lorrpb wrote: »
I lost 150 starting at age 59. It took 2 1/2 years and I’ve been maintaining for 2+. I’ve had goals in many areas in addition to the scale—fitness, new exercises, more weight, more reps, new recipes, new ingredients, walking steps, new routes, etc. I was always successful in a few areas at any point. I lost weight every month of my journey but not every day or every week.
There are lots of people on here who’ve lost a lot of weight and maintained. Read the success stories and learn from others.
Yes it’s a long hard rewarding journey. You are setting up habits for life, fo the process never really ends. Never going back to where I started. Now at 63 I’m in the best shape of my life and can do things I never even dreamed of before.
snooky211 wrote: »
Good luck with your plans...I can really identify with clothes as a motivating factor. Just wanted to wish you luck and I'm sure you will get loads of support on this site.
bigbandjohn wrote: »
I'm on the path myself. I'm about 290 down, with 30 to go in around 2 years. Best of luck to you!
Dakotacole13 wrote: »
I would love to help you on your journey. How can I help?
jasmineconley wrote: »
You read that right! I am looking for friends and partners to come with me on my 150 pound weight loss journey. I can't wait to meet you.
reflectionofme wrote: »
I'm in the same boat. When I started this journey in May I was at least double the weight I should of been. So my goal is to lose half my bodyweight, 135 lbs.
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