When you lose fat, your weight may stay the same or even increase, because muscle is denser than fat. Take body measurements to track your weight loss progress.
To obtain the most accurate body measurements, use a flexible, non-stretchable measuring tape and make sure the tape is level around your body.
Use a scale to determine your current weight, then take measurements of your neck, upper arm, forearm, chest, shoulders, hips, quad, calf, and wrist to determine your body fat percentage.
You can measure your weight-loss progress by comparing your measurements against the previous month, determining your body fat percentage, and calculating your pounds of muscle versus pounds of fat.
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