Propel Your Results Forward With A Progress Chart
Byon Thursday, March 02, 2017 6:10 AM
As human being we tend to be our own worst critiques and sometimes it takes solid proof of change to believe it. I can tell you from personal experience that I was not excited to take my before pictures in a swim suit but I am thrilled NOW that I did it! I can look back now and remind myself how far I have come.
Note: Always take your updated photos in the same swim suit. The more consist they are the better. You are not going to flex or pose in these photos.
The first one will be you facing forward; looking towards the camera.
The next is your profile picture. Simply turn to the right for this shot.
Lastly is you’re your back picture. Turn and face the wall for this one.
Easy and painless; now pictures are done! File these away in your computer. Do not forget to log the date in the title of the photos so you remember when it was taken.
Next is your weight & measurements. You always want to do your weight and measurements on the same day as your photos. You will stay in your swim suit for this.
First write down the date & then hop on the scale & log your weight.
Now we are going to take measurements. It is quite difficult to stay consistent with your measurement technique. Here are some tips to help you.
Neck: Measure at the base or bottom of your neck.
Chest: Measure straight across the largest part of your chest.
Waist: Stand up straight and bend to one side. Right when you see the separation from your upper half you’re your lower half is your waist line.
Hips: Measure across the largest part of your bottom around the front of your pelvis.
Thighs: Chose one side to measure. I think going with the right side is safest. Make sure to jot down on the paper that you are measuring the right side .
This measurement is taken at the thickest part of the top of yout leg; close to your crotch.
Bicep: Same thing here; chose one arm preferably your right just to remain consistent. Measure the largest part of your bicep. Finding a freckle or a distinct marking can help you remember this spot.
Calf: Again choose one calf to measure. Measure at the largest part.
Here is a picture for the visual learners like me:
Emily's Progress Chart
WEEK DATE WEIGHT NECK CHEST WAIST HIPS THIGH CALF BICEP