Assessing Body Composition and Strength Gains

As you continue on your fitness journey, it’s important to regularly assess your progress to ensure that you’re moving in the right direction. At Westchester Fit, we believe in the power of data-driven progress tracking to help our clients achieve their goals and reach their full potential. In this blog post, we’ll explore two key aspects of progress measurement: body composition and strength gains.

When it comes to assessing body composition, there are several methods you can use to track changes in your physique. Body measurements, such as waist circumference, hip circumference, and body fat percentage, can provide valuable insights into your progress over time. This is where our Inbody 570 comes into play. Also, by taking progress photos at regular intervals, you can visually track changes in your body composition and celebrate your achievements along the way.

Strength gains are another important indicator of progress, especially for those focused on building muscle and improving performance. Tracking improvements in weight lifted, repetitions performed, and workout intensity can help you gauge your strength gains and ensure that you’re making consistent progress in the gym. Whether you’re aiming to increase your bench press max, squat heavier weights, or perform more pull-ups, tracking your strength gains can help you stay motivated and focused on your goals. This is why we encourage everyone to track their progress in SugarWOD.

At Westchester Fit, our coaches are here to support you every step of the way on your fitness journey. Schedule a goal setting consultation with one of our coaches today and let us help you measure your progress and achieve your fitness goals.

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