How do you track your progress?
Do you keep a log of your maximum lifts and try to set personal records every day at the gym?
Every time you go out to run, do you try to run further than the run before? Do you try to run longer?
Do you weigh yourself every week, or every day? Or is your appearance in the mirror the final judge as to how much progress you’re making?
People work out for many reasons, and so there are many ways to track progress. Tracking your progress is a very good idea. It helps you stay motivated and keeps you focused on achieving your goals. However, not all methods of tracking are created equal, and some of them are just plain bad (weighing yourself every day is a terrible idea).
No matter what your goals are in the gym or with your fitness – whether it’s gaining muscle and becoming stronger, getting toned, or simply losing fat – tracking your progress by using your body composition data is one of the best ways to get results. This means tracking your changes in:
- Body Fat Percentage
- Lean Body Mass
- Body Fat Mass
- Skeletal Muscle Mass
While almost any type of tracking can help you reach fitness goals faster, tracking the changes in your body composition allows you to do some unique things in your training that you can only do with a breakdown of your body composition.
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