As I've said all the way along, I do feel a difference. Good thing really because taking the photos today and comparing to the "befores" made me think "well, that's disappointing." So, without further ado I give you proof that 100 crunches a day might make you feel better, but certainly won't do much for your appearance:
2 months ago above, "standing relaxed pose". Today below.
Yes, I may just be one of the whitest people you have seen (albinos aside, of course.)
2 months ago above. Today below.
The classic "female flexing abs pose." Seriously... do I even look like I've got anything going on there?Looks aside, my core is definitely stronger, and I'm able to do waayyy more crunches consecutively and with good form before needing to take a pause than I was at the start of this. I figure I'll just continue on with this experiment and see about what happens if I double the number of crunches per day since 100 now truly feels like nothing. 200 per day is still completely manageable to slot into any day, since it takes up less than 5 minutes. We'll see where it goes from there.