Charleston, SC (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Most women have a panic attack in the morning when the scale goes up by 2 to 3 pounds, sometimes more. It can be so bad that it brings into question all the exercise and good eating that have been taking place.
Taylor said, "it's so bad these days, that one of my clients said her day is good or bad depending directly on what the scale says in the morning."
But here’s the kicker, women’s weight can fluctuate a lot and that’s what Taylor highlighted in her newest post. The reasons go beyond just having a bad night and eating everything.
She talked about reasons that don’t get a lot of attention like:
Taylor says, “I really hate using the scale as a gauge for my clients success, but it’s necessary because that’s what they want to see go down. However, there are certain times when weight fluctuates a lot and it always knocks my clients down mentally. I hate seeing this happen and it’s so important for women to fully understand their bodies.”
The scale for most women can be a personal torture device with a great deal of women weighing in every morning before their day starts. Nothing good can come of that frequency of stepping on the scale. Taylor talks about understanding your body more so when you seen wild swings with your weight, you don’t panic and make the mistake of...
There is too much in women’s daily lives. They don’t need weight fluctuations to freak them out on top of it.
Taylor Ryan is a NASM certified trainer, Venice certified nutrition consultant, and multiple fitness business owner with her husband. She blogs daily at LiftingRevolution.com and trains clients online at Fit Women’s Weekly. This is all on top of her boot camp she runs out of Charleston, SC. She loves fitness and to write so check out her press page.