I finally got my hands on a flexible measuring tape thanks to my awesome next door neighbor. I got all the important measurements for both flexed and un-flexed, then when I originally started this posted, I found out my Evernote didn’t save, so I thought I’d lost all that information. Turns out, I had put my flexed measurements into my FitBit account. Whoo Hoo! I don’t have the un-flexed measurements, but in the end, those don’t really matter to me too much for this challenge.
I took all my measurements myself, so there’s a good possibility I did some wrong. I checked and re-checked several times, so I don’t think they’re all that inaccurate, but we’ll see I guess.
Here it is folks. My starting baseline body measurements.
- Neck – 15″
- Bicep – 14″
- Forearm – 11.7″
- Chest – 41.5″
- Waist – 38.3″
- Hips – 40.5″
- Thigh – 24.3″
- Calf – 16″
There it is everyone. That is what I’m starting with. I don’t have any goals set regarding these measurements. I’m not sure if 1/4″ would be realistic or not or too simple for a 100 day challenge so for now, my goal is that most of these numbers simply will increase (except for the waist).
Do you do regular body measurements? How do you keep track of the results? Do you have goals related to your body measurements?