Before you take progress photos please click here for the photo template.

Without the template in your photos, you do not qualify for the prizes. 


1: Try to show your shape

In order to compare the changes, you’ll need to see the changes. It’s impossible to do this if you’re wearing a baggy t-shirt or shorts. Form-fitting activewear/swimwear is best. Your stomach area should be visible, as this is a great indicator of weight loss and/or muscle gain.

2: Try to wear the same clothes

 If you can’t wear the same outfit, at least wear something similar every time you take your picture. If you’re proud of your progress, you might want to show others, so we encourage you to avoid posing in your underwear.

3: Use a plain wall as your background

Make sure there is no clutter, patterns, bright colors or distracting objects in the background. Also, use the same spot for each time you take your progress shots.

4: Take a full-body photo at eye level

No mirror selfies. If you find this challenging, ask someone you feel comfortable with to take your photo or use a timer function. Make sure to position your body straight and center to fill the frame.

5: Shoot from 4 angles

To understand the full scope of how your body is changing, it’s important to capture your front, sides, and back. For consistency, always choose the same side each time.


6: Stand in natural light

Try to take your photo in natural daylight. If that isn’t possible, ensure that your room is well lit and there is as much light as possible.

7: Maintain good posture

Stand up straight, with your shoulders back and down and arms relaxed at your sides. Recreate the same pose each time.


8: Take photos weekly

It’s important to take your photos once every week and schedule it on the same day each week.