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You should aim for 500-1kg per week, and realistically you will have weeks when you don't lose, or you lose less, so you will probably average 1-2kg per month. That's the recommended rate of weight loss to improve the chances of you keeping the weight off.
Having said that, it's not all about weight! You should do some measurements as well, because as you gain muscle and lose fat, you may in fact have weeks where you GAIN weight, because muscle weighs more! But it takes up less space, so your measurements will go down. Monthly measurements can be really motivating!
If I were you, I'd weigh in on ONE set of scales.. either gym or at home. Best is fortnightly/monthly, but I know most people have to do it weekly (I'm trying to wean down to fortnightly myself). Also do measurements monthly to check your progress. Best of luck!
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