Is It Really the Number on the Scale?
I remember when Devon was pregnant with Colt two year ago. My weight climbed alongside hers.
And while the body comp measures showed it wasn’t fat gain, it didn’t matter. I got all the way up to 260 pounds, which is a bit on the heavier side for me.
My clothes became tight and fitting into a pair of pants was a process.
You know the feeling when:
-You reach up to grab something and your shirt lifts to show your midsection
-You feel like a stuffed sausage in your pants
-You just feel bloated and too big
Well, that’s what I felt at that time. I resolved to become more comfortable. And it just so happens that that would wind up equating to dropping 25 pounds on the scale.
At that point in my life, it was about feeling more comfortable. Don’t set out to lose weight, just to lose weight. What’s the point behind it?
Afterall, the number on the scale is just a lag indicator, it shouldn’t lead your efforts.
Think differently - Kyle Newell
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1- Check out this podcast I did on Resistance (any time you are trying to improve your life, you will face this!)
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