I've often noticed how concerned folks are with weight. Has this issue come up in your home or workplace? I would bet my life's savings that it has. There's just no avoiding it. The funny part is that individuals are more concerned about their weight than they are about how they truly look. The answers all lie in the weight scale. This little device will determine whether or not you feel good about your self today.
So hop on and see where the needle goes. Okay, I have to be the one to shout out that this is BOGUS! It's not about your weight, nor has it ever been about your weight. What truly matters is what you look like. Is there even one house in the United States that does not have a weight scale? If there is, I've never seen it. Maybe it belongs to some nature nut, who resides way out in the boonies and lives solely off the land.
Yeah, that's probably about right. As for the rest of us, we like to keep up with our poundage. Personally I weigh around 170. It can fluctuate a couple pounds either way of course. It all depends on whether I just ate or just got out of bed. Now, I definitely notice that the two females in my home, my wife and teenage daughter, like to weigh themselves on a digital weight scale each and every day. Why put yourself through this misery, I tell them. It's not how much you weigh; it's what your body looks like. Just take a gander at any female body builder. How much do you think they weigh? My guess is quite a bit.
Especially for a woman. This is due to all the muscle mass they possess. I certainly don't think they have much fat on those limbs. And that is the key! You don't want to have 30 percent body fat. This is unhealthy. You want muscle! So ditch the weight scale and start working out. A nice cardio and weight training regime will do the trick. Of course you can purchase virtually any variation of weight scale you please in this day and age. The clear ones at Sharper Image always catch my eye. Some folks like them because they also measure your body fat content.
This is a good thing to keep up with. On the other hand, don't obsess about body weight and weight scales. Work out and eat right. These are the important factors to being healthy and looking good.
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