They changed their program to bring the facilities in line with the program's stated goals. They're allowed to do that.
And I don't buy that you don't care. Practically every post of yours has been raging about triggers and people who don't want to know what they weigh.
Would you like to discuss the topic of the post? Or continue to discuss ME? Because I'm not the topic of the post - No matter how much you want to talk about me lol I'm not really interested in debating ME, I'd like to debate whether or not it is sensical to remove a tool from a gym. You know - the topic of the original post...
I'm discussing what actually happened, which has nothing to do with triggers or people who don't want to know their weight or anything of the sort. If your concern is that certain athletes who wish to dehydrate themselves into a lower weight category, there's really no evidence that they have no way to monitor their progress.
As there is no evidence that anyone is harmed by the wellness program's decision, yes, I am absolutely questioning why you are reacting so strongly.
I'm also a person who uses the scale a lot at my gym and I'd be pissed if they took it away. They've got the good one with the weights and mine is a cheapo Target special at home and theirs is more accurate. So I guess I put myself in the position of someone at that school who uses the scale. Isn't that what people do when they read an article? They think about how it would apply to their own life and then make a decision on how they feel about it?
Why are you so upset that I have an opinion?
They did say they are encouraging people to use things like body measurements.
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