Sunday, May 3, 2015

Sunday Weigh In

The scale was non committal today.  I have weighed myself 10 times and half the time it said I was the same, and half the time it said I had gained one pound.  Our scale is terribly inaccurate anyway, but Master decided to only give 1/2 tummy blows this week.  Or maybe just the one half a tummy blow and then nothing else.  Dumb scale. 

I walked or walk/jogged 19 miles this week, and was careful about my eating, though there was no serious deprivation.

At least I'm feeling fitter.

12 comments:

  1. Just a suggestion, but don't get too obsessed with weighing yourself all the time, how about instead of once a week, make it once a fortnight? take the pressure of a little.

    Your feeling fitter...and thats a good thing, although i have lost a lot of weight i am not that fit...i used to do yoga and found that really great for keeping the body supple....great for bondage positions lol

    x

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    1. I have done that too, been slacking off the last month, but did yoga more before that. I'm extremely not supple, but yoga does help improve it a little. I know I'm on the scale too much, but once a week is His schedule. However, on my own I'm on there every day or more. Too much, but it's sitting right there, I don't know why. I guess I'm a wee bit obsessed.

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  2. My subby, not having any weight goals set by me, is on the scale every day as well. I think, being on the scale will not make you loose weight. (no offense).

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    1. Oh I know that, otherwise I would have lost a ton by now (smile). Maybe I'll hide the thing, just make it a little less convenient. I'm thinking NOT being on the scale all the time won't make me lose weight either, it is all about eating less/exercise more, it is just very hard to do.

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    2. I may be out of line .. but maybe rules on minimum miles walked and maximum and balanced intake .. and longer term weight goals may have more effect ... Sounds to me, you are (starting to) hating the scale instead of loving the exercise ... no offense to your Master or you, just my 2 cts ...

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  3. If you walked 19 miles this past week, you gained a pound or more in muscle weight! Get off the scales. Most household scales are unreliable - off by as much as 2 or 3%, +/-.

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    1. See, that is what I'm hoping! My Master says he thinks look a bit trimmer, so yay muscle. I will try harder to ignore the scale- in fact I hid it in the bathroom cabinet this morning, to be less convenient. I didn't walk all weekend and I did miss it. We did some fence building instead, so were too tired for walking.

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    2. I don't think I posted miles here before, but the week before last week it was 17 miles and the week before that 21.

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    3. Mmmkay, unless you're part alien :), you've gained muscle weight! 57 miles and just fence mending, let alone building, will do that to ya!

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  4. I agree with @Dubs. Muscle weighs more than fat so the true test is how your clothes fit and how you feel. Scales can be deceiving! Eating healthy and daily cardio plus weights a few times a week are the key! Use a calorie counter like MyFitnessPal or something like that will help as well and keep you on track with healthy foods and intake.

    ~faithful

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  5. It's funny, sorta, Daddy goes to the doctor, comes home and adjusts the scale to reflect that weight. Then mouse gets on it and screams "what the fuck?!" because it makes her weigh eight pounds more! It's horrible because she's trying to reduce -- not a lot but it makes keeping tabs on her weight impossible.

    Hugs,
    mouse

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    1. That's rough! I think I would mentally subtract the 8lbs back off what the scale says.

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