Body Measurement Charts & Weight Tracker Templates
Body measurement is a strategy to track how much weight you have lost and it displays your muscle building. A weighing scale is not enough to show exactly how much and from where you lose your weight. If your body part measurements are getting smaller then you are satisfied that you’re dieting workout is really working. However, it is possible that you would only lose a little a week.
Here are the body parts to measure and how to measure:
- Neck – Measure around the smallest circumference
- Waist – Measure around the thinnest circumference, if you don’t have waist line straight, measure the area where the belly button lies
- Arms – Measure around the fattest part of your arm
- Chest–bursting part of your chest under the armpits, around your shoulder blades has to be carefully measured
- Hips – Measure the widest area of your hips.
- Thighs – Measure the circumference of the fattest zone part of your thigh,
- Calves –largest part of your carved is measured appropriately
Tip When Measuring:
Measure your body parts at the fixed time of the day. Like if you measured yourself on last Thursday morning, later, measure again on a Thursday morning
A free body measurement chart, from on-line templates, you can download and print out to keep track of your measurements. Be sure to put down the initial date of the measurement, Then measure biweekly , and note the date, whatever positive or negative changes will tell the to come and note down the readings in the downloaded chart. Even if it’s too small, because of it worth. Then note down the total measurement by subtracting it from the initial measurements.at the bottom.
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Body Measurement & Weight Tracker Template
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