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While it’s recommended you have a general idea of your current weight regardless of your health goals, dieting and weight loss require you to weigh yourself more often. For example, The Beverly Hills Diet is insistent that you weigh yourself every day while The Beck Diet Solution, like many commercial programs, advises you to limit yourself to once weekly. So How Often Should You Weigh Yourself?

Well, the most common recommendations you see are to weigh yourself every day, once a week, or once a month. And when you take all of the above into account, you’ll see that each frequency has its. With rare exceptions, you should not weigh yourself more than once per day. Obsessing over a number on the scale can turn into a very problematic pattern that can disturb the peace and happiness in your life.

If you decide to weigh yourself, the scale should be a. At the start of the study, most of the women weighed themselves 5-6 times per week; that dropped to weigh-ins 4-5 days a week toward the study’s end. A.

How often you should weigh yourself depends on whether frequent weighing bolsters your resolve or undercuts your motivation. Your weight on the scale is only one factor in the weight loss experience. In some cases, waist circumference provides a more accurate assessment of your health. Heinberg recommends picking two days a week to weigh in — and be consistent.

Try to step on the scale at the same time of day, wearing the same amount of. Perhaps every day, perhaps every week, with the qualifier that the scale isn’t the only way to gauge whether you’re headed in the right direction. “Our philosophy here is that no one size fits all,” said Meridan Zerner, a dietitian, nutritionist and wellness coach at Cooper Clinic in Dallas. “You have to ask yourself, ‘Is this something that is setting my mood for the day?” And if it is, then you’re probably not a good candidate for daily weigh-ins, and you should weigh yourself once a. “A lot of research shows individuals who weigh weekly—if not more frequently, as much as daily—tend to do better in terms of initial weight loss and in terms of keeping weight off long-term,” says Gareth Dutton, PhD, an associate professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s School of Medicine.

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But, weigh yourself more than once a week so that you are not basing adjustments on a single weigh-in each week, which can have a good amount of error.

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It’s important to weigh yourself every day, but it’s even more important to track your weight (along with your body fat percentage and BMI) over time.

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In addition to tracking your total body weight over time, I suggest weighing yourself every few days at the same time of day, after your bowel movement in the morning and before you eat your first meal or drink any fluids.

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If you’re weighing yourself weekly and not daily, then on your weekly weigh day it might say, “I weighed myself once and exactly once today.

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In fact, a once-a-week (or once-every-other-week) weigh-in will be a much more reliable tool in monitoring your gain than a daily one (weight can fluctuate too much from day to day, depending on a number of factors — from what you’ve eaten, to how much of it has come out).

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The best time to weigh yourself on the weighing scales is when you get up in the morning.

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That said, you don’t want to become preoccupied with the scale or let it make you crazy (remember, there are lots of reasons why body weight fluctuates naturally); in general, you should weigh yourself no more than once a week and no less than once a month.

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So if you wish to weigh yourself daily, go ahead; just be sure not to take daily fluctuations too seriously, and do weigh yourself at the same time each day and in the same circumstances for accurate comparisons.

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But weigh yourself too, every few days, or at least once a week, and definitely after each 17 day Cycle.

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For the best accuracy, weigh yourself at the same time of day.

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  • I weigh myself daily. I had a rude awakening at a doctor visit many years ago. I knew I was too heavy but didn’t realize just how heavy I was. My current scale is solar powered and you have to step on it about three times to get an accurate weight. I plan to purchase this one. I’ve been thinking of getting a new one for awhile but unsure about which to get. I could stand to lose a few pounds, but the thought of gaining makes me very anxious. I don’t want that sort of surprise again! I am about thirty pounds lighter than I was at that rude awakening moment!

  • If you are someone who has a period just fyi your weight will be higher when your on it and maybe even like the day after. I’m not sure exactly why but don’t stress too much if you’re even like 4 pounds heavier that week. It might disappear in a couple days.

  • I thought I was mentally ready, but I clearly am notI wanted to try it out for at least a week. Today is the 5th day and I’m having a mental breakdown because of how slow my weightloss looks when I weight myself everyday. I’m going to finish the one week, ik its bad but I really wanted to give it a go. I’m on the verge of tears:)

  • I weigh every day. My scale right now isn’t reflecting my hard work at the moment. I believe it has to do with not accepting where I was as a healthy weight. Not being happy in my skin & chasing a number. It’s not the number, it should be how I feel.

