πŸ‘‰ How To Measure Weight Loss (SCALE, MEASUREMENTS OR BODYFAT?) 2021



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For how to measure weight loss, is it best to use the scale, body measurements, or bodyfat percentage? It may be time to ditch your scale because scale weight isn’t the best way how to measure your progress. Body fat percentage is a great way to track your progress. However it can be tough to know how to measure body fat percentage accurately as your measurements may differ using different calipers. So unless you know how to measure bodyfat, there may be some other easier ways to measure your progress.

Many women choose to take measurements. In this video we’ll show you how to take measurements and which parts of your body to measure. Be sure to write down your measurements and measure every couple of weeks so that you can measure your weight loss progress.

Make sure to take time to notice your progress and see your muscles popping in the mirror too. Pictures are also a great way to track your progress without using a scale.

Below are the 4 ways we recommend to measure your weight loss progress instead of using the scale:

1) Tape Measure
2) Skinfold Calipers
3) Mirror
4) Pictures
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5 thoughts on “πŸ‘‰ How To Measure Weight Loss (SCALE, MEASUREMENTS OR BODYFAT?) 2021

  • December 31, 2020 at 6:47 am
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    I've been dealing with a herniated disk on my lower back for 1 year and 8 months and it's been hell. My orthopedic doctor told me to loose weight so I could get an spinal fusion surgery. I started to eat clean and working out more but I've only lost 3-4 kilos in five months. For the last three weeks my weight hasn't moved and I made me so sad, because I've been eating well and exercising three times a week. In May I measured myself. I measured myself again a month ago and I've lost 6 cm on my hips. 5 cm on my wrist and 1 cm on my arms. I'm so proud of what I've achieved despite of my back pain, which is pretty awful. Your channel has been a great inspiration (unfortunately I can't do all the jumping). It's great to see strong women. Strong is the new skinny :-). Keep up the great work. Hugs from Sweden/ Sandra

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  • December 31, 2020 at 6:47 am
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    How timely this was for me… I was totally a scale person and recently decided that the mirror and my clothing fit is how I'll gauge my progress. Addiction to scales can drive a person crazy! πŸ™‚ Thanks to the AthleanXX for Women program (especially my 2nd 90-day stint) seeing my muscles emerge all over has been a much better gauge. My eyes can easily tell if my plate or workouts need to be adjusted. Thanks so much for your tips and for affirming that the scale is not the only measurement.

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  • December 31, 2020 at 6:47 am
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    I love your tips! I never gave a thought to having my fat % looked at My tip would be to THROW OUT YOUR SCALE!!! For me, I keep a certain pair of skinny jeans that I try on every now and then. Seeing my booty change and my mid section change is not just satisfaction from my hard work but also a confidence builder. I just wore them over the weekend and my fiancΓ© was impressed. πŸ’πŸΌπŸ™ŒπŸΌπŸ’₯

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  • December 31, 2020 at 6:47 am
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    Thank you Amy for all your workouts and advice.Β  I'm starting to get back into exercise after surgery and have noticed a huge difference as my body starts to change in just a few exercises… I'm getting excited for each change little by little.Β  Thank you so much for your positive support !

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  • December 31, 2020 at 6:47 am
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    Hi Amy. Your workouts are amazing. Thank you for sharing such wonderful tips and tricks to a great body.

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