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  • InsanityFan1InsanityFan1 Posts: 36Member Member Posts: 36Member Member
    Wow. Awesome job...look great
  • jackiebartusjackiebartus Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
    January 2018 SW 235
    Hit goal weight of 150 November 2018
    CW 144
    I still can’t believe I did it! And that I’ve kept it off this long. I’m so proud of myself and I feel AMAZING! Best self-care I could have ever done. b62z2vkcmd4q.jpeg

    You have the most beautiful eyes EVER, even in your before pic--your eyes are just so, ummmmm, smiling and delightful. Your after pic is super wonderful--YAY you and BOOM!

    Thank you! I have lots more to smile about now ;)
  • gemiller87gemiller87 Posts: 99Member, Premium Member Posts: 99Member, Premium Member
    james5940 wrote: »
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    My heaviest was 240, and I'm down around 177 now. It's the healthiest I've felt in 20 years.

    I'm not jealous at all. Nope. Not a drop. :D Phenomenal work man! What's the time frame between pics and did you have to do any bulk/cut cycles after the initial weight loss to get there?

  • james5940james5940 Posts: 35Member Member Posts: 35Member Member
    gemiller87 wrote: »
    james5940 wrote: »
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    My heaviest was 240, and I'm down around 177 now. It's the healthiest I've felt in 20 years.

    I'm not jealous at all. Nope. Not a drop. :D Phenomenal work man! What's the time frame between pics and did you have to do any bulk/cut cycles after the initial weight loss to get there?

    thanks, the pic on the left was from about 10 years ago. I think the most progress has been this year though.

    The first 8 months I just ran/walked, and did pushups, situps and chinups. I started running further - reached a half marathon distance a couple of weeks ago. I was getting too lean, so I started using a Total Gym. Then I was still getting too lean, so I added free weights. But I'm still running and doing the pushups, situps, chinups and total gym.

    For food, I just eat a little less than my base and exercise total. and I try to eat healthier, but I love fast food - I'm not gonna lie lol

  • MrAcavanoMrAcavano Posts: 113Member Member Posts: 113Member Member
    james5940 wrote: »
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    My heaviest was 240, and I'm down around 177 now. It's the healthiest I've felt in 20 years.

    This is insane man. Great work. I need to see your food diary to know what you’re eating. Friend request sent.
  • james5940james5940 Posts: 35Member Member Posts: 35Member Member
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    Starting weight: 278 lbs
    Goal weight range: 163-167 lbs
    Lost a total of 115 lbs!! 🥰💪💕
    Been maintaining for 4 years now!!

    wow, this is amazing. Good job. I'm hoping I can maintain as well as you.
  • HufflepuffGrl9HufflepuffGrl9 Posts: 208Member Member Posts: 208Member Member
    james5940 wrote: »
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    Starting weight: 278 lbs
    Goal weight range: 163-167 lbs
    Lost a total of 115 lbs!! 🥰💪💕
    Been maintaining for 4 years now!!

    wow, this is amazing. Good job. I'm hoping I can maintain as well as you.

    Thank you so much!! 😃💖💕 You definitely can! Maintenance is definitely a journey in and of itself, with its own set of challenges sometimes, but it’s so worth it!! You got this!! 💪💪💪🤩🌟✨ My Fitness Pal helped me greatly while losing weight & has also helped me greatly while in maintenance!
  • Basana0909Basana0909 Posts: 10Member Member Posts: 10Member Member
    U guys and gals ROCK !!! Everyone looks amazing !! I’m so excited now after seeing these incredible transformations I cannot wait to post my before Nd afters !!!!!
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