Numbers don't tell the whole story. However, the numbers from the Resolution Challenge results are quite impressive and inspiring.
The Resolution Challenge was about focusing your diet and consistency in fitness in order to create real, measurable, sustainable results. It is one thing to feel better or to look better, as those things can be subjective and fleeting. However, once you quantify your results, health, and fitness we can KNOW we have improved. The following stats are collective and represent the results of athletes who completed both the beginning and ending requirement for each category as to be able to use their validated stats for comparison. So let's get to it.
So how much did the Challenge actually help everyone? Compare your results to the following averages for athletes across the board.
Let's start by saying this was not a weight loss challenge. It was about comprehensive lifestyle transformation, and we use weight loss as one marker. We understand that many of the athlete put weight on via increasing muscle mass according to their goals. Therefore, the following stats are even more impressive for those who set goals of losing weight.
Measurements are a more accurate test for how much someone improves their body composition, because as so many have learned. You can lose significant inches without even losing weight or even gaining some weight. We know muscle weighs more than fat, and from what you will see form the next section, fitness capacity increased. Therefore, check these numbers out:
Changing body composition is great, but few of us would sacrifice our fitness in order to achieve the body image we envision. After all, doesn't our fitness help prepare us for whatever challenges life throws at us? Therefore, weight loss or body composition changes, if not accompanied by physical performance improvement is not success in our book.
Well, we have good news:
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