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Round 6 Final Stats

This is a hodgepodge mess right now. I’ll reorganize and add descriptions tomorrow, but I’ll go ahead and post this until I can finish it up.Total Check-ins Per Week R2-R6

Total Check-ins Per Week for R2-R6

 

 

 

Normalized Check-ins Per Week for R2-R6
Normalized Check-ins Per Week for R2-R6

 

% Change in Weight Change in Weight(lb) Change in Weight(kg) Change in BF% Change in Goal Weight (lb) Change in Goal Weight (kg) Change in BF% Goal
Average -5.96 -12.3 -5.58 -6.6 2.25 1.02 -0.14
Minimum -26.0 -59.2 -26.9 -22.2 -30.8 -14.0 -5.00
Maximum +4.76 +10.0 +4.54 +1.7 +162.6 73.8 +20.0
Sum -849 -385

 

 

 

Change in Weight (lbs)
Change in Weight (lbs)

 

% Change in Weight R6
% Change in Weight R6

 

Round 6 Initial Goals and Plans

The following data were taken from the signup sheet. Hopefully this post will serve as a guide if you didn’t know which diet, diet tracker, exercise, or exercise tracker you were going to use this round.

 

Our Goals

Other 34
I don’t know yet. 3
Be more motivated 3
Run a 5k 3
Be attractive / Show off new body 2
Healthier diet 2
Run a marathon 2
Be a healthier example to my children 1
Be able to run a 9 minute mile 1
Be happier 1
Be worth something 1
Continue physical therapy for shoulder 1
Drink more water 1
Exercise regularly 1
Feel better 1
Feel productive 1
Increase Energy 1
Increase Muscle Tone 1
More self-confidence 1
Goal setting 1
Regain mental fortitude 1
Size 8 1
Tone up 1
Gym three times a week 1
Continue running 3x per week 1
Run half marathon 1
I don’t have any goals. 0
I prefer not to say. 0

 

Our Diets

Other 18
Slow Carb Diet 4
Gluten-Free 2
4 hour body 1
anti-inflammatory 1
Everything but beef and pork 1
Supplements 1
Less beer and pizza, more vodka and fruit 1
Low GI 1
Meal plan created by trainer/nutritionist 1
No alcohol for 30 days 1
Real food that I can make in my kitchen 1
P90X 1
Pescatarian 1
RPAHED 1
Jenny Craig 0
I prefer not to say. 0

 

Our Food Trackers

Other 33
I prefer not to say. 4
DailyBurn 4
FitBit 4
Noom 3
Calorie Count 3
Blog 2
Calorie Counter App 2
MyNetDiary 2
21weekchallenge.tumblr.com 1
alfitness.com.au 1
beeminder 1
beyondthewhiteboard 1
BodyMedia.com 1
nutritiondata 1
Photograph everything I put in my mouth. 🙂 1
TrainingPeaks 1
Libra Application Android 1

 

Our Exercise

Other 61
Cardio 4
Hiking 4
Spinning 4
I prefer not to say. 3
Elliptical 3
Jujitsu / Muay Thai / Boxing 3
Racquetball / Squash 3
Wii 3
Aerobics 2
Ballet 2
Kettlebells 2
Kinect 2
Skating 2
Skiing 2
90 Day Supreme 1
Aerial silks 1
Basic strength excercises 1
Chasing children 1
Coordination training/muscle sequencing training 1
Exercise I can do at home mostly 1
Functional based strength 1
High intensity stuff 1
Insanity 1
Kayaking 1
Physical therapy 1
Pilates 1
Power 90 1
Power kiteing 1
Riding (horses) 1
Rowing (indoor) 1
Stair climbing 1
Static trapeze 1
Turbo Jam 1
Variety 1
Workout videos 1
Zumba 1

 

Our Exercise Trackers

Other 40
I prefer not to say. 4
C25K 2
Dailymile 2
FatSecret 2
JEFIT 2
Mapmyride 2
P90X 2
Weight Watchers 2
21weekchallenge.tumblr.com 1
alfitness.com.au 1
beyondthewhiteboard 1
blog 1
Body for Life 1
BodyMedia.com 1
calorie counter for android 1
CardioTracker 1
chains.cc 1
endomondo.com 1
Garmin 1
iFitness 1
Insanity 1
MapMyRun 1
My Mind 1
MyNetDiary (app) 1
Noom app 1
PS3 active 1
RunningAhead 1
Strong lifts 5×5 app 1
trainingpeaks 1
www.running-log.com 1

 

Round 6 Initial Group Info

Welcome to Round 6 of 90daysgoal!

Let’s take a look at who we are this round. If there’s any additional group info you’re interested in, send a comment and I’ll try to add it in.

 

Where do we live?