  • it takes 5 seconds to weigh yourself, so why wouldn’t you. So long as you watch his sodium video, you won’t freak out over increase in weight. I used to get so discouraged, but now I understand. You really only ever gain or lose a fraction of a pound in a day, unless you did something completely extreme. So long as you weigh yourself at the same time, same clothes( or naked) and you didn’t binge with sodium the day before, your weight will not fluctuate more than a pound or two. It’s such great motivation for me to see when the number drops by a pound every 4-5 days or so.

  • i think weighing yourself everyday is very beneficial. I did have one time where I weighed myself in the morning and was around 185, then I drank a bunch of water and had a heavy meal and for some reason decided to weigh myself in that same day, I had gotten up to close to 195. I was so scared/shocked, but the next morning I was back to my baseline of 185. It’s very important to use the same time of day as your baseline.

  • If I weigh myself everyday, I go crazy.
    If I don’t, I go even crazier.
    So I just find it more comfortable to just do it everyday when I wake up. And now I’m just trying to not let it bother me when my weight goes up a few pounds because, you know, that’s life, and most of the time I follow my diet and I exercise everyday no matter what.

  • Every day. I have a Weight Watchers scale that gives me a different weight when I step off and on a few times. Once it weighs the same thing a couple of times, that is what I choose. This Eros scale might be the thing for Mother’s Day/birthday.:) I’m all about practical gifts too.:)

  • Dude you’re absolutely right! my mom keeps telling me not to weight myself every day but I weight myself once I wake up so if I love weight I just keep going or if I stay the same or put a bit on it makes me push harder!!!

  • I weigh myself everyday and then take a 7day avg. This will give you a more accurate measurement. There a lot factors that affect your weight. How much you drank that day or if had an elimination daily.

  • From an accountability standpoint, it helps so that you know you have that weigh in the morning and you can see how your body is reacting to certain foods.

  • I agree with you so long as it’s not when you’ve had an eating disorder and then are getting obsessed. Like you said when it makes or breaks their day, that’s not so healthy. I weigh first thing in the morning after going to the bathroom too. Also, before I get dressed. I use the HappyScale app, it tracks the fluctuations, it’s great. You can see what’s going on then. It’s a free app. People always make me feel like I’m obsessed for weighing daily, but this has made me feel better. I feel like I can really see what’s going on, and how what I’ve eaten affects my body. xxx

  • I weigh myself once a week or so in the morning right after I wake up and it helps me alot not to be so obsessed over numbers. I did weigh myself everyday or every 2 days before but even then it fluctuates alot so stopping that was one of the best decisions for my mental health tbh.

  • It is pretty crazy how much the scale fluctuates. Up 5 lbs down 6 in same day. Like wtf man! But I agree don’t obsess. Keep on grinding and you’ll see results. Down from 228 to 209 in 1.5 months.

  • Ain’t this the truth!! I binged on chips and processed food one day last week, and I woke up 5 lbs heavier the next day. It took a couple of days to go back to normal. I’m on board with the everyday weighing.

  • I want to thank you for this tip. It has helped me to maintain my weight after having lost 12 kilos. However, I don’t think one should weigh every day during the process of losing weight. I just think this tip is useful to help people maintain their weight.

  • I just want to say thank you again so much for your inspiration!! Every time I start having a freak out or start stressing I can always find the answers on your page! Such a motivation, thanks beast!!

  • Im doing intermittent fasting and i weigh my self everyday at the same time before i break my fast, i like to get feedback everyday, most days i lose weight, sometime i stay the same, and rarely i go up, (normally when i have a cheat day)

  • I weigh myself everyday and keep track of it and I also weigh myself throughout the day just to see how my body fluctuates but I do not keep track of this weight I just kind of like to see it to see what my body does after I eat food and it made me realize that I can gain 7 plus pounds from just one large meal but I also realize that none of this is fat and none of it stays on long-term like once I lost like two or three pounds just from going pee

  • I weight myself every day. Sometimes I’ll do it multiple times a day, after eating or drinking or fully clothed. Just to compare to naked and just waking up to observe how much of a difference there can be.

