The entire point of taking measurements along your journey is to find the accurate data that you need that can give you input and feedback to tell you if My Bikini Belly Review what you are doing is sending you in the right direction and you are on track.

The assessments that you give yourself should directly relate to your long term goals. Here are a few ways to help you track your progress, some are better than others, so find a couple that work for you a get started.

BMI

Firstly you need to find out exactly what your BMI or Body Mass index currently is before you do anything. Your BMI is your body fat based on your height and weight. All you need to do is simply enter your height and weight in to a BMI calculator and it will present you with number.

There are 4 ranges for BMI. Less than normal weight is less than 18.5, 18.5-24.9 is normal weight, over weight is 25-29.9 and obese is greater than 30. On average older adults tend to have more body fat than younger adults with the same BMI. People that have a lot of muscle mass have a higher BMI, so BMI works best for kids and overweight individuals.

The bathroom scale http://togetherweearn.com/profiles/blogs/my-bikini-belly-book-review

This is one of the obvious ways to measure your progress; however it may not be the best way unless you compare it with something else.You can use other methods (skin fold callipers, ultrasound, underwater weighing, to measure your body composition, fat versus lean muscle, this gives you a more accurate idea of the changes that you are making to your body. The scale works best when it is used alongside other methods.

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