To balance Samba's energy:
He goes for walks twice a day.
To keep him in shape & socialized:
He runs and plays in the park three times a week.
Samba (Schnauzer) and
Batucada his friend.
Do you rely on your weight to measure your progress towards your fitness goals?
When you're going to the gym, eating well, and taking steps to improve your health , it's normal to want to track your progress and see the results. You might think that weighing yourself is the best way to measure that progress, but that's not always the case.
There are a number of reasons why it's not a good idea to fixate on the number on the scale . One easily forgotten reason is that your weight only indicates your body mass index (BMI), not your body composition, which is the amount of muscle versus fat you have on your body. Your body composition makes a huge difference in what you look like even though it can't be measured by the scale.
To the scale, a pound is a pound. Muscle does not weigh more than fat — but it does take up less space on your body, which is why you might look leaner after building muscle even if your weight doesn't change.
To demonstrate that, many women have shared photos on social media that show how building muscle can make you look leaner, even if you don't see a change on the scale.
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