Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 2756
My hook grip has progressed pretty nicely, but nowhere near where I want it to be. I think I just need to hook grip fuckin everything to dead the nerves. I'm good for 365 dl hook grip before I can't take it anymore. Used to only be able to do 315 once or twice.
I'm not sure, maybe? The reading the day before was 174. Amazon description doesn't say anything about that.
I do think the scale reads 3-4 pounds low, if I'm assuming the scale at my gym is accurate.
Oh, you mean this? From the reviews:
By my testing the scale is accurate within my typical weight range and very repeatable but watch out for the "fake repeatability" that's typical of scales in this price range: If you step on the scale with a weight that's pretty close to the previous reading it'll give you the same number. Here's a simple test: weight yourself, then weight yourself again holding a half-pound can of food. The scale will show no change in weight. Now step on holding a gallon of water and the scale shows a seven pound weight gain. Step back on holding the can of food and the scale now registers that extra half pound. Put down the can and step on one last time - the scale will again show the weight as if you're still holding the can. I have no idea how long the scale "remembers" the last reading or how big a change it takes to force a new reading but if I want to make sure a small change in weight is accurately measured I make sure to step on extra-heavy or extra-light (put some of your weight on a nearby countertop) and -then- step back on with the weight I want to measure. Again, please note that this behavior is not specific to this scale; most in this price range will show a similar "repeatability" feature.