Scales: When and where do you weigh yourself?
Aside from the obvious, (I realize most scale aren't going to be perfectly calibrated and accurate, and the best time to get your true weight is first thing in the morning before consuming anything), how do you know which scale to trust?
I have a metric scale at home that reads 100g differences. I've been using it to measure every morning and every night as an experiment to track how much I'm losing overnight... Generally between 2-3 pounds. Weight this morning was 89.5kg/194.5lb
I hopped on the scale at the gym the other day and it teetered right on the edge of 200... Which seemed high, and the number I'm so diligently trying to break through in the next couple weeks.
So then which do you go by? Or is it just a matter of pick one scale and stick to it religiously?