8 Week Battle #9

Monday, June 14, 2010

I joined the 8 Week Battle #9 Team and am on the Green Supremes. I'm hoping that this will help me work through my plateau.

Beginning measurements:

Weight: 169.4 (TOM)
BF%: 34.5%
BMI: 28.2

Chest: 38"
Waist (@ smallest part): 33"
Hips: 41"
Thigh: (L) 25" (R) 25"
Calf: (L) 14" (R) 14"
Bicep: (L) 12" (R) 12"

Fitness Test Results:
# push-ups in 1 minute- 33 ("Good" range for age/gender)
# crunches in 1 minute- 35 ("Good" range for age/gender)
3-min step test- pulse 63 ("Excellent" range for age/gender)
1-mile walk-

Before pics:




Please excuse the bad hair morning. I had hubby take these pictures before he left for work this morning so I could get them posted.

Hoping my 8/9 after pictures show some improvement.
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Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Wow what a great idea to post everything together! You'd think after 3 battles I'd have this all figured out but I'm always learning something new!
    3704 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3598327
    Wow! Great blog! Go Warrior!!!
    3704 days ago
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    Oh I love it!! You posted it ALL in one blog..
    Its so good to take your "before" pics..After the Battle you will be so glad you did.
    I need to do Sparks fitness test as well.It is a great tool to measure success!!
    GREAT BLOG..Battle On!!
    God Bless~Christina

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    3704 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/14/2010 1:45:26 PM
    See you at the battle! (I'm on the Yellow team). Before pictures are soo helpful- just took a few myself!
    3704 days ago
  • SHEILA1505
    Good luck and loads of motivation!
    3704 days ago
  • DANGEL117
    GOOD LUCK!!! See you on the Battlefield!!
    3704 days ago
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    Good luck with the challenge - I'm sure you'll do great!
    3704 days ago
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