In todays My Thoughts Blog I wrote about big long term changes coming from small short term changes. This is a chart of my weight loss I weigh myself every day.
Disclaimer: As always I am interested in fat loss not weight loss and the scale isn't the best measurement as I could go keto and cut water, glycogen, muscle and waste causing weight loss and not have any of it be fat loss.
But I am interested in the trend of body fat loss and the scale is one way to see this.
It is important to see how many times the chart goes up and to see the trend down. I weigh myself naked every morning at the same time fasted as a constant. I have been doing the same program this entire time. The graph shows about two months. In that time I have lost a good amount of weight. If I had weighed myself and not stuck to the plan the spikes up would have been discouraging and made me quit. I'm not done yet but it is good to see the trend. This is a visual for other goals I have in my life some tangible and others more conceptual. Learning looks like this, consistency is the key. In this process I have made very small adjustments to the existing program to see what would happen. Tracking helps me to run mini tests within the bigger test to optimize the process and it's all happening in real time.
I hope that my wisdom and knowledge graph looks like this but trending up of coarse. That's the goal.
Rob Alexander is on a journey to learn not just about health but everything else.
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