What (not) the scales tell you …

 

… or why the number itself does not mean anything.

The scales! Ah, that scale – the “monster” for most women, and for so many men. The device that is capable for seconds to spoil or improve mood. The scales, however, do not tell you everything and should not be used as a basic and only reference for health, beauty, and tracking progress on the way to the desired figure.

Body weight is important when considering a variety of external factors such as how many kilos the elevator lasts, how much of the prescribed medicine to drink if it is based on body weight and the like.

Unfortunately, however, too many people still associate their sporting form and the idea of a good appearance with only the figure that shows the arrow on the scale in the bathroom.

More often women are affected who, under the influence of malicious councils in fashion magazines, where through stealthy stereotypes about “ideal looks” by some media, build the false notion that if they do not weigh a kilogram they will not be beautiful, there is no to feel good and even to be subject to ridicule if they do not fit into “ideal proportions” (such a thing does not exist, not all people can be put into a mold).

The culprit for this is also the so-called “Body Mass Index” or more commonly referred to as Body Mass Index (BMI). To calculate this index, it’s enough to know your height and weight. But when the necessary calculations are made, and when compared to the results listed, it may be that your index falls in the “normal” column, and you still have a belly. Or, your number is in the “off-norm” range, and you’re more athletic and healthier than ever.

This is because the index does not show the composition of the body – what part is muscle, what – fat, etc.

What cannot tell us the “friend” scales?

It is not possible for the scale to determine your sporting shape and appearance. It is important for active athletes who are preparing for a race for which they have to enter a particular category.

When you step on the scale, the arrow shows you a number and everything stops here. It does not show what it is like for him, which is more important – what part is fat, water or muscle mass, etc …

It cannot tell us whether the uploaded weight is from muscle or fat, and this is actually the determinant of how we feel about the appearance and the health.

WHAT IS ANOTHER THANKS WHAT CAN THE KANTAR?

YES, A LOT!

However, if we combine the scales with other methods to monitor body parameters, it fundamentally changes the situation.

To find out what’s behind your pounds, how much fat, water, muscle mass, and other indicators (a total of 9 metrics) you have is keeping an hour for free body measurement and analysis.

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