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    MoneyAddyct is offline Member
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    Why Do My Measurements Fluctuate So Much?

    I've noticed that my measurements, mostly my arms, can fluctuate up to a 1/4 of an inch at different times of the day. Keep in mind I don't measure immediately before or after a workout so having/not having a pump has nothing to do with it. So why does my measurements fluctuate so much? Is it normal?

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    How is your diet, are you holding water?

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    My diet's pretty solid, eating every two hours. Chicken, steak, tuna, salmon, whole wheat pasta, yams, rice, post-workout shake and before bed shake as well. I don't think I'm holding water, at least I don't look like I am and I shouldn't be regardless.

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    Anyone?

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    my only question is, why do u check your arms that many times ED... other than maybe you have a slight pump from something pertaining to work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decadbal
    my only question is, why do u check your arms that many times ED... other than maybe you have a slight pump from something pertaining to work
    i agree with deca on this one, dont do it so Often, they wont Often grow over night,,

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