One pound of muscle and one pound of fat
are NOT the same size.
If I place one pound of muscle on a scale and one pound of fat on a scale, they will both weigh one pound. The difference is in total volume.
One pound of muscle may appear to be the size of baseball; one pound of fat will be three times the size and look like a squiggly bowl of Jell-O.
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My personal comment: I know the odds that not ever pound that shows up on the scales and a minus is "fat" or "muscle" but could be fluid, etc, but in my mind - I know I am going to focus on this pic and hope for the best!