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31 Aug 18
How should I decide to set my Neck, Hip and bust measurements?
1 Sep 18
Get someone to measure for you if you’re not confident doing it yourself. As long as you measure in the same place each time, you’ll notice the drop in size as time passes.
It’s not obligatory, only if you want to. Do you think it will be helpful for you? If so, do it.
I’ve normalised my weight, losing 21kgs (46lbs) without doing body measurements. Some people do measurements only, no weight, and some do both. A few just use the feel of their clothes.
Keep checking in, it’s easy once you get going.
12 Sep 18
Measure neck at the base, where the collar of a business shirt would go.
Measure hip at the widest part — for me that’s fairly low and includes the largest part of my buttocks.
Measure bust over the nipples. Women do this wearing a well-fitted bra. Men measure sans clothing.
How much are you hoping to lose, George? My husband lost 45 pounds. We measured at the start and we still weigh and measure every 6 months. I weigh daily. My ODH weighs on Fast Days and the day after.
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