So this may seem an odd question, but it seems to make some difference - I've had my scale a few years and it seems pretty accurate in that if I get off and get back on I get the same weight. If I use the restroom and get back on I'll have lost .6-1.0 pounds.
However if I stand leaning forward with my weight on my toes typically the registered weight goes up about a pound. If I stand centered, it's a pound lower.
Because I wasn't sure if this was an inaccuracy of the scale (so maybe leaning back was "cheating"), I've always leaned forward pretty hard assuming I would just get the highest possible weight and then I was definitely that weight, or lower.
But now I'm wondering - is this a standard thing across scales? Am I actually about a pound lighter and should be standing in the center? It's only a pound.. but I am curious.