scales your advise pls

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  1. Moleymole

    Moleymole Nicki xxx

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    which have you got ? and do you rate them ?

    now that I'm nearly at goal I feel like I need to keep an eye on it more often xx
     
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  3. PhoenixsHonour

    PhoenixsHonour Full Member

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    I use a tanita body analyser set, which I think are pretty accurate weight wise at least. Any decent set will see you well, and consistency is more important that the number it displays
     
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    I got mine from Lloyds pharmacy , they were half price , I paid about £10 and they are brill . They work out BMI , and percentage fat etc .. and they weigh the same as my CDCs .
    Like Phoenix said consistancy is more important so as long as you use the same scales everytime you will know whats happening .. I dont know how you manage without .. I weigh twice a day and have from the start !!
     
  5. Moleymole

    Moleymole Nicki xxx

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    I never wanted to be obsessed with weighing myself.. I have only ever got weighed once a week - otherwise I tend to be on there all the time. But now that I need to maintain a bit more I really want to know that if I have a little carbs its not making me put half a stone on cos then I find myself obsessing about that doh ! If I could see it hadn't effected me it would put my mind at rest !

    I will have a look around and see if any offers on x
     
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    great things Gold Member

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  7. Moleymole

    Moleymole Nicki xxx

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    I think those are the kind I want - I am going for it with exercise big time after christmas as really need to tone all these wobbly bits - I'm pretty happy weight wise now - just want to get toned for the summer lol xx
     
  8. LovelyLauren

    LovelyLauren My husband = My hero

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    Just get Sam to pick you up every day, and if his back hurts one day loose a bit... and if not.. your fine! hehe xxxx
     
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    Moleymole Nicki xxx

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    love it :D:D

    he keeps picking me up anyway and chucking me around "just cos he can" ha ha x
     
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    LovelyLauren My husband = My hero

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    there u go - no need for scales lol!

    ahhh thats lovely! xxxx
     
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