  • I weigh myself every day and I’m down just about 30 pounds. When I see the weight go down, I feel like it motivates me to keep going but at the same time if it doesn’t move or goes up then I feel more motivated to get it down. I look at it like a win-win

  • personally not for me BUT I see why you say it can help some people. I’m the type to get upset if my weight fluctuates day to day.

  • Hey… Do you still weigh yourself everyday after reaching your health goals? If you found what works for you as maintenance, can you do the weigh ins weekly or just once in a while?
    (Edit: caught a typo)

  • Depends on the person. Feel better weighing daily? Go for it. Feel better weighing once a week? Do it. Whatever frequency helps you reach your goals.

  • Completely agreed:-)
    I weigh myself naked after going to the bathroom every morning. I have learned a lot about how my body responds to the foods I eat, salt intake, etc.

  • You have an answer for all my questions! I’m on a journey myself, not huge, but too big for my liking and I’ve lost 10 pounds so far

  • I tried doing the hole every day thing it STRSSED TF outa me. I like doing it once a week that way I see my progress and see what gotta work on for the week it also helps me keep a constant gole

  • Been dieting for about a month now, weighing myself everyday. Honestly the 0.2 (or whatever) I end up losing gives me so much motivation that I’m not sure I would have stuck through for long as I have without doing it. Days I don’t lose or gain are kinda of a bummer, but honestly they just make me more motivated to hit it that day so the next’s will be lower.

  • ive started to lose weight a week ago and went from 72.8 kg to 69.5 and stil trying hope i can hold it hope that i can be 60 at the end of august

  • I weight myself twice a day (after getting up and before bed) to get an average weight for the day. I also take body measurements (around my belly, hips and arms) every now and then as well. At the same time I also make an effort to take notice of how my body is changing as I exercise more. These three ways of measuring progress has been great. I’m not seeing much change from the body measurements, but the weight on my scale has decreased. But at one point early on I didn’t eat the best and was suddenly back at my initial weight. But I knew my legs were stronger, there were more muscles there, so I can’t have gained back all the fat because then I would have to be even heavier. Now that I’m actually seeing progress I’m really motivated, and measuring myself so often has given me a real understanding of what affects the number on the scales.

    I keep it all in a spreadsheet with important dates highlighted (doctors visits, indications of when 4 weeks has gone by) and I have graphs that show the improvements. I put in all my measurements and my calories (importantly I add my calories even on “bad” days).

  • I like weighing myself every day as well.
    I find that by doing so it keep me motivated to see that number smaller by tomorrow.
    I at one point was cutting back on some weight and this made me happy every day and I felt like I was doing something right.
    I don’t have my scale anymore and this video reminds me that I should probably go get another one.

  • 2yr old video that i JUST came across… Why did I watch? Because I was curious as to your opinion. What did I learn? It’s EXACTLY what my opinion has been every time I’ve gone into “weight loss journey” (I air-quote that because I’ve done this a few different times now….I’m on my final “journey” now no more back and forth). Anyway, as always your content is very enjoyable regardless if it’s new or old.:)

  • I’ve lost 160 Pounds since February 2nd, 2017 From 330 to 170 Pounds… Yes, I look better, feel better and can eat and wear whatever I wish, but the best news was from my Dr. telling me that I’m no longer Diabetic, and no more high Blood pressure, and that I’m off ALL of my medication!!

  • I weigh myself daily because it keeps me accountable. I don’t freak out if I go up and down a bit. I expect it. As long as the trend is going down over time. I put the weight in an app and then see the line going down week by week.

    Otherwise I have a tendency to “allow” myself to eat anything I want.

  • I weigh myself everyday I have lost 50kgs already and I agree with you. It help me to see how my body reacts to certain foods etc.

  • i weight my self 3 times after waking up after coming back from work and after gym

    and what you are saing is completly right

    weighting your self too much give you too many infos that you will need on your journy

  • I completely disagree with you. If your reading this do not weight yourself everyday. It will upset you. Why bc you eat everyday and that makes you a bit heavy. Weight yourself once a week. Weight yourself in the morning without shoes once a week but please don’t do it everyday bc it will upset you I promise you ):!

