So on paper the trend has ended but there is a little wiggle room!
Let me explain – the manufactures error margin stated on the scales is greater than the difference between the red smoothed line and the blue measured line. -0.14 kg SZ
Also the reading was not able to be taken at the normal time.
But the real issue is not the one-off reading today but the ongoing trend in the readings on 12 13 and 14 combined with the reading today on the 15th.
So for me, The weight loser’, the trend line is important because it shows that everything I am doing, both in and very much out of my comfort zone is working. The effort is worth it in the long run. It is not always easy, comfortable or what I want to do. BUT, in order to achieve my goals I just have to keep doing it and not get fed up when there is a slight blip downwards, or worse, and more often the case, not to get cocky when all is going well. Not really much else I can say it’s a downhill slope that has a senseible as opposed to insane angle of descent that is sustainable over a long period because it is going to be a long long time before I reach my goal.
How many calories equals to one kilo? – Yahoo! Answers
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28 Feb 2008 – 1 kilogram = 2.20462262 pounds 1 pound = 3500 calories.
It takes about 7717 calories to equal 1 kilogram. Take care! :).
Here I am, with millions of others, on the weight loss roller coaster, dips, peaks, twists and turns. Sometimes it feels like you only have to look at a doughnut to put on weight.
On other days you can eat fish and chips and knickerbocker glories (an ice – cream sundae) all day long and lose weight, there is no apparent rhyme or reason to it – until that is you meet someone like Steve.
Steve brings all the power of modern technology to bear on the situation, “trends” he says, just watch the “trends”. Forget the daily figures (they just give you the data) for the trend. It is the trend that is most important.
If that is downwards you are losing weight overall and need not worry about the ups and downs of daily weighing. Take a look at the graph of the “data” and the graph of the data with a trend line added.
. . see the trend line v’s data post here . .
[ If you don’t want to weigh daily and really don’t want to constantly hop on and off the scale – then that’s great – “scales are for fish” after-all.
If you find yourself doing weight measurement frequently and cannot follow the “weigh in every two weeks” and ‘don’t stress about it in between’ philosophy it is worth remembering body weight is actually constantly changing. It may vary by several pounds or more from day to day or even during the same day without there being any significant “Real” weight change.
The theory behind the weigh each week or 2 weeks is that the trend will be seen not the daily variations. In practice this may NOT be the case – those 2 measurements 2 weeks or a week apart MAY be even more inaccurate and unhelpful in tracking the underlying trend in body fat change.
So do what works for you – there is very rarely only one correct solution or methodology to any of life’s more complex issues – did I forget to say everyone is unique and different in their own special way too. ]