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  • PAFC84
    PAFC84 Posts: 1,869 Member
    s7gee wrote: »
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    Not a success yet. But I’m on my way! I Still have along ways to go

    Its a success in that its working and you've clearly lost weight. Good work.
  • PAFC84
    PAFC84 Posts: 1,869 Member
    My 18 month journey. 221lbs in the first picture, currently at 182lb. Excuse the dumb face in the first picture... tae97gl95ob2.jpgivemkyeje4gn.jpg

    Great stuff
  • mattcurtis1297
    mattcurtis1297 Posts: 4 Member
    pogiguy05 wrote: »
    My 18 month journey. 221lbs in the first picture, currently at 182lb. Excuse the dumb face in the first picture... tae97gl95ob2.jpgivemkyeje4gn.jpg

    Always have to ask how tall are you? Great job and looking great

    I'm 6'1" and thank you. Still more work to do!
  • squat_smile_repeat
    squat_smile_repeat Posts: 439 Member
    mathdad41 wrote: »
    Before (March 15, 2017)
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    After (October 30, 2017)
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    What's your weight lifting workout routine?

    Oh wow that is an amazing transformation
  • Kerriann1083
    Kerriann1083 Posts: 54 Member
    Awesome !! Great work everyone:)
  • donaraye3
    donaraye3 Posts: 1 Member
    Nailah1109 wrote: »
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    5'2 - 168 - 110lbs in less than a year.

    wow!!! you look stunning.. what exercises did you do???

    Yes... yu look great... what did you do?
  • lesbarkhouse
    lesbarkhouse Posts: 29 Member
    mathdad41 wrote: »
    Before (March 15, 2017)
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    After (October 30, 2017)
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    What's your weight lifting workout routine?

    With any good routine, it involves the proper exercises with proper amount of reps per body part per week as well as muscle confusion at intervals. I suggest finding a good trainer (I can suggest a great online trainer I use(d) via PM if you like) if you aren't quite following what i'm saying. Oh and of course, it involves the proper nutrition and mindset!

    I've been doing everything from 3 sets of 10 sort of approach to sets of 20 and even 30 at different times. I personally love super-sets with little rest, but that's not for everyone.

    Something I'm not entirely proud of but worth noting... almost 0 cardio and can barely remember eating a vegetable in a long time... different things work for different people. I plan to change that up in the new year
  • pogiguy05
    pogiguy05 Posts: 1,583 Member
    First picture I was at least 188 pounds in 2007. Second picture is at current weight of 130 pounds. I started 2017 at 161 pounds and will hit my goal weight of 120 in 2018. I am 59 years old and 5'2".

    Wow totally different person awesome work
  • pogiguy05
    pogiguy05 Posts: 1,583 Member
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    20 pounds till goal

    Awesome and looking great keep up the work
  • pogiguy05
    pogiguy05 Posts: 1,583 Member
    pogiguy05 wrote: »
    My 18 month journey. 221lbs in the first picture, currently at 182lb. Excuse the dumb face in the first picture... tae97gl95ob2.jpgivemkyeje4gn.jpg

    Always have to ask how tall are you? Great job and looking great

    I'm 6'1" and thank you. Still more work to do!

    Yeh I am 5'10" and currently 208lbs trying to get to 180lbs myself. I have not seen 170 well since I was like in my teens. :D