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Hi there Mike. Thanks for the answer.
I want a scale aroud 40 or 50 dollars. Maybe used.
I just want to make sure it is and stays acurate.
By the way, is it part of your expertise helping someone get over heel pain?
Thank you for replying directly to me - much appreciated.Here is the scale I strongly strongly recommend, its even less than 40 bucks. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001KXZ808?ie=UTF8&force-full-site=1&ref_=aw_bottom_links this company stands behind their product ONE HUNDRED percent. Awesome awesome company to deal with. The scale is lightyears ahead of the "cheap" walmart ones alot of people buy. The matching food scale(which will help in your weight loss goals) is equally as good if you need a food scale. I personally use one so I know exactly what I am eating. http://www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Precision-Digital-Kitchen-Silver/dp/B001N07KUE/ref=pd_sim_hpc_1above is the link for that. But the bodyweight scale is worth every penny, especially considering how junky walmart ones are for 20 dollars.Also, don't waste the money on a "bodyfat" scale ever - hydration status affects this tremendously because they use bioelectrical impedance(basically resistance of low current through tissue) but even a half pound of "good" water weight loss can give an odd number.Some things to consider for your weightloss goals - hydration. I know myself I can fluctuate up to 8 lbs a day(both up and down) if I am not good about drinking enough water. So one suggestion is to use the number as a guide BUT always make sure you are paying attention to the small changes in the mirror as time goes by. Because remember fat takes up 3 times the space as muscle does but muscle weighs ALOT more because its made up of 70+ percent water - another reason to maintain hydration.Also, just buy the scale new - let it settle in the bathroom for a day or so before using. You don't want to buy one of these used in case a person dropped or handled it carelessly during their ownership.If your heel pain is related to gait or something that is correctable by exercise I could help, but rules on JA say it has to be a separate question. You can post exercise questions in this same general category.Direct any of your questions to me by using the first line "For SpecialistMichael ONLY" this way its pointed right to me.Let me know if you need anything else. This category and the whole idea of changing a physique is very exciting to me to help people with.
Thanks, guys! I appreciate it.
Mike, does that scale stay accurate over time?
Do you have recommendations for me as far as dieting for weight loss or muscle gaining?