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Bicep Size Chart Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Bicep Size Chart.

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The Perks and Pitfalls of Isometrics

Do you sometimes find yourself skipping the strength training you know you should be doing, just because it’s hard to squeeze it into your hectic schedule? Sure, it’s possible to do a very effective strength training routine at home with...  Read more

No Need to Stretch the Truth about Resistance Bands

You hear about them. You see people using them in the gym. They’re in stores, on TV, and have entire fitness classes designed around them. You think about these stretchy bands and what good (if any) they do. You want to know: What are the b...  Read more

How to Keep Fruits and Veggies Fresh

Eating more fruits and vegetables is a requirement for every healthy eater. But when you buy more fresh produce, do you end up throwing away more than you eat? You're not alone. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, the average...  Read more

Strength Training with a Disability

Whether you have a disability or a chronic condition that limits your mobility, exercise doesn't have to be out of reach or even painful. In fact, depending on your condition, your health care provider has probably recommended that you increase y...  Read more

Find Your Perfect Weight - Part 1

You know that you want to lose weight. But how do you pick a goal weight that’s right for you? Do you find a celebrity, or even a friend, whose body you like and try to reach the same weight as him? Do you aim for a previous weight of your own,...  Read more

Can the nutrition chart be changed to track daily
Updated 2/2/2016 9:04:38 AM

Can the nutrition chart be changed to track daily sugar intake?...  Read more

How do I find a chart for nutrition for the day, c
Updated 1/31/2016 4:27:14 PM

How do I find a chart for nutrition for the day, carbs, fat, protein? Thanks...  Read more

Woohoo! Dropped 2 pant sizes! Got my 14s back on!
Updated 1/31/2016 6:53:43 PM

Woohoo! Dropped 2 pant sizes! Got my 14s back on! A little snug but they zip and button! On my way to single digits!...  Read more

You should see a chart with your weight history on
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You should see a chart with your weight history on your weight screen. However, you can see a chart of that on the website (SparkPeople.com) - go to My Trackers tab, select Reports, and you'll be able to select which dates you want to view. ...  Read more

It was said that your wrist size determines your f
Updated 1/29/2016 7:34:33 AM

It was said that your wrist size determines your frame size. At my starting weight, at 196pounds, my fingers could wrap around my wrist so I was technically a large build. When I was around 165pounds, my fingers could finally wrap around my wrist, so...  Read more

Charts

measure your weight and body size. You can look at the charts to see where your body resists change and understand those will be your trouble spots. Your body will want to stay that weight or return to that weight. The charts help you understand yo...  Read more

Losing too much weight Question???

This morning on SP, I checked a chart on the web charting the appropriate weight for my size. I'm below that, and I keep losing. Today, I ate more, but still didn't get to the middle of my range. I've cut my fitness some, but don't want to give it up...  Read more

Don't Want to Be Fat or Skinny

This is a group for men and women who want to lose weight, but be a comfortable size. We Want to be Happy In-betweeners at our Happy Weight!...  Read more

10 Full Body Strength Training Exercises for the Beginner

Fitness experts recommend a triad of exercises we should incorporate into our lifestyle in order to achieve optimum fitness. These exercises include cardio-respiratory activities, flexibility exercises and resistance training. Cardio-respiratory a...  Read more

You Asked: 'How Do I Find My One Rep Max?'

Your One Rep Max is the highest possible weight you can lift for exactly one repetition. You can use the One Rep Max as a benchmark to measure strength gains over time. However, keep in mind that this metric is typically used on very specific, more a...  Read more