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Measuring While You Exercise



try to measure at least once a week while exercising because sometimes you can't tell you're making much progress without the measurements going down while you exercise. You never know if its muscle you gain or fat you lose.

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  • Taking your measurements can give you a more accurate picture of your progress, or at least a fuller picture.
    Let's get active!

    emoticon emoticon emoticon - by JRBASKIND

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