I think my scale is screwed up...

aphex

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Is it humanly possible to lose 3lbs between the time i went to bed (2am) and the time i got up (8:30am)?
 

aphex

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Originally posted by: Aflac
Yep. Water loss, digestion, etc etc.

well i am on a diet, but my weight loss has been stagnant for 3-4 days....

didn't think i could lose that much in one night.
 

Ika

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I'm not sure where it all goes, but when I check the scale in the night and morning, I usually show at least 1-2 pounds of weight loss, sometimes more, sometimes less. I don't really get it.
 

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Originally posted by: aphex
Is it humanly possible to lose 3lbs between the time i went to bed (2am) and the time i got up (8:30am)?


You didnt lose any weight. You body weight will fluxuate depending on the time of the day. You weigh less in the morning and more at night. Some of the reasons for this is water weight and digestion. For example, first thing in the morning, I weigh around 193. At night, Im around 196.
 
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Did you sh!t your bed?

Originally posted by: krunchykrome
Originally posted by: aphex
Is it humanly possible to lose 3lbs between the time i went to bed (2am) and the time i got up (8:30am)?


You didnt lose any weight. You body weight will fluxuate depending on the time of the day. You weigh less in the morning and more at night. Some of the reasons for this is water weight and digestion. For example, first thing in the morning, I weigh around 193. At night, Im around 196.

So a wrestler should probably do his weigh-in in the morning?