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February

4 Things That Happen When You Stop Weighing Yourself ❌ ❌ ❌

I’ve been training Galway women for 10 years now and you know what I see as the one of the biggest frustrations, if you’re trying to lose weight? WEIGHING YOURSELF.

Never have I come cross anything more de-moralising when it comes to weight loss!

Heres what’s going to happen when you stop weighing yourself:

The way you see yourself will change:

You will not judge yourself by your weight. And you may just view yourself in a positive light. You won’t use your weight as a stick to beat yourself with. You will be free.

You’ll be free of a burden:

When you see that you’ve lost weight on the scales, it can cause you to skip a workout and eat bad food. Equally, when you see you’re up a few pounds, your mood changes, and you may go into deprivation mood. EUGH. Get off that rollercoaster.

You’ll start to define your health by other things:

How well are you sleeping? Did you do great in that session? How good are you feeling? Aren’t your clothes feeling great!

You’ll like your body more:

You’ll view your body in . positive light. A healthy, beautiful, capable body

Jessica X

 

About the author 

Jessica Cooke

I love drinking coffee, and my favourite thing in life (apart from my family) is to empower women to lead fitter, healthier and happier lives. (oh, and also I love playing with my two Miniature Schnauzers, Buster and Ozzy)

I’ve coached more than 6,140 women over 14 years to lead fitter, healthier and happier lives.

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