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Old 03-30-2007, 12:45 PM   #16  
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Remember-- if you're working out, chances are you're gaining muscle, too-- so that scale may say you've lost 10 or 15lbs, but you may not be down a size as you build muscule-- at least that's my theory !
It's actually sort of the reverse of that--if you're gaining muscle, you may not see the scale go down much, but you will likely notice a change in size faster because a pound of muscle takes up less space in your body than a pound of fat, so by losing, say, 5 pounds of fat but gaining 5 pounds of muscle, you will be smaller, but the scale will stay the same.

Couldn't they find a way to make it all so much easier than this?
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Old 03-30-2007, 01:19 PM   #17  
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LOL-- that's totally what I meant--maybe I need another cup of coffee- cause HELLO-- it's SO friday.
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