Here’s the breakdown of where we live this round. 87% of 90ers prefer English units (lbs/in.), whereas 13% prefer metric units (kg/cm).

Removing US for a closer look:

(No guarantees that the map is accurate. Google Spreadsheet was really struggling with the placement of the dots.)

Age, Height, Sex

Weight and Body Fat Percentage Goals

The following plots show the normal distribution of our weights and body fat percentages. Our current distribution is shown in dark red and blue. Our goals are in light red and blue.

Weight as a function of height and age

Here you can compare your weight to other people with a similar height or age. The average value is outlined in black and the maximum and minimum values are shown with solid lines.

Weight vs. Height

English units:

Metric units:

Weight vs. Age

English units:

Metric units:

 

 

R5 Week 3 group stats

(Click here to view comments on r/90daysgoal.)

Overall weight distribution

Total number of people currently signed up for Round 5: 800

Number of people checking in this week:  248

The initial and current weight distribution for everyone who checked in this week:

Normal distribution of initial and current weights for everyone who checked in this week:

 

All (lbs) (kg)
Avg Std Total Avg Std Total
Week 1 208.8 52.4 50542 94.73 23.78 22925
Week 3 205.6 51.0 49751 93.25 23.11 22567
Loss -3.3 -790 -1.48 -358

Weight distribution by gender

Women

Total number of women currently signed up for Round 5: 435

Number of women checking in this week:  140

The initial and current weight distribution for women who checked in this week:

Women (lbs) (kg)
Avg Std Total Avg Std Total
Week 1 189.1 41.8 26475 85.78 18.95 12009
Week 3 186.4 40.9 26094 84.54 18.56 11836
Loss -2.7 -382 -1.24 -173

 

Men

Total number of men currently signed up for Round 5: 360

Number of men checking in this week:  102

The initial and current weight distribution for men who checked in this week:

 

Men (lbs) (kg)
Avg Std Total Avg Std Total
Week 1 235.9 53.6 24066 107.02 24.33 10916
Week 3 231.9 51.7 23658 105.21 23.47 10731
Loss -4.0 -409 -1.82 -185

Distribution of weight change

Distribution of change from initial to current weight for everyone who checked in:

 

Distribution broken down by gender:

 

Are any diets or exercises doing better than others?

On the sign-up form, there was a page of optional questions about which types of diets or exercises we were planning on following. This data isn’t necessarily very accurate, because there is no guarantee that a person actually follows the diet or exercise that they said they would. Still, it’s fun to look at some of the info that we can get from this.

The total number of people who signed up are shown in red. The number of people who checked in this week are shown in blue. The second plot in each category shows the average weight loss for the group of people who checked in this week. The plots are ordered by total number of people who signed up.

Goals

Diet types

Calorie trackers

Exercise types

Activity trackers

R5 Week 2 group stats

(Click here to view comments on r/90daysgoal.)

Overall weight distribution

Total number of people currently signed up for Round 5: 792

Number of people checking in this week:  361

The initial and current weight distribution for everyone who checked in this week:

Normal distribution of initial and current weights for everyone who checked in this week:

 

 All (lbs) (kg)
Avg Std Total Avg Std Total
Week 1 209.9 53.2 75776 95.21 24.13 34371
Week 2 207.7 52.4 74975 94.20 23.79 34008
Loss -2.2 -801 -1.01 -363

 

Weight distribution by gender

Women

Total number of women currently signed up for Round 5: 421

Number of women checking in this week:  209

The initial and current weight distribution for women who checked in this week:

 

 Women (lbs) (kg)
Avg Std Total Avg Std Total
Week 1 192.4 46.0 40219 87.29 20.87 18243
Week 2 190.7 45.8 39848 86.48 20.77 18075
Loss -1.8 -372 -0.81 -169

 

 

Men

Total number of men currently signed up for Round 5: 348

Number of men checking in this week:  152

The initial and current weight distribution for men who checked in this week:

 

 Men (lbs) (kg)
Avg Std Total Avg Std Total
Week 1 233.9 53.2 35556 106.11 24.13 16128
Week 2 231.1 52.1 35127 104.82 23.64 15933
Loss -2.8 -429 -1.28 -195

 

 

Distribution of weight change

Distribution of change from initial to current weight for everyone who checked in:

 

Distribution broken down by gender:

 

Are any diets or exercises doing better than others?

On the sign-up form, there was a page of optional questions about which types of diets or exercises we were planning on following. This data isn’t necessarily very accurate, because there is no guarantee that a person actually follows the diet or exercise that they said they would. Still, it’s fun to look at some of the info that we can get from this.

The total number of people who signed up are shown in red. The number of people who checked in this week are shown in blue. The second plot shows the average weight loss for the group of people who checked in this week. The plots are ordered by total number of people who signed up.

Goals

Diet types

Calorie trackers

Exercise types

Activity trackers