The scale is the easiest way to know if we gained or lost weight. The logic in this is very simple: you’re fat when you gained weight and you’re slimmer when you lost weight.
As weight is just a number, you don’t have to be a slave of your scale. Here are 20 photos that prove your weight is meaningless.
- You don’t have to lose a hundred pounds to see the difference.
- “Screw the scale, it legitimately means nothing. It has never reflected my healthiness or fitness at all.”
- Less fat, more muscle.
- The confidence says it all. I didn’t even notice the listed weight.
- Do what works for your body. Weight loss trends are not for everyone.
- Weight gain never looked this good.
- Heavier but fitter. No complaints here.
- We should stop giving the scale too much power over us.
- Pictures are more reliable than scale.
- “My body composition is completely different though I weigh eight pounds more now.”
- Same weight, new body.
- “Wanting to create a healthier life for myself that has been the backbone of my training.”
- Rules schedules.
- Stronger and happier. Isn’t that what we all wanted?
- “I started to care less about what I weighed, and more about how I felt.”
- What you see on the scale is not a true indicator of your health.
- Time to throw the scale.
- “One year ago, weight was everything. But honestly, my perspective is shifting.”
- You’ll be a happier person once you realize that weight is just a number.
- Your weight doesn’t matter.
With the above images, we can learn that losing two pounds is enough to see the results. And on the other hand, gaining weight means gaining muscles.
If you can be consistent with your workout and healthy eating, you can achieve the best version of yourself. But don’t forget that weight is not a good measurement of progress.