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Take your photos!

Taking progress pictures is the best way to notice the changes of your body. Try your hardest to take pictures at the end of weeks 3, 6, 9, and 12. Find good lighting and make sure to wear similar clothing each time. It is also very important to place the camera at core height when taking the pictures. It is recommended that you have someone help you with this! Please refer to the eBook to see sample pictures.

Before Photos:
  • FRONT
  • BACK
  • LEFT SIDE
  • RIGHT SIDE
  • FUN FLEXING
Photos after 3 Weeks:
  • FRONT
  • BACK
  • LEFT SIDE
  • RIGHT SIDE
  • FUN FLEXING
Photos after 6 Weeks:
  • FRONT
  • BACK
  • LEFT SIDE
  • RIGHT SIDE
  • FUN FLEXING
Photos after 9 Weeks:
  • FRONT
  • BACK
  • LEFT SIDE
  • RIGHT SIDE
  • FUN FLEXING
Photos after 12 Weeks:
  • FRONT
  • BACK
  • LEFT SIDE
  • RIGHT SIDE
  • FUN FLEXING
Take your measurements!

You’ll need a non-stretchable measuring tape and someone to help you with this step. Make sure the tape measure is parallel to the ground when conducting all measurements. Also, make sure measurements are NOT taken right after a workout (they will be inaccurate).

Shoulder Circumference: The measuring tape should be placed around the shoulders and chest at it’s widest point.

Chest: Place the measuring tape directly under the breasts/pecs and measure around the torso.

Waist: Place the measuring tape approximately 2 inches above your bellybutton (or narrowest part of your waist), and measure around torso. Exhale, then measure!

Hips: Measuring tape should be placed across the widest part of your hips/buttocks.

Thigh: Sit at the edge of a chair (knees bent at a 90 degree angle) then take the measuring tape and wrap it around the the fullest/largest part of your thigh. Make sure you measure the same thigh and the same part of your thigh each time!

Bicep: Start flexing! You will always be flexed when taking this measurement. You will take the measuring tape and wrap it around the highest point of the bicep as you flex. Make sure to measure the same bicep each time!

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