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    Should weigh in day be the same?

    Hi all just a random question for you the way I am fasting (one off one on) each week my weigh in day will fall behind a different day so this week my weigh in day will be behind a fast day but the week after it will be behind an up day, I was just wondering if I should change my weigh in day weekly so it always falls behind a fast day?
    I worry if I don't see the results on the scales in week 2 it might just push me off

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    Diet: Every Other Day Diet
    Height: 5ft8in
    Start Date: 01/01/13 restart
    Start Weight: 16st1lb
    Current Weight: 13st4.8lb
    Goal Weight: 11st7lb
    Goal Date: When I get there.

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 34.2
    Current BMI: 28.4
    Goal BMI: 24.5

    Total Weight Loss: 2st10.2lb
    Weight to Lose: 1st11.8lb
    % Lost 16.98%
    I also fast every other day and weigh in after a down day so one week it will be a Friday and the next a Saturday. It doesn't matter whether it's after and UD or a DD as long as it's the same every week for consistency.

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    Height: 5ft4in
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    Start Weight: 13st8.5lb
    Current Weight: 12st8.5lb
    Goal Weight: 9st12lb

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 32.7
    Current BMI: 30.3
    Goal BMI: 23.7

    Total Weight Loss: 1st0lb
    Weight to Lose: 2st10.5lb
    % Lost 7.35%
    I also weigh after a down day. My up days can vary hugely, from 1400-3300 cals (!!!) But down days are always the same, so makes weigh in more consistent
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    Start weight: 13.8.5
    Jan:- 9.5lbs

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