Blendergrl's Weight Loss Tracker

Thursday, September 4, 2008

I had forgotten that when I first joined ww in february someone on the messgage boards told me I should take my measurements. It was a painful thing to do but I did and tucked them away in a safe place... until today. I came across them while going through some papers and decided after 27 weeks it was time to do a little comparison. Here are my results:
Waist -7inches
Hips -5inches
Bust -6inches
Upper Arm -2inches
Thigh -3inches
Calves -1inch
WOO HOO!! I am excited about those numbers. I know I am getting smaller because I had to buy all new clothes, but when the changes happen so gradually sometimes I feel like I look exactly the same. The biggest changes have been in my bust and upper arms. Today I bought an XL top in a regular ladies wear store.. great NSV for me!
I am about to head to the gym to try day 1 of week3 C25K. I am nervous about the three minute runs but I am going to give it my best. Will update tomorrow.


Unknown said...

Wahoo! That is awesome! You should definitely be proud! Aren't NSV's the greatest? Congrats on the XL, I can't wait till I can do that! Slowly but surely we are getting there :)!

JanetM97 said...

amazing stats! Way to go! :)

Anonymous said...

ooooh BIG NSV.

hope you STOPPED and celebrated it.

danced a bit.

wore the shirt inside out and kept pointing to the tag :)

you know, that sort of thing...

Anonymous said...

Those are some awesome numbers, girlie!! And way to go on the XL! Woo hoo!Congrats!!!

Kari@Onederland said...

wow those are some really amazing results. Congrats on all of your success up to this point. that is something to REALLY be proud of!

butterfly said...


That is fantastic news!

I totally agree with what you said - that because it's so gradual you feel like you look the same.

The only reason I ever had my measurements taken (and I'm so glad I have them) is because I needed to be measured for a bridesmaid dress a year in advance. I've had to change my #'s four times already.

Those stats are awesome, and I love the measuring tape pic that you used.

Amy @ LiveWell said...


That is an impressive list of numbers there. And something to be extremely proud of. I hope you do a little more than pat yourself on the back! Like, maybe, buy a new outfit??