Manage and visualize your weight loss with our free Weight Loss Chart
We have had already other Excel templates aiming at helping your to stay healthier, including the Diet Plan Free Excel Template and the Blood Pressure Chart and today we intend to introduce you to our free Weight Loss Chart Excel Template.
Using this spreadsheet, you can take the data you’ve recorded on your hand-written weight loss logs, enter the data into the spreadsheet, and see the results plotted on the graph.
This Weight Loss template lets you create and customize your own weight loss chart. Graph your weight over time. Compare to 1 lb/wk and 2 lb/wk target lines. Your Goal Weight is highlighted. Lines representing the ‘normal’ BMI range are also shown on the graph.
This free template includes two worksheets: 1 for weight in pounds and 1 for weight in kilograms.
Have a peek at the Weight Loss Excel template:
How to use the Weight Loss template
When you track your weight, you should be consistent with the time of day and what you are wearing to avoid large fluctuations. Your body looses a lot of water over night, so weighing yourself right when you get up may look good in the numbers, but is more a reflection of water loss, but if you do weigh in 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 between 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.
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- Weight Loss Chart in Office 2013 Excel Document format (xlsx)
- Weight Loss Chart in Office 2013 Excel Template format (xltx)
- Weight Loss Chart in zip file format (zip)
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