Tracking your weight loss progress

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June 19, 2020

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Weight loss plays a huge part in weight management. However, the number you see on the scales highly depends on what you ate, how much water you drank, whether you have gone to the bathroom recently, and other factors. 

 

Moreover, since you see your body every day, you may not even notice some of the amazing changes it’s going through. To be more accurate, you should follow the given guidelines and use a measuring tape instead of scales.

 

CHEST: Measure directly under your breasts or pecs, as high up as you can.

WAIST: Measure at the narrowest point, typically around the navel.

HIPS: Measure around the widest part of your hips/hip bones. 

ARMS: Measure above your elbows and aim for the largest part of your arm. 

THIGHS: Measure around the largest part of your leg, while standing up. 

 

NOTE: Never forget that these numbers can’t measure the way you feel. Aim for lower blood sugar levels, improved health, and that amazing energy boost you feel after a good workout. These are the primary benefits you should focus on. It’s all about nurturing a healthy relationship with your body and giving it the best conditions to carry you through life successfully. 

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