I lost 100 pounds in 2 years and 9 months. I was 260 pounds, now 160. I am 5’9”.Still looking to lose maybe 10 or 20 more pounds
First 50 pounds were from changing my diet (cutting out soda completely works wonders), and the last 50 have been exercising. I started running in 2013 and was eventually able to get down to a 10 minute mile.
Recovery is a process, but it’s so possible. I wish everyone luck, because I have been there too. <3—-
it doesn’t even look like it’s the same person but it’s just me! I’m about 1.67 m and there is a 20/23 kilos difference between the two pictures.—-
I still have too ashamed to show my photos, but at the same time I am very proud of myself. -46lb and counting.—-
SW: 90 kgs
CW: 65 kgs
GW: 55 kgs
5’3. From about 160lbs to 125lbs. I’m still in my during phase. My weight loss has slowed lately and I am trying to give it that last push to get my dream body. Looking at this gives me motivation to see how far i’ve come.——- Follow here for more weight loss, fitness, and healthy eating before and after!
My progress! This is about a year apart from each other! 30 pound difference! I kind of got off track for a bit, but I’ve managed to maintain, I still have 20 pounds to go and I can’t wait to get there!
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2 years of weight loss and keeping it off, last year i worked on putting on muscle and this year im ready to lean out! i got tired of being the old unhappy me so i decided to turn my life around. come follow me as i lose the rest of this lovely flab
Gw:148——- Follow here for more weight loss, fitness, and healthy eating before and after!
First photo 172lbs
second photo 142lbs
im about 5 foot seven inches,
come ask me any questions!
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November 2010 (252 lbs) - February 2014 (185 lbs)
65-70 lbs lost. 5’10.5”
All I did was started working out and eating right. After getting out of a bad relationship last month, I really threw myself into the gym. Great stress reliever. Also a great confidence builder.
If you’re struggling with weight, or unhappy with your body, take it from me: you can do it. Slow and steady wins the race, be smart & healthy about it, and finally enjoy life the way it was meant to be enjoyed.——- Follow here for more weight loss, fitness, and healthy eating before and after!
This is my very first “before/after” picture, although I don’t really want to call it an “after”, I would prefer “during”.
BUT this is after 30 days of clean vegan eating anywhere between 1,500-1,900 calories a day, around 2 hours 3-5x a week at the gym doing weights and some cardio :)
So… This is the first time I post a photo of me on tumblr. On the left photo, I weighed around 189 lbs, my highest weight and the right photo 127 lbs.
On the left photo, there is a girl who thinks she’s happy just the way she is, she enjoy her life. She makes no sport, eats everything and anything. But 6 months later, she learns she will be diabetic in a few years and she only can do one thing: learn to eat better in order to postpone the arrival of her diabetes because it’s genetic. Sooner or later, she will be diabetic.
On the right photo, this is me now, the real me, I found my genuine personality. I became a vegetarian, I eat a lot a fruits, vegetables, I run twice a week, I do strength exercises every day, I drink 3 liters of water per day…. and I know what it really means to be happy.
My ultimate goal weight is 121 lbs, so my journey is not finished yet.
The left is me during my Senior Year of high school cheer.
The right is me during my Sophomore Year of college (it was a high school clique theme, so I went in an old uniform- I actually had to safety pin areas!)
I have not done anything cheer related for almost two years, but ever since coming to college I have been very conscious about working out and eating right and I have lost a little over 25 pounds since the start of my freshman year of college.
It has been a very slow process, but thanks to support of my close friends (and motivation to prove the people who have ever talked shit about me and my size wrong) I am getting healthier and happier.
This photo is one year’s difference. On the left is summer 2012 when I was around 165 pounds and on the right is summer 2013 when I was around 135 pounds (at 5’2” tall). I am currently 15 pounds lighter than I was during the “after” picture, and I’m so excited to redo this photo this year! This picture is my motivation to hit my goal and make myself the fittest I have ever been by this summer! Choosing to run regularly, lift often, and eat healthy has been the greatest decision I have ever made.
My fitness blog is gettinprettyskinny.tumblr.com and I post things that keep me motivated, as well as talk with people about the struggles and achievements we all are dealing with throughout our journeys! Feel free to say hi :)——- Follow here for more weight loss, fitness, and healthy eating before and after!
Age - 27 years Height - 5’9 (175cm)
I have been vegetarian for a couple of years now but it has only really been since I have become vegan in the last 4 - 5 months that I have seen a significant change in my weight. I gave birth 11 months ago and so it has been harder than normal to get back in shape.Follow here for more weight loss, fitness, and healthy eating before and after!
5’5, 220 before 153 after
Healthy eating, portion size, and dedication was key to me losing 67 pounds and feeling amazing at age 37 with 4 teenage children.
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