I’d say about halfway (:
This has taken me about 4 months, but i’m still not where i want to be! I go to the gym at least 5 times a week, and eat clean. (the best i can) Fitblr has defiantly been my best motivation!
Before and during. Yay me? :))
Still on the journey and this is not a result yet. I am 24 years old girl living in Indonesia. 170cm is my current height. And I am doing Insanity workout by Beachbody.
Anyone wants to be my workout buddy? :)
Left is July 2012 at 180 pounds and 5 foot 2, doing zero exercise and eating shit all day long. Right is April 2013 at 138 pounds, down 7% body fat and training for a 100 mile bike ride in September, and eating the healthiest diet I’ve ever had. Life is so different now! Diet strategy was weight watchers and I found out I am allergic to a lot of foods so I stopped eating those, which led to a gluten-free diet. Hasn’t been easy, but I’m so much healthier now!
Here’s an important fat loss fact: More exercise does not necessarily mean more results.
Kim’s advice: “I learned that sometimes you have to drag your ass to the gym, even if you don’t feel like going, and while the workout may be slow moving and uninspired at first, once you’re there it’s super easy to finish.”
24 years old - 5’6”
I tried to put together an accurate portrayal of my weight loss journey, but I didn’t take any measurements or many photos for most of it. I was so focused on getting healthy, I didn’t care what I looked like!
I managed to go from 215lbs, smoking, sick, and living off of fast food to 135lbs, active, healthy, and symptom free from a few “chronic” illnesses. I did this all on my own, at home, with lots of research.
I have cleared up my symptoms from LPR (silent reflux), Celiac disease, anxiety disorder, hormone imbalance, and alleviated my lower back pain.
It wasn’t fast or easy, but I am so grateful to be where I am now!
Work in progress. Same dress, a year apart. I didn’t start trying to lose weight until November, using Weight Watchers, swimming and the gym.
GW: 161lb (at least)
I started to grow uncomfortable with myself when i would look down.. I wanted to do something about it..
Definitely not done, and have been going at it since February of this year.. I’ve been feeling like its all been a waste and i was getting no where, until this picture! I wish i had been measuring!
I feel like giving up, A LOT, but never as much as i feel like continuing and achieving all i know i can. I never would have even started without all the inspiration of these before and after photos of all you wonderful people. :)
I’m working out 5 days a week, and cut down my portions as i used to just shove my face all the time.. Not a SUPER healthy eater by any means, but i’m trying and slowly getting there.
So, this is something I’ve been meaning to do for a long time. I’m really hesitate about doing this, but if this helps someone in some way, then I’ll do it. The left picture is when I was in my freshmen year of high school. The second is my senior year (current).
Being Native American left me eating absolutely horrible. But hey? Frybread is awesome! Tumblr helped me a lot in changing my ways as well as finding health and fitness. I’m not where I want to be, but I’m going to do my best to get there.
Feel free to follow . I’d love to follow some new people :)
The picture to the left is me at 244 the picture on the right is me at 189!!! I’m at 55 pounds lost and still going!!! I have lost it in seven months time!! Every time I have tried to loose before I gave up. This time I’m counting calories and exercising and that is the key to my success. This time I’m not going back!
I’m 5’3” and upon graduating high school in May 2009, I weighed in at 203 pounds. My weight started coming off gradually upon getting to college. I dropped 20 pounds my first semester without really trying- I think having to walk around campus so much was a huge help because before college, I lived an extremely sedentary lifestyle. The next few years were very up and down for me in terms of weight loss. I would do well for a month or so and then get sucked back into an unhealthy lifestyle for an even longer period of time before trying to get healthy again. The success I experienced was great, but the fact that it never lasted was very disheartening and frustrating.
I finally decided to make some major changes in my life - FOR GOOD - right before New Years 2013. I started Couch to 5K and learned to actually enjoy running for once in my life. I focused more on portion control and added more fruits and vegetables to my diet. I gave up pop a year or so ago and I drink a ridiculous amount of water. But most importantly, I learned that transforming your body is all in your head. If it’s something you really want, you CAN accomplish it. The only thing standing in your way is you.
I’ve still got a little ways to go, obviously. I’m determined to flatten that belly and tone the body that has been hiding underneath all that fat for so many years. I’m just very excited to see where the next few months will take me.
-Em, healthilyeverafter.tumblr.com :)
I started 12 weeks ago 17.8 I am now 15,2 , I just knew I had to do something , after my little girl I started to pile the pounds on due to me picking all the time , I dreaded nights out due to me knowing I wouldn’t find anything I liked to fit me , I look at it like if you have a choclate biscuit , you eat it for the taste not coz you need it so why have another once you have tasted , no need to go thru the full pack , also you gain alot more quicker than loose so I’m averaging three pound a week , what would I weigh now if I kept going on how I did , scary to think , it’s nice to have so much more energy and not be as tired with my little girl this is the main thing , I would reccomend slimming world to everyone wanting to loose , it’s not that some people don’t have will power it’s some people are ready to change and some are not , hope my story helps you :) x
Duration is about 2 months! Mostly just eating 5 times a day in small proportions and exercising.