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Friday, December 26, 2008

Recommended way to measure

When you start a new workout program, it's best to take your measurements so that you can track your progress. Here is the recommended way to measure:

Chest: Measure directly across your nipple line

Upper arms: Measure 7 inches down from the tip of your shoulder and be sure to measure both arms (don't flex your biceps or triceps)

Waist: Measure at your belly button

Hips: Measure at the widest area of your hips

Abductors: Measure just under your butt (feet tight together)

Thighs: Measure 6 inches down from your inseam and be sure to measure both thighs (have your legs apart and weight evenly distributed on both feet; don't stand on one foot while either thigh is being measured)

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