Hopping on the weighing scale three times a day is a common habit of those trying to shed kilos.
However, if you have just embarked on your weight loss journey then a weighing scale might not be an ideal way to track your progress.
Losing weight is much more than just dropping numbers on the scale. In fact, scale is better in helping you manage the weight, rather than losing it.
There are a lot of changes that take place in your body when you exercise daily and switch to healthy eating habits. These changes are a better parameter to track your weight loss and health goals.
Here are some other ways to track your progress without jumping on the weighing machine.
1. Use measuring tape
Go for the old-fashioned way to track your progress by measuring yourself with the help of a measuring tape. This can help to track accurately from where you are losing fat. In the beginning, you might not see changes in the number on the weighing scale. Measuring tape gives you the exact number and is the best option to track your progress if you are trying spot reduction or focus on some specific part of your body.