Hey guys, do you see changes in the scale? I have been working out and following the plan to the dot but no changes in the scale. Any suggestions? Anyone else in the same situation? I am in the ‘cutting’ program, if this helps to answer my question. Thank

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Hey guys, do you see changes in the scale? I have been working out and following the plan to the dot but no changes in the scale. Any suggestions? Anyone else in the same situation? I am in the ‘cutting’ program, if this helps to answer my question. Thank you in advance!
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Friend, a pound is a pound no matter of what. Muscle does not weigh more than fat. Common statement we often hear, but false. It just takes up less mass so a pound of muscle is smaller than a pound of fat. Hence your statement about not seeing a scale change can be true, where someone can be smaller but weigh the same. Often happens to people when lifting weights. Your recommendation about measurement instead of scale is dead on.
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That can be good lose some bodyfat gain some muscle, mirror can sometimes be more accurate, difficult to judge as I do not no your history.

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Thank you. I hope that’s what it is. I feel good which is great but it is a bit disheartening to see that there are no changes.
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Almost two months in and in the same boat

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It’s better to take measurements than watch the scale. Muscle weighs more than fat, so it’s very possible to tone up, lose fat, gain muscle & not see the scale move much.
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