I haven't stepped on the scales In about a year. Purely because I was obsessing about numbers and it was fucking with my head. I wasn't training correctly for my body, or eating correcting for my body. Even though I thought I was. Today I stepped on, weighing in at 73kg. I think I've lost maybe 2kg but my entire shape has changed. I've been obsessing over trying to get to the 65kg mark. I'm also 5"7. There was a period of a few years where training really hurt my body due to having breast reduction surgeries (3), Heart problems and knee issues and not being able to train effectively, not eating enough, eating too much blah blah. And the last year I've been putting in the work and and I've been listening to my body. I am feeling the leanest, the healthiest, the strongest in YEARS. I've tried and tested several training methods, working out what MY body responds well too. Working out the dominant parts of my body and adjusting workouts so I'm achieving the results I want and the desired shape i can achieve with my skeletal structure.
Girls, I'm all about finding some physique to follow and get inspiration from, but if it's comes at the cost of you obsessing over these girls on social media - who more than likely have a totally different genetic makeup than you, just quit it. Stop comparing yourself to them. Stop buying online "one plan fits all" programs and find a professional to tailor one to YOUR body and the results YOU want to achieve. Figure out WHY you want to achieve those goals. If it's just to look good then you won't stick to it and you'll develop unhealthy habits. Me personally is I see working out as a means out of the house since I work from home, I meet people, I see it as therapy and my aim is to be one strong woman. And lastly, get some discipline, love your body, respect it and be grateful you're able to workout and create a masterpiece with it.