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06. Should You be Weighing Yourself?

by megan dahlman
May 22, 2019

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Should you be weighing yourself? the good & the bad of the bathroom scale

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Oh, the bathroom scale. This is big conversation, which might seem trivial at first. But there are countless women that are weighing themselves daily and have been for years, and not just for an objective source of data. 

In this episode, we're discussing what the scale is meant for and what it does well. You'll learn the details of everything it's measuring and explore other methods of assessment and measurement. But we're not going to leave it at just that. 

We're going to dig deep into our hearts as women to reveal what this bathroom platform does to us, our identity, and our worthiness. If you find yourself stepping on the scale constantly, you NEED this episode! 

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your questions answered!

At the end of the episode, I answer YOUR questions about food, fitness, and faith/lifestyle!

1. From Megan (32:39) - Any advice for someone that swings between being really disciplined during the week to too much "freedom" on the weekends? 

2. From Jessica (36:00) - Can you spot train? I'm always seeing exercises that target the triceps, biceps, glutes, etc. Do these actually work? 

Trainer, nutrition coach, and Christian mom — in a culture that’s obsessed with “gym-selfies” and a number on the scale, I’m passionate about helping moms discover what it feels like to actually love their bodies and thrive in them.
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