Excel Weight Tracker Metric
Last year, you might have seen the Excel Weight Loss Tracker workbook that I posted, which used inches and pounds as its measurements. Even though we use the metric system in Canada, we still track our weight in the Imperial system. (I’m not sure why.)
In May 2010, I posted the weight loss tracker in a Stone/Pound version, for the people who use that system.
Note: Please consult your doctor for recommended target weight and weekly weight loss goals. This workbook is designed as a recording tool only, based on the goals that you set with your doctor’s advice.
[Update] The latest version of this workbook lets you select pounds or kilograms as the measurement. To download, see the link at the end of this article.
Metric Weight Tracker
If you’d prefer to track your weight using the metric system, you can download the latest version, which uses kilos. In this version, you can enter your height in centimetres, and your weight in kilograms. The BMI and ideal weight range are calculated based on those measurements.
The good news is that your weight is a lower number in kilograms, compared to pounds. The bad news is that your pants don’t fit any better!
Download the Excel Weight Tracker Metric
You can download a zipped copy of the Excel weight loss tracker, and try it for yourself. The sheets are protected, with the green cells unlocked, and there’s no password on the worksheets.
There are versions for Excel 2007/Excel 2010, and Excel 2003 on the Contextures website: Excel Weight Loss Tracker
And remember, I’m not a trained medical professional, so check with your doctor for personalized weight management advice.