Weight Loss Tracker
Our Weight Loss Tracker is the ideal tool to help you keep track of your progress as you work hard to melt those pounds away.
Our tracker allows you to record and track your weight and plots this information on an informative chart, alongside your target weight so you can easily view your progress and stay motivated.
Not only do you get a weight loss tracker, but we also include a BMI calculator that lets you know your healthy weight ranges for your particular height.
But wait, that is not all all… No you don’t get a select set of steak knives, but you do also get, included at no additional cost, a Blood Pressure monitor so you can keep track of those important Systollic, Diastollic and pulse measurements.
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MINIMUM EXCEL REQUIREMENT
Microsoft Excel® 2007 +
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When you very first open the spreadsheet you’ll want to click the “Update My Personal Details” button. On this page, you’ll fill out your name, date of birth, your starting measurements and what your goals are.Once you have done that, pretty much everything else happens on the main page. Click the “View my Weight Loss Prgress” button.Basically, the way the spreadsheet works is that any “white” background coloured cell, you are able to enter your own information into. All other cells are automatically calculated for you.
To update your weight loss progress, enter your current weight and body measurements (and blood pressure measurements) into the white coloured cells, then click the “Update Progress” button at the top of the page. Your information will be automatically stored in “My Data”.
To view all your data, click the “View My Data” button at the top of the page.
When should I weigh my self?
When tracking your weight, you should be consistent with the time of day and what you are wearing to avoid any large fluctuations in measurements. Your body looses water over night, so weighing yourself right when you get up may look good in the numbers, but may be more a reflection of water loss than actual weight loss. But if you do weigh yourself in the mornings, do that consistently.
Fast weight loss goals aren’t the easiest to achieve. In general, a good weight loss per week is around 1 kilogram (1 and 2 lbs).
Many people lose the weight and wonder how their body measurements have changed… Don’t forget to measure key parts of your body so you can see those results as well. You may even want to see a doctor before you start, so you can see how other aspects of your health change as you lose weight, like blood pressure, cholesterol, resting heart rate, and percentage of body fat.