  • I lost a good amount of weight and I used to be pretty chubby but I didn’t know when to stop and then I got pretty skinny and now I’m trying to gain muscle but I’m a little hesitant to start for good because I’m gonna need to gain weight to do that and I’m pretty paranoid about gaining all that weight back

  • I weigh daily also to see how good or bad I’m doing. I like the fancy scale and think I’ll get one. Maybe have a better relationship tee hee

  • I have found that my weight can vary pretty greatly within the same day. That’s why I don’t usually weigh myself. Does this happen to other people?

  • I starting just eating less and exercising more around 3 months ago, but I didn’t own a scale. I bought one after 3 months and weighed my self and I was 162 but I didn’t know how much I lost in three months. I was disappointed so I called up my doctor to tell me how much I weighed in my last appointment and I weighed 195! I lost over 30 pounds with out even trying to hard, nor caring much! I just followed what 02B said haha

  • Even though I plan on weighing myself once a week, I end up doing it every day. It can be discouraging at times to not see results but I got into a habit of doing it.

  • I have seen many young girls video on YouTube channel buy pahla genuinely you are far better from them,at this age also you looks very attractive and gorgeous,keep sharing your knowledge with us you Beautiful Woman ☺️God Bless.

  • I find weighing every day is great honestly, it’s really exciting every time it goes down a little, I just have to acknowledge it’s ok to gain a pound or so but it’s kind of fun honestly

  • I love your videos man! Do you have a scale that you would recommend? My current scale sucks haha! You’re one of the inspirations in starting my own weight loss channel down 30 lbs!!!

  • Pahla, I first have to let you know that during this season of being in a little bit more, some very exciting things have begun to happen to me! I lost about 40 pounds 10 years ago and I have kept it off! I am 56 as well and range anywhere between 132 and 134. I am baffled…how these scales know how much water you have in your body, how much body fat,… How earth does it do that? I wanted to tell you I did your 31 Day challenge, and I did it Every. Single. Day! ������������❤️❤️❤️I just feel this is been such a blessing in my life. I don’t think I have ever worked out every day in all of my 56 years! I am definitely going to continue with your workouts, but I’m actually looking for something that blends weight loss with toning certain areas, my thighs, hips, and the backs of my arms! Help!

  • I weigh myself daily. To me the scale is just another tool in my weight loss arsenal. Using the SparkPeople app I track food & exercise. So I can see calories in, calories out, macros etc. I play it like a game… When I get my numbers right, I lose weight (win the game). The daily weigh in helps me see how I am going. I don’t stress over the numbers, but having the info is helpful for me.

  • Just realize your a walking angel on this earth.. Cuz you saved a ton of lives from obesity, diabetes, or cardiac arrest with your videos. Keep continuing to be an inspiration to me and to all your followers.

  • Before I had surgery 2 months ago I was doing intense HIIT training and I was gaining muscle faster than I was losing fat and I was actually gaining wait, but in muscle. So, I stopped weighing myself everyday, and moved it to every Friday and and then to every other Friday. I also began measuring various parts of my body and had a set of clothes that fit me one way in the beginning and completely changed by my surgery date. I also took pictures of myself in these clothes every two weeks and difference really helped my confidence when the scale was going up instead of down. Note: wash the clothes you wear for the pictures every time after wearing them for those few minutes bc you do stretch them out. I agree w OTB, my weight due to training can fluctuate between 10 pounds from inflammation.

  • here is what i do: I have a day in a week (mine is wednesday) and every morning of wednesdays, (atleast in my case) I weigh my self, naked. I have a goal to lose 1kg per week. but don’t get me wrong I weigh myself everyday as well, just to see my progress. sometimes i weigh more than i weighed last week, but i try to loose it before wednesday comes..

  • i prefer once a week monday when i just woke up after going to the bathroom… every day will make you crazy cuz you dont eat evryday the same or crap everyday… 1 week you have to have lost weight one day not…. maybe do monday and tuesday for variabels

  • Down 150 pounds myself. Do it after using the bathroom every morning before you drink water or do anything else. That way I can see exactly what little variances in my diet (which stays pretty similar all week) does to you.

