What do you do when you want to make sure your diet (or workout program) is working?
How do you measure your progress?
How often do you step on the scales?
What prompts you to step on the scales?
Do you have dread or anxiety about weighing yourself?
Do you feel like you should weigh after having a “cheat meal” or eating too much over the weekend?
It’s the time of year when so many people are laser-focused on losing weight. People have set their goals and they’re working hard. Waking up early … exercising … meal prepping … eating “right”, eating healthy, cutting out sugar, staying on plan, doing a diet, however you want to say it. With all of this effort comes something else - the desire to see results!
We want to see all of our work pay off, right? So what do we do? What’s the primary way that we check in with our body to see if things are “working”? It’s that little machine that wields so much power - the SCALES. But is that the best choice? And can that little machine actually mess us up?
In today’s episode, I’ll explain . . .
How to know if you have an unhealthy relationship with the scales
The difference between hearing, knowing, and truly understanding
Surefire signs that the scales are sabotaging you
Why never weighing yourself might be just as bad of an idea as weighing yourself all the time
What’s at the heart of a dysfunctional relationship with the scales
Plus, some special weight loss motivation for anyone striving to improve their body this new year!