I have a kind of a dumb question to ask. I haven't lost much in the past few weeks even though I've been gaining muscle, working out, etc.
I worked out my arms and legs to the MAX for 3 days in a row last week due to the snow (i.e. carrying groceries, etc) and then walked another day in the week.
I took the rest of the week off since I was on TOM and holidays errands, etc. (Which is something I normally don't do... I usually exercise 5-6 days a week).
I'm almost done with TOM but I got on the scale this morning since last week I was at 202 lbs and so badly wanted to see if there was a slight change at all in my weight due to the fact it's New Year's Eve and I wanted to see if I was any dang closer to reaching Onderland
Here's the thing. I know you can GAIN 1-8 lbs of water weight due to TOM.
I'm almost over with it.
I went on the scale this morning and it read 197.8 lbs!
I was happy to see the change in the scale, lol. But how do I know if it's an accurate reading due to TOM?
Do I just pretend this isn't my real weight until I weigh myself next week monday or is this an accurate weight?
After a very slow weight loss the past few weeks, this would be an amazing 5 lb weight loss and I'd be FINALLY in ONDERLAND!
*a confused 3fatchickie*
Happy New Year's Eve everybody!!