Forget the Scale, Improve Performance

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When tracking fitness, focus on performance results instead of the scale.

Losing weight is tough — especially because the scale doesn’t always tell the whole story. Since muscle is super-dense, it can take up less space, but weigh more than an equivalent amount of fat. To track fitness results, more qualitative measurements (like how your clothes fit or how many reps you can do at the weight bar) are often more accurate than numbers on a scale. READ MORE...

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