This is the end of my second week as part of the Omron Fitness Challenge! Earlier last week I had a huge RSD flare and my wonderful massage therapist came and picked me up and fixed me! She works magic! RSD is a very painful disease and the things I have been doing to my body are very hard on me. I keep on trucking though and it is paying off!
My beginning weight in this challenge was 182lbs. Ugh! My weight from yesterday? 176.8lbs! That is a loss of 5.2lbs! Want proof? Check it out in the photo, that is my weight on the Omron Fitness Digital Scale!
My new measurements make me HAPPY! Apparently this change in activities has given my body a major shock and it let go of some stuff YAY!
- My starting waist measurement was 39in. Yesterday my waist measured in at 37.25in. That is a difference of 1.75in! YAY!!!!
- My starting hips measurement was 44in. This has remained the same and has not changed. My birthing hips are here to stay?
- My starting chest measurement was 37.5in. Yesterday my chest measurement was 36in. That is a change of 1.5in!
- My starting measurement for my bust measured in at 45.5in. Yesterday my bust measured 43.75in. That is a difference of 1.75in!
- My starting thigh measurement was 22.5in. Yesterday my thighs measured in at 21.5in. That is 1in off of each thigh, for a total of 2in lost!
- My starting calve measurement was 15in. Yesterday my calve measured in at 14.5in. That is .5in off of each calve, for a total of 1in lost!
- My starting measurements for my upper arms measured in at 14.5in. Yesterday my upper arms measured in at 13.75. That is a difference of 0.75in on each arm for a total of 1.5in off of my arms!
So total inches lost is 9.5in! Sounds good to me! This was such a big drop that I had to talk to my fitness friends to make sure I was right. Apparently going from couch to active can do this…now I have plumbers crack…
I’m not sure that I am logging my weight correctly on the Omron Fitness dashboard, it always says 0 for weight change. I need to get that figured out.
I was happy to see that I was at 93% on my step goal, a huge improvement from last week. I can tell you that steps on this are harder to attain. You have to work to get there! Unlike other pedometers that log every jiggle and movement, this pedometer from Omron Fitness is very accurate!
This post is sponsored by Omron Fitness as a collaboration with Bookieboo Blogging Network and Mamavation – a community dedicated to weight loss for women and obesity prevention for families. I was provided with product and compensation for my time and honest opinions.
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