean there is no more work to do.


Again, your scale isn't necessarily telling the whole truth. Also when you have reached a healthy weight, you may have too much body fat - this condition is described by doctors as "normal obesity " designated. Despite a normal BMI, this can lead to a number of health problems, such as Diabetes and high blood pressure

To get rid of this problem fat you need to get your Diversify training plan - and focus on it Girth instead of losing weight. Make your workout routine varied by incorporating squats, lunges and dumbbells and don't pay too much attention to the number on your scale. Instead, focus on how tight your clothes are, and measure the parts of the body that you are working onto get a clear picture of your progress.

The judgment…

If you want to get healthier, you should Pay attention to both the number on the scale and the one on the tape measure. But in general, don't let the numbers drive you crazy. Should you be overweight, focus on weight loss. However, the following applies here: losing weight quickly is rather counterproductive in the long term, as this usually triggers a yo-yo effect. If you hit a normal BMI but still have too much body fat, focus on your girth rather than your weight. It is certainly a balancing act - but with a varied training routine, a relaxed posture and sufficient motivation you can do it.

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