Back when I was still carrying a lot of extra weight, I thought that the scale was the end all, be all of being healthy. If I stood on the scale and the number was high, I was fat. If I could just get it low enough, I'd feel like I was thin. What rubbish.
Sure, the weight matters. But it's just one indicator of fitness and health. There are far better ways to determine if I'm moving in the right direction.
Action 387 - Celebrate A Non-Scale Victory.
This is the watch I bought to celebrate completing the Marine Corps Marathon.
See the wrist bone there? Yeah, that's because the watch keeps sliding down my arm. The watch used to fit snugly above the break of the wrist, but after the last couple of months of eating better and working out consistently, it feels too loose.
And I like it.