body measurement chart

Body Measurement Chart

Do you want to fit into the ideal female body measurements or the male body measurement chart for weight loss? This standard body measurement chart is useful

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Body Measurement Chart

How do I measure my body for weight loss?


You can use this Body Measurement Chart to keep track of the body. These steps explain how females can measure their body:

  1. Start with the Bust: Relax arms and measure around the fullest part of the bust, keeping tape measure parallel to the floor.
  2. Waist: Measure around the narrowest point of the natural waistline (not over clothing), keeping tape measure snug, but not tight.
  3. Hips: Stand straight with feet together and measure around the fullest part of the hips (about 8" below natural waistline), keeping tape measure parallel to floor.
  4. Sleeve Length: Bend arm slightly and measure from the outermost point of the shoulder to the wrist, keeping tape measure centered at the elbow.
  5. Inseam: Using similar slacks that fit well, measure the length from the joint of slack legs to the bottom hem of the leg, rounding to the nearest half-inch. If slacks are cotton or cotton blend, add half-inch to allow for shrinkage.
  6. Maternity: Order your pre-pregnancy size when ordering
  7. Cintas maternity wear. If you expect to gain more than 25–30 pounds or are carrying multiple births, please order one size large.

The easy way to measure the Male body, is: 

  1. Neck: Measure around the base of the neck where the collar will sit, keeping tape measure snug.
  2. Chest: Measure the fullest part of the chest, keeping the tape measure parallel to the floor.
  3. Waist: Measure around the narrowest point of the natural waistline (not over clothing), keeping tape measure snug, but not tight.
  4. Hips: Stand straight with feet together and measure around the fullest part of the hips (about 9" below natural waistline), keeping tape measure parallel to floor.
  5. Sleeve Length: Measure from the center back of the neck to the outermost point of the shoulder, then continue measuring to the wrist, keeping tape measure centered at the elbow.
  6. Inseam: Using similar pants that fit well, measure the length from the joint of pant legs to the bottom hem of the leg, rounding to the nearest half-inch. If pants are cotton or cotton blend, add half-inch to allow for shrinkage.

Do you want to fit into the ideal female body measurements or the male body measurement chart for weight loss? This standard body measurement chart will be useful, so you can track the development in weight and size over time.


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Reviews

Bianca d

Thanks for the clear explanation and the free body measurement chart

Gemma S

Useful! I will track the body measurement with this Excel chart.

Alma Hampton - USA

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Ty Bird - AUS

Great file, professional and easy to customize

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