  • i like this thinking I only weigh once a month typically, but this is a really good weigh to track patterns in fluctuations. I am going to try this for a few months.

  • I weigh myself every morning. The weight is really consistent in the morning and if I ate healthy the day before, then it is almost always less.

  • I weigh everyday, but before making that decision I had to absolutely accept 100% that there would be fluctuations! So if it goes up slightly I don’t stress at all; I take an average out of 7 days, and as long as there is a loss (until I reach my goal weight, which is actually a range of 120 125), I am on track. But I need that every day accountability to keep me in check.

  • I weigh once a week. I definitely understand your thinking on everyday, but I just don’t feel it’s necessary for me. I have to add that the music in the background of this video is distracting since I’m so used to no music in your videos! HA!:)

  • I weigh myself every Monday, and I try not to weigh myself in between. I want to keep track of my progress without solely relying on the number on the scale. And thank you for the information on the scale. I’m checking it out now. If you haven’t gotten it already, it’s currently 50% off right now, plus you can use Pahla B.’s discount code! Win-win! The only downside is that I liked the look of your black scale, but right now it’s not available.:( Good thing I weigh myself after I bathe.

  • I weigh every day myself. Otherwise it is too hard weighing 1x a week. I feel I have more control if I weigh daily. I just ordered one so thanks for the code Pahla! I can’t wait to get mine! I have a Tanita body fat scale that measures hydration, body fat and bone mass but it does not account for if you are active or not Or all the other stuff. So I am super excited about this one. I love to analyze data and I think this will help me tremendously!

  • You are a very helpful generous lady. I’m starting out on your weight loss over 50. Today found it really interesting as I have never kept a record of what I eat ��. I will weigh everyday. Having to go slow with exercise due to injury and surgery. Some how over lockdown I have gained 1 stone �� and how ever much I exercise no weight comes off it’s all down to my diet. Really looking forward to losing weight ��

  • I watched this when I started my weight loss journey and I’m so happy I did. I started to weight myself everyday and now I know how my body works and how much weight can fluctuate from one day to another. Sometimes I feel people get discouraged when they weight themselves every week and see they gained 5 pounds (when that can be ANYTHING really and they in reality lost 10 pounds)

  • for me, checking my weight every single day has been a way to keep myself accountable. I had to get mentaly over the hard fluctuations I would see from one day to another, especially the ones that had a 6+ pound gain. On january 19, I was 290lbs. I weighed in at 229lbs yesterday. Gonna check it again today when I go to the gym ��

  • I really appreciate your input on weighing and your review. But I an very skeptical about such a machine being able to read all those metrics. Especially when doctors have to measure, pinch, do some CT scan, etc., etc., etc. If it’s that easy… I hope you post another video in a few weeks showing/telling how each metric is progressing. I am going to look at this device. I would be willing to weigh everyday, but I really don’t have a place to set it. Thanks for your time!

  • I usually weigh once a week at my TOPS group but it has been a while. I did replace the battery in my scale and weigh 3 or 4 times a week. I think I might try weighing myself every day for a while just to see if I can detach from the numbers. I like tracking them, and I miss my step counting watch.

  • I agree to weigh every day other wise I don’t stay accountable and also I learned a lot as to shit what did I do wrong today or right. It helps me learn so much!

  • The weighing has been to much stress for me. Due to past experiences. Since watching you I am now going to start weighing twice a month at first.

  • What great timing. My husband and I were just talking about getting a new scale. Ours is currently being held together by duct tape! We both weigh ourselves every day.

  • I’m weird. I actually weigh way less at 5pm then first thing in the morning. When I wake up I’m legit 5 pounds heavier then at 5pm. So I always weigh myself then.

  • I weigh once a month and avoid the scale during that time of the month (the week before and the actual week of menstruating) due to hormones and weight increase. Once a month keeps me on track.

