**FAT LOSS IS NOT LINEAR**
If you weigh yourself every hour, it’s more than likely you’re going to get a different number each time. -
Why? Because at any given time there are going to be numerous factors contributing to your weight such as:
*Bowels(if your stomach is full and your food hasn’t digested, you’re going to weigh more)
You could essentially be losing fat and not see progress on the scale. Your “weight” is actually a poor indicator of fat loss. BUT averaging your numbers over time is a much accurate picture.
This graph is an online client of mine demonstrating the exact reason why you have to trust the process and focus on the OVERALL TREND of what your weight is doing. -
As you can see there were peaks where his weight was up, and periods where it was down, but if you look closely, the trend is down which is exactly what we want.
Stay focused and committed to your plan. This will help maintain perspective throughout in regards to weight loss. You may not see progress daily, but over the course of weeks, months, and even years you’ll get what you’ve been working towards.