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M/32/5'10" [460lbs > 275lbs = 185lbs] (10 months) Finally starting to see the difference in the mirror...

M/32/5'10" [460lbs > 275lbs = 185lbs] (10 months) Finally starting to see the difference in the mirror...

Heck yeah dude. I sometimes struggle to realize the changes as well, it takes time for your mind to adjust. Well done!

Awesome job man! How did you do it?

Awesome man! How’d you do it?

Dang! You’ve put in some hard work. Be proud of yourself!

F/26/5’4 [240.1>196] Face progress

F/26/5’4 [240.1>196] Face progress

necklace made some gains!

You look gorgeous before and after! Good for you though, you look amazing and younger! :)

How long did this take you?

You are a stunning looking woman! 😍

F/24/5’6” [135 > 110 = 25lbs] Not much, but it makes a huge difference, I can’t believe that’s really me!

F/24/5’6” [135 > 110 = 25lbs] Not much, but it makes a huge difference, I can’t believe that’s really me!

Nice work, how did you do it?

Great stuff, those last few pounds are always the hardest but most rewarding

M/21/6”0 [272lbs > 176lbs = 96lbs] (2 years) Lost fat gained hair.

M/21/6”0 [272lbs > 176lbs = 96lbs] (2 years) Lost fat gained hair.

This guys definitely uses three pumps of the farrah faucet spray

Wow you're so hot! Really great job! Don't let it go to your head, you're a heart breaker now!

Your hair is stunning and thick.

I like to think of my old self more of a chocolate cake killer tbh

F/25/5'7" [86lbs to 128lbs] Anorexia Recovery

F/25/5'7" [86lbs to 128lbs] Anorexia Recovery

I am slightly in shock about the amazingly supportive response in matter of minutes. I think everyday that I am too fat, wobbly, flabby and not fit enough. Getting the balance between enough exercise and not too much is really hard. Sticking to a weights programme is tough when it makes me rigid and, if i dont make it to the gym on the specific day, incredibly guilty. Anyone have any suggestions about bodyweight or dumbell workouts that I can flex around my life and my desire to do the workout. I particularly hate how wobblu my legs are.

P.S. I have arthritis and mild osteoporosis so I do need some strength training to support joints and help bones get stronger.

Thank you so much for the support a little overwhelmed!

You look strong, beautiful, and healthy. Keep working on self-love and self-acceptance. For example, when the thought pops in your head that your legs are wobbly remind yourself that they are healthy and feminine and remember all the amazing things those legs do for you and places they take you. No matter how your body looks and when it inevitably changes and ages, self-love will take you far. Strength training for joints and health is a good idea. There a few strength videos on YouTube from XHIT daily that I like. Keep it up!

I’m so proud of you! My daughter is a recovering anorexic so I know how hard you have worked. You look amazing!

You look so much healthier. Strong is the new skinny!

F/18/5’5 [100lbs > 140lbs = 40lbs] (36 months) So this is a bit different than the usual but I’m really proud of myself and I hope it’s okay (Anorexia Recovery)

F/18/5’5 [100lbs > 140lbs = 40lbs] (36 months) So this is a bit different than the usual but I’m ...

You look great! So much healthier, definitely a glow about you now.

You look so much happier!

Never apologize for this. It’s something to be proud of. You look great, kid. Stay healthy, stay strong.

Progress pics are for progress pics. Congratulations on taking care of your body! You healthy and happy!

F/33/5'3" [215lbs > 135 lbs = 80 lbs] Can't believe I made this all by myself. 4 years.

F/33/5'3" [215lbs > 135 lbs = 80 lbs] Can't believe I made this all by myself. 4 years.

Of course not :-) At first I've decided to not over eat, only to my hunger. I've slacked the alcool. Than I've found My Fitness pal and began to log my calories. Lost about 45 lbs in 6 month, It was so much encouraging to see the number on the scale drop that much! In 2014 I' ve stopped it and took back on about 20 lbs (180 lbs) And finally, since this spring, I've found /sub/loseit and learn a lot of tricks and got some support for the long run. Now I still log everything I eat and plan to lose a final 15lbs. We will see :-) I've gained a lot of knowledge about nutrition and feel much better about my relationship with food. But I don't exercise. Maybe in the future :-) (sorry for my english, I speak french)

Awesome! I can’t believe how your body looks compared to the beginning of your journey. You look great :)

You look amazing! Very inspiring. Would you mind sharing some details on how you did it?

Thanks for the kind words :-)

M/20/5'4 [198 | 140 : 58lbs] (6 months) Grew out my hair too :)

M/20/5'4 [198 | 140 : 58lbs] (6 months) Grew out my hair too :)

How did you lose so much weight so quickly?

You look great. Congrats

WOW you’re super cute

Diet and exercise. Started with C25k and then started going to the gym after work.

F/21/5'5" [95lbs > 150lbs = +55lbs] (4 years) I finally recovered from anorexia

F/21/5'5" [95lbs > 150lbs = +55lbs] (4 years) I finally recovered from anorexia

What exercise did you do for your butt? It looks amazing.

You look absolutely phenomenal! Congratulations on defeating a horrid beast of a disorder. You are not just strong on the outside now, but on the inside too. And dang, girl, look at that booty! Nice! (in a non-threatening, female to female way!!)

So much better. I'm not exhausted all the time and don't have constant pain. I don't have anxiety when eating my favorite foods. I lift weights now and feel strong.

Thank you :) I usually do pelvic lifts and use the leg press.

F/31/5'7" [174.4 > 149.9 = 24.5 lbs.] (3 Months) I've nearly lost a Porkchop (he weighs 25 lbs.)!

F/31/5'7" [174.4 > 149.9 = 24.5 lbs.] (3 Months) I've nearly lost a Porkchop (he weighs 25 lbs.)!

I propose this sub adopt “Porkchops” as the official unit of weight measurements.

Great stuff you killed it.

great job you look amazing!!!

I absolutely agree. Thanks!

I've just counted calories ("CI<CO"). Yesterday I hit a 100-day streak on MFP. I swear by my little food scale. And I love my Fitbit, which encourages me to move more, even if it's all about the diet.

Try one of these subthreads