inch vs lbs

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by piggly, 8 August 2014 Social URL.

  1. piggly

    piggly Full Member


    I was just wondering what everyone finds comes off easiest inches or lbs? What do people prefer to see the loss in their waist of their scales? Personally I love an inch loss!

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  3. Lizwhite29

    Lizwhite29 Gold Member

    This is a very good question. I'd say to start with it was weight but now I'm nearly at goal I'd say inches.

    Total loss on cambridge - 3 stone 1lb :)
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  4. piggly

    piggly Full Member

    I'm gonna focus o the inches they are what makes a smaller dress!
  5. Tiggemma

    Tiggemma Silver Member

    The lbs matter because that'll be your goal probably. But it feels so amazing when you're clothes are too big and you have to buy a smaller size!!!
  6. 10June2014

    10June2014 Full Member

    It's the pounds for me, the nearer I get to target, the more inches I've lost so the two go pretty much go hand in hand really anyway.

    It's nice losing the inches from my waistline, but losing the pounds does other things like having just the one chin without the baggy bit hanging underneath which of course aren't measurable, so jotting down pounds lost are what I look at and refer back to when I'm having an off day. :)
  7. Kiwichan

    Kiwichan Silver Member

    Lbs for me, I'm scales obsessed.
  8. piggly

    piggly Full Member

    Oh I have to admit. I'm a scale hogger too!
  9. Tiggemma

    Tiggemma Silver Member

    And lbs are easier to keep an eye on too!
  10. LizzRob

    LizzRob Gold Member

    I go for both because I'm greedy!

    I have lost about the same in inches as I have in pounds, and the inches help when you sts or only have 1lb loss as it keeps you motivated.

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