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What a difference a year makes!

Monday, December 31, 2018

So I did take measurements on January 1 of this year and I just took measurements again to see how much of a change in the numbers because I know the scale lies at times. Beginning numbers: weight-300.8, chest-51.5”, waist-51”, hips-57”, thigh-35”, and upper arm-19”. My measurements today are: weight-215.8, chest-42”, waist-40”, hips-47”, thigh-27.5”, and upper arm-15”. So I’m a year I have lost a total of 84.8 pounds and 42 inches all over. Now I can see where I really need to work on my arms and legs, but I can also see where I have changed the most
I have a total different mind set going into this next year then I have ever had going into the new year. Let’s make this next year even better then the last.
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  • LORI-K
    WTG!! Have a Great new yea!
    857 days ago
    You had an amazing 2018
    emoticon on the 42" that is wonderful

    I found my 01-01-18 measurements in the back of my calendar this weekend and plan on doing a comparison tomorrow. However much I wanted to jumpstart 2018 in January it really did not happen until September. Then in October I joined the Fall 5% challenge and that kept me motivated. I have already joined the winter 5% challenge that starts on Saturday.

    Happy new year and hope 2019 is an even better year for you. emoticon
    857 days ago
  • OLDME2012
    It is so nice to see you have not only watched the scale, but took measurements also. The journey can be measured in so many ways including how you feel and in activities you can do now with less effort than it took before. Great progress. Congrats o
    858 days ago
    Progress is always good! I like that you are tracking, it helps keep us accountable but also highlights the positive changes in our lives. Good job! Have a Happy 2019 and keep it up!
    858 days ago
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