Women 5'4 - 5"5 with results + Pictures
Incredible work and dedication. You're amazing.9
@hokulani1982, I never comment on anything but that progress you have made deserves a massive congratulations. Well done and keep it up.12
Boom wow that is amazing work!!!!2
Congratulations. You must feel really wonderful and proud of your achievement.0
Wow, you must be so proud of yourself and so you should be - that is fantastic. Well done.0
hokulani1982 wrote: »
Outstanding!! Thank You for the motivational quote!11
My weight loss has slowed in the last 2.5 months due to less stringent tracking of my food intake, but I'm back on it!
7 months in and I've lost 24 lbs, and definitely some inches 😁31
Looking for inspiration!0
angelgreathouse9 wrote: »
from 214lbs to 137lbs... took about 333 days... first 30days were locarb... but i gave up on that... but for 306 days now I've been tracking calories with MFP, and I LOVE MY RESULTS!!!
You are in an inspiration...I started a few weeks back similar weight ... have 8 off now ... amazing results and you have inspired me today to keep going and reach a similar goal.
thank you so much
lexbubbles Posts: 465 Member
186lb July 2018 // 140lb July 2020 // 5'5"
Finally got medicated for my ADHD in September 2018 at the ripe old age of 28 (!) and stopped mainlining sugar & caffeine all the time to try and make my brain work. Losing weight is no longer a constant uphill Sisyphean battle. Ain't science wonderful?
Currently 138lb so pretty close to my initial goal of 130 and I'll probably maitain there for a little while before heading down to 120
Exercise-wise I'm primarily a runner and always have been, although I have hypermobile ehlers-danlos syndrome so I shouldn't be a runner because my knees are only theoretically attached to the rest of me.25
lexbubbles wrote: »Currently 138lb so pretty close to my initial goal of 130 and I'll probably maitain there for a little while before heading down to 120
Exercise-wise I'm primarily a runner and always have been, although I have hypermobile ehlers-danlos syndrome so I shouldn't be a runner because my knees are only theoretically attached to the rest of me.
You look great, and congratulations on being a runner despite the theoretical knees!
Wow amazing results! How many calories is everyone currently eating? Also how do you all stay accurate with logging? Do you cook your own foods or do you eat out?0
9 months since I began my fitness journey. Wow, time flies! 160.2 lbs versus 131.8 lbs.
While I wish my results were more than they are, this is still pretty awesome! I mean, I only really started adding cardio this last month.
Dialing in my nutrition (not just be in a deficit), increased cardio, and progressing in my weightlifting for the next 3.5 months. See what I can do before my wedding! 😁23
I am 5'4" and my worst weight was 247lbs. I am now 218lbs however, it has been an uphill battle. I will succeed for a short while then platue and get emotionally fatigued, then the old comfort foods creep in breaking my motivation. I am 70 years old, with no support at home or in my community. As I am 90% vegan and 10% vegetarian, eating out with family and friends is down to boring plain salad with baked in jacket potatoe and cheese... as there are no restuarants near me that serve anything worth buying they call vegan. I find an over cooked plate of spaghetti with a couple of chopped mushrooms in it, smothered in what tastes like gravy absolutely horrific (Frankie & Bennies in Kings Lynn) plus paying 7.95 for that plate of slops made matters worse. It woud be nice to have some friendly support, someone to eat out with and places where they honour vegans with more tasty choices. Open to suggestions.14
I'm 5'4", though I'm sitting in these pics so you can't tell. I've gone from 165 to 134. Goal is 120.
I'm 5'4" and 55yo. 165lbs to 134.
EDIT: Sorry, I can't figure out how to delete this.3
lenac03 Posts: 46 Member
Hi folks. 5’4” here.
Left: January 21, 2019. 281 lbs.
Right: May 30, 2020. 171 lbs.
Almost time to take new pictures!56
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