For most people who are trying to lose weight, their weighing scales are extremely important. The numbers on the scales give them hints on whether they are really shedding off the extra pounds or not. But what if you don’t own one at home? Can you weigh yourself without a scale?
Yes, you can. And there are actually a lot of options for you to do that. For one, you can measure your water displacement in the tub. The process can be tricky if you’re doing it for the first time but once you get the hang of it, it’s actually not that hard. Take note that this option isn’t guaranteed to be accurate. Plus, it can seem absurd.
You can also attach known weights to a fulcrum or a seesaw. While this might sound something you can do, it may not always be that feasible. For example, if you weigh about 180 pounds, you’ll need about 20 full cans of paint. If you can buy that many cans of paint, then you can definitely afford to buy your own scale.
If those options aren’t feasible, you can find a place where you can weight yourself free. There are clinics, gyms, and health institutions you can go to. You can also try certain public restrooms that have coin-operated scales.