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Progress Pics - Week 1

Saturday, April 06, 2013

Here's the originals from last week:

And this weeks picture:

Haven't looked too closely, but I do know one difference already. On the second one, in the middle image, it's hard to see but I've got the "dimples" right under my ribcage. That's the first area where I see weight loss.

Oh, by butts not as "droopy" either. That would be why I've got the sagging happening in my jeans. lol

Other than that, there's not much difference yet. I honestly wasn't expecting any. It's been too short a time period.

I did some measurements today too.

Waist - this was taken at the narrowest point, it's a hand's width above my belly button. Today this was 38.5"

Hips - at the widest point. 48.5"

Calf - at the thickest point. 17"

Bicep - just below where I wear my bodymedia. 13.5"

Neck - 16"

I forgot to get measurements for my thigh, and my wrist. I need those two as well to use the body fat website I found again today.

So it's not a lot, but I'm seeing progress. It gives me hope that I just might be able to do this after all.
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  • v JUSTME29
    I did my measurements today too. They are not pretty. Aside from my bust I tend to lose weight all over equally so aside from that one area it will be many scale pounds before I see any real change in the measuring tape.
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    So exciting to read about and see the progress you are making! I commend you and anyone who puts there pictures out there. I have severe photophobia since I've gained so much weight but you I'm so impressed and inspired by you!! emoticon
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