FAQ About Fitness Plans

Fitness Plans
one year ago | gizem

How do I measure my progress with my fitness plan?

  1. Track your body measurements: Take measurements of your waist, hips, thighs, arms, and other areas of your body using a tape measure. This can help you track changes in your body composition as you lose fat and gain muscle.
  2. Use a scale: Weigh yourself regularly to track changes in your overall weight. Keep in mind that weight can fluctuate based on factors such as hydration levels, so it's important to use this as one measure of progress rather than the only measure.
  3. Monitor your fitness level: Track your progress in endurance, strength, and flexibility by monitoring your performance in exercises or workouts over time. For example, you can track the number of push-ups you can do or the time it takes to complete a certain distance running.
  4. Take progress photos: Take photos of yourself periodically to visually track changes in your body composition and physique. This can be a great way to see the changes in your body that may not be captured by measurements or weight alone.
  5. Keep a fitness journal: Write down your workouts, goals, and progress in a journal. This can help you see the progress you've made over time and provide motivation to keep going.