# Graphs

I find data to be a motivator and as such I’m finding lots of things to measure. Some graphs I want to see go up, others I want to see go down. Note that not all the graphs start at the same time as I started recording items at different dates. All data is calculated for the week and updated once.

Weight

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Note that I am not currently updating any chart other than my weight – hoping to get back to that soon though.

BMI

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As calculated by this BMI calculator.

Body Fat %

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I am going by the BF% as calculated by my scale, which supposedly is able to calculate it by sending an impulse through the feet. The results seem to vary widely and I am not sure what to make of that.

Waist

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How to measure your waist circumference. It’s pretty hard to get this exact so margin for error is pretty high. I’ll only be measuring in whole inches.

Strength Training

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Miles

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MPH

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More details on my cardio program.

Swimming 50 Laps (min.seconds)

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4.1 Mile Lake Run (seconds)

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For more information on how I create these graphs see my post

How to do simple graphs in WordPress

Need a new way to stay fit in one place? Try an exercise ball workout routine. That will surely get your graphs moving in the right direction!

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