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Old 02-18-2007, 01:12 AM   #9
futuresurferchick
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Hey. I agree with ennay that the scale is not an absolute necessity. It's just a tool that is commonly used and if you are more comfortable using other ways to gauge how you're doing, then go for it. Taking measurements, feeling how well you fit into clothes, gauging fitness level.. all of these are totally reasonable ways to proceed. I do agree with the others that the scale helps to see "where you stand" but only because it gives a relatively concrete answer that can be graphed and tracked easily. It really means nothing.. it's just a representation.
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