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Measuring yourself rather than jumping on the Scales

Discussion in 'General Weight Loss Discussion' started by madchef, 6 August 2010 Social URL.

  1. madchef

    madchef Full Member

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    Start Weight:
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    Current Weight:
    17st5.5lb
    Goal Weight:
    14st4lb
    Lost(%):
    2st2.5lb(11.13%)
    Diet:
    Low Fat
    As I find Home Scales are so unreliable I have to rely on my Doctor's Scales to tell me how I am doing and as I see him only once a month I need to know how I am doing more often so I rely on measuring myself, let's face it Tape measures can't lie as much as some scales can ;) So I am going to post my Measurement progress here, anyone want to join me?

    Start of diet January 2010:

    Bust 56"; Waist 52"; Hips 59"

    August:

    Bust 52"; Waist 47"; Hips 55"
     
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  3. minx

    minx Full Member

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    this is a much better way of measuring results (literally!!), i want to join, i'll take my measurements at work tmrw well done joany, youre making real progress there girl! :D x
     
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