Thursday, April 18, 2013

Weight Statistics To Be Measured During This Fat Busting Period

Hallo people of the page, this is IzzieMedula again o. Very happy to know people are really interested in the challenge. Based on the responses from my last post, I thought it would be a good idea to list out the full statistics we would be gathering for our private weight watchers challenge.

Stats to capture for the challenge (weekly/daily???)

Waist Measurement (inches/cm) (using a tape measure/rule)
Hip Measurement (inches/cm)
Waist to Hip ratio
Thigh measurement

Weight (pounds/kg)
Height (ft/m) - I know this is most likely to be constant but still have it handy if interested in calculating your BMI
BMI - for those interested in checking their BMI like me :), you can use this link {} ).

I agree that weight/BMI calculation is not a full indicator of your progress but for health reasons, it may still be wise to still note down your BMI (afterall,e no cost money :D. If for any reason you have health issues, the doctor will still check this).


I completely adore your blog AliceDCL...Whaaat? I was blown away by the design ( I take it you designed it your self?). On top of that, its about food too...You have a new fan ooo...

So now I have a contact in Dubai?? ....SWEET! ;) :D

As for those that have been binging on food with the mindset to change on Monday, I may have a post for you


  1. Weekly should be fine though I once read that daily tracking is better, don't know how true that is.

  2. Sounds good. I will do weekly. Daily to me is pointless because your body weight fluctuates as much as 5 lbs based on what you ate, how much fluids you drank, if you are pooping regularly, and if you are on your period. It can make one neurotic. Imagine going crazy because of 2 lb weight gain due to increase in fluid intake.

  3. yay!! thanks for stopping by, :D,and yes i designed it myself, super proud of it lool.

    Cant wait to start