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Monday, May 26, 2014

Measurements.

I had a goal to lower my waist-to-hip ratio during the Spring Challenge. I took my measurements this morning & found it has gone UP during the last 2 months! What??!! emoticon

Then I played with the calculator & found that in order for my waist-to-hip number to go lower, I’d have to increase my hip measurement. My waist is already pretty low. I lost ¼ inch from my waist this challenge. My hips measurement has gone emoticon by ½ inch.

I don’t think I want to increase my hips emoticon . I will just keep up with my healthy habits & hope both numbers will go down a little more.

Looking forward to the 5% Summer Challenge!
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  • SEWINGMAMACDS
    I agree with you decision. Keep on keeping on and the measurements will keep going down! emoticon
    2308 days ago
  • MADMANSMAMA87
    Haha I agree with your decision!
    I definitely wouldn't want to increase my hip measurement either lol!
    You're doing a great job, Anita!!! Keep up the fabulous work!!!!

    Hugs,

    Jes
    2309 days ago
  • KALISWALKER
    Our measurements will get better this summer, and so will we.
    2309 days ago
  • MLH148
    I am too scared? lazy? anxious? to do my measurements. I know I should... but it's always been so depressing.
    See you this summer - hope theses weirdnesses reverse for you,
    2309 days ago
  • TIFALVA
    That seems weird and I'm with you, I wouldn't want to increase my hips either.
    2309 days ago
  • RUBYSNANA
    Sounds like you had already done the work that needed to be done! emoticon I am also looking forward to The 5% Summer Challenge, but I am a little worried about staying on track over the summer when there is so much going on. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2309 days ago
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