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  • Tracking Weight Loss the Right Way


    By Travis Steffen on Sunday, March 27, 2011in Weight Loss  

    Per a fantastic suggestion from a member, I’ve opted to break the Sunday Q&A up into separate videos. That way you can get answers to a specific question a little quicker, and our youtube and facebook users will be able to sort through things a little more easily.

    The first question was on setting a realistic and healthy goal weight factoring in weight, gender, lean body mass, etc.

    The next question was on why the scale is so deceptive and inaccurate when tracking your weight loss and/or muscle gaining progress.

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