Yet this is where the issue lies. If your goal is to burn fat, whilst increasing strength and tone, then chances are your actual weight will fluctuate as you do this. The reason why? Muscle takes up less space than fat, but it is much more dense, which means it weighs more!
You may be burning off fat, and toning and shaping your body just how you like it, yet the scales may reflect weight gain.
This is why we always recommend going by how you feel as opposed to what the scales say. If weight loss is your goal, then use other methods in conjunction with your scales, such as measuring tapes, or even better… Take photos to record your progress!
Remember you don’t always get what you wish for, but you will get what you work for!
Don't forget that reviews at Fitness In Time are included in your membership and here we can keep track of your progress, update your routine and help keep you motivated, so please book yours in today!
1Lb of Fat vs 1Lb of Muscle
Both weigh the same, but look at the difference!