Snapshot | Why Scales Are Bad

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Plus! Best App For Working Out With A Partner!

How is it possible that this is your pre-Thanksgiving Snapshot? Like, for reals!

There are so many beautiful things about this holiday, right? From the meaning behind it (gratitude) to the ridiculously delicious food! By the way, the list below is that of Americans’ fave Thanksgiving dishes…

  • Turkey
  • Stuffing
  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Cranberry Sauce

Let me know in the comments your #1 pick!

Did you know that the average amount of calories consumed – per person – on Thanksgiving is 4,500!? Yikes.

Well, lucky you because this week’s headlining chat is all about why you should never rely on a scale. Post holiday binge or not. So, girl, eat to your heart’s content (just remember to hydrate as it’ll actually curb some of the appetite) and enjoy! You’re welcome, in advance.


Health ChatHealth Chat – Why Scales Are Bad

Are you that person who obsesses over what the scale says? Maybe you weigh yourself daily, weekly, or worse… every few hours. Trust me, it happens. Not to mention, there are those who are the other extreme of obsessive and NEVER get on a scale. Fighting with the nurse during their annual physical checkup, “I’m not getting on that darn thing!

Basically, for the vast majority of us, our moods can be negatively impacted just because of that silly number staring back at you.

Well, I have good news! Scales are bloody inaccurate, dahling (she says in her best English accent).

While it’s ONE way to track progress, there are dozens of reasons — many of which I share in the following clip — as to why it’s dangerous to depend on that little machine collecting dust under your sink…

Remember, you are so much more than just a number! Celebrate who you are, flaws and all. And if you’re considering learning about your body and getting healthy from the inside out (what better time to do this than during the holidays… starting a new year feeling your best EVAH), then you must Sign Up for 131Method today! Next round begins on Monday, the 19th!


Fitness ChatFitness Chat – Best App For Working Out With A Partner

Of the many important factors included in living your healthiest life, regular exercise and quality time with friends easily rank at the top. Now, imagine combining the two! Seriously, there’s nothing better in keeping you accountable to showing up at the gym.

They [workout buddy] can play the role of teammate, co-coach and cheerleader — all while working out,” says Michelle P. Maidenberg, PhD.

For those of us who don’t have a gym partner, music often plays the role of motivator. You know, that sick Spotify playlist that fuels your drive like nobody’s business!

What if you could actually combine the two — workout buddy AND music? I’m talking you and your exercise partner sporting individual headphones while listening to the SAME tracks! Well, ummm, there’s an app for that. Like, obv. It has totally redefined how I workout with my girls. Check it out…


Thanks for being here!

Your next Snapshot arrives on Black Friday and – by oh boy – do I have a surprise waiting for you!

Get ready, ladies!

Have a blessed Thanksgiving and let’s stay in touch all week on Snap, mmmkay?





3 responses to “Snapshot | Why Scales Are Bad”

  1. Pod Squad Lifer here! I just needed to express how excited I am for those two little nuggets of information you shared with us on your latest “When Things Don’t Go According to Plan” Podcast! 😀 Thank you for being true to yourself and your beliefs. You are such an inspiration to me, I wish I could explain it eloquently, but nothing I write will ever express how much you have truly changed my life. From ChaLEAN Extreme, to Courageous Confidence Club, to your Podcasts, to 131! Thank you and I love you!

  2. Agree about the scales and body fat measurement being better but what’s the best way to track that? Many say caliper tests aren’t accurate nor are BF scales. I recently had a styku scan done and I honestly doubt that’s accurate either since it is just looking at girth and I have some big muscles. Any recommendations?

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