How do you measure up?

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How do you measure up?

March 16, 2011 Getting Results Lose Weight Personal Training weight loss 0

Have you ever taken the time to find out your waist measurement? People often don’t realise the impact that excess weight around the waist can have on their overall health and wellbeing . Taking your waist measurement is the simplest method and a good indicator of unhealthy fat you may be storing around your stomach.

A high waist measurement has been associated with an increased risk of lifestyle related chronic diseases such as coronary heart disease, kidney disease, Type 2 diabetes and more!

Increased risk:

Men: more than 94 centimetres
Women: more than 80 centimetres

Greatly increased Risk:

Men: more than 102 centimetres
Women: more than 88 centimetres 

If you are at risk, it is not too late to change your waist measurement. Speak to one of our Personal Trainers about how you can start making improvements to your waist measurement TODAY. A few small changes can make a big difference!


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