  • Hi John! I’d like to thank you for this vídeo! You saved my efforts and my diet! I’m thin, 14% BF, 38 yrs old woman, now 53.1kg 168cm but i used to be 51-52kg and this weight gain due to Job transitioning was agrivating me so much that after trying myself every kind of diets without success even though working out 1h a day 6-7 days a week, I went to see a doctor. I was 54.6 kg at that time january 30th, 2018. The doctor asked me for some blood test and sent me to the next door where a dietitian prescribed me a balanced diet. I was coming from a crash very low carb diet with crazy cravings and huge binges every 2-3 days. Was terrified of carbs… Anyway, decided to give it a try and started to follow exactly the plan prescribed. Today I weighted myself (February 26th almost a month after) and was 53.1 kg but my weight fluctuates too much from one day to another and sometimes I’m at the start weight which was extremely disappointing and almost made me give up until I watched this video. As I track every single change and info I could make the weekly average you said and voilá! I could realize I lost around 200g per week and around 900g in 27 days. It is not too much but I came from a crazy diet that even the thought about carbs made me bloat as a balloon. Besides I’m almost 40 which slows down even more my metabolism and I’ve been being able to eat carbs (bread, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, beans, oat meal, ton of things I dream about in moderation) without cravings, without any binging…. Made peace with food!As you always say is everything about sustainability…. Thank you so much for teaching me how to track the weight loss when weight is fluctuating so much. One more kg and I’m done and happy! Slow and steady let’s keep going! Let you know as soon as I reach 52kg again. All the best! I’m your fan from Brazil! You are adorable!

  • I weigh every day, it is a love hate kind of thing. I have noticed quite a few things that affect my weight, salt, fatty foods, alcohol. So I know ahead of time if it will be up or down, but still hate seeing it up.

  • For many years I did not weigh in protest. Eventually I did not even own a scale. I reluctantly began weighing daily after starting Pahla’s workouts. I did not like it at first, but eventually came to look at it more as just data. I weigh and record. The thing I remember is that I am doing what I am supposed to do, so the scale is just information. It does not mean I am good or bad.

  • I weigh my self almost every day. I.m not the type to get upset about little fluctuations. Its just the way your body works when you are losing weight.
    It’s huge motivation to keep going when you see the pounds come off

  • If I weigh,myself everyday or once a week I would get discouraged. I weigh myself every 3 months and it keeps me going with what I am doing.

  • I weigh in everyday as well. At first i was against it but now i really find it useful. it provides me with feedback on how I’m doing on my weigh loss. There are times when i might say have a chocolate milk as a snack and I’ll see that it didn’t work so I’ll stop doing that. Sometimes i make small changes to my meal (i don’t count calories) and see if I’m still losing weight. So yeah i think it’s a good feedback tool to use.

  • I haphazardly have weighted myself most of my adult life. I ordered the scale because my sister did after she watched the video. I trusted Pahla and Wendy to make a good decision for me. My current scale was a 40th birthday gift from my husband. (Yes, we are still married!) It has no bells and whistles so I am excited to use this new technology. I liked the points that Pahla emphasizes about the company’s vision. I am glad to support that the of business. Yay! Cannot wait to get my new scale.

  • I’m maintaining a big loss, but I step on the scale about once a month. When I was losing weight one a week on the same day before eating worked great for me. I take my measurements and monitor how my non-stretchy clothes fit. It’s very satisfying not being addicted to the scale like I was in the past.

  • Nice review! If I was in the market for a scale I would get one. I currently have the Renpho scale which also measures 13 different data points. The only thing I dont like about it it the metabolic age part. it puts me at 66 and Im 63, lol. That’s because of what it thinks my BMI is. Llke you, I am above average with skeletal muscle, muscle mass, bone mass. The app operates the same way. I love all the data, lol. I weigh every day.

  • Paula, thank you for that marvelous review! My question about the scale is; I would like to purchase one for my hubby and myself but don’t want him to see my info. Is each user’s info private or can it be set to private? Thank you ☺️

  • your awesome and an inspiration for me to continue with the diet/workout routine ive started for myself. so far im 3.5 weeks in and im down to 259.7lbs from 274.5lbs

  • i weigh everyday. it helps me because i shoot for a lb a day and it keeps me from eating at night time knowing i weigh in the morning.

  • I love your videos! I have been using your Friday Fun Runs to train for the Army! I know the Army is going to be much tougher than your wonderful, honey sweet, voice, and personality… but my beginning as a Killer Bee is just my first step to being all I can Bee! Love your videos, and your attitude, and I look forward to keeping you on my running and fitness journey. ������