Countdown to end of Summer: days left!

fit-beginnings submitted:
5’7
Before(left): 182
During(right): 155
It only took be about 6 months to lose most of the weight, but I’ve been constantly improving myself for the past three years.  The only thing that truly helped me lose weight was staying positive.  If you can find an exercise that you genuinely enjoy, keep at it! I pinky promise the weight will take care of itself.

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5’7

Before(left): 182

During(right): 155

It only took be about 6 months to lose most of the weight, but I’ve been constantly improving myself for the past three years.  The only thing that truly helped me lose weight was staying positive.  If you can find an exercise that you genuinely enjoy, keep at it! I pinky promise the weight will take care of itself.

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jennetalia submitted:
Left: Jan 15th, 162 lbs (highest)
Right: July 1st, 152 lbs
Height: 5’6”
I was stuck for a long time. After doing the advocate challenge with my parents, we changed most of our eating habits, switched everything to whole wheat, whole grain, or low fat. No more creamy dressings or sauce, no more fried food… and PORTION CONTROL! 

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Left: Jan 15th, 162 lbs (highest)

Right: July 1st, 152 lbs

Height: 5’6”

I was stuck for a long time. After doing the advocate challenge with my parents, we changed most of our eating habits, switched everything to whole wheat, whole grain, or low fat. No more creamy dressings or sauce, no more fried food… and PORTION CONTROL! 

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My first day of college I weight 230 pounds.(Top Left) May of the next year when school got out I weighed 270 pounds.(Bottom Left) Eighteen months later I weight 165 pounds.(Right) I decided to start eating sizable portions of food and I also decided to start collecting gym equipment at my house. It makes you feel extremely guilty if you have work out equipment in front of your face all the time ad know you want/need to change but don’t use it. Eventually that guilt will over come and you will start to use it.

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My first day of college I weight 230 pounds.(Top Left) May of the next year when school got out I weighed 270 pounds.(Bottom Left) Eighteen months later I weight 165 pounds.(Right) I decided to start eating sizable portions of food and I also decided to start collecting gym equipment at my house. It makes you feel extremely guilty if you have work out equipment in front of your face all the time ad know you want/need to change but don’t use it. Eventually that guilt will over come and you will start to use it.

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uniqueqt2 submitted:
Just recently I mustered the strength to push myself forward with my weight loss.  I have been on the journey for quite sometime but never gave my all and took frequent breaks of leisure yet ended up crying because I didn’t see changes.
I purchased a website and decided to document my weight loss successes and failures because I would like others to see that their journey doesn’t have to be perfect to get where they are going.  They don’t need pills, surgery, or a miracle to blossom into the person God intended for them to be.
The photo on the left was taken in the Summer of 2013; however, it is exactly how I looked when I started to transform my life 3 months ago.  The picture on the right is me now.
Numbers:
Height: 5’3”
HW: 240
CW:188
GW:150
UGL:120-130s I haven’t decided
Time period for change:  It took me less than three months to go from looking like picture 1 on the left to looking like picture 2 on the right
Diet and Exercise Strategy: Visit me at www.thechroniclesofchubby.com to see how I figure it all out :)

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Just recently I mustered the strength to push myself forward with my weight loss.  I have been on the journey for quite sometime but never gave my all and took frequent breaks of leisure yet ended up crying because I didn’t see changes.

I purchased a website and decided to document my weight loss successes and failures because I would like others to see that their journey doesn’t have to be perfect to get where they are going.  They don’t need pills, surgery, or a miracle to blossom into the person God intended for them to be.

The photo on the left was taken in the Summer of 2013; however, it is exactly how I looked when I started to transform my life 3 months ago.  The picture on the right is me now.

Numbers:

Height: 5’3”

HW: 240

CW:188

GW:150

UGL:120-130s I haven’t decided

Time period for change:  It took me less than three months to go from looking like picture 1 on the left to looking like picture 2 on the right

Diet and Exercise Strategy: Visit me at www.thechroniclesofchubby.com to see how I figure it all out :)

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felicitasananas submitted:
This is more kind of a before and during, I am 164 cm / 5 ft 4. :)
On the left in August 2013 I am 78kg / 171 lbs, just after my year abroad, where I gained 15 kg (it was still awesome :D). On the right I am 66 kg /145 lbs in April 2014, but I’m a little bit stuck now, so I thought Id post this as a motivation to lose the last 10 kgs. 
Till I broke my arm whilst skating 3 weeks ago, I worked out 5-6 times a week (2-3x soccer, 2-3x running, 2x gym (weights + cardio) (since it got wormer, I ran more often and skipped gym from time to time cause running gives mer this extra kick) :). I drink a lot 2 litres+ and eat between 1600-2200 cals/day.

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This is more kind of a before and during, I am 164 cm / 5 ft 4. :)

On the left in August 2013 I am 78kg / 171 lbs, just after my year abroad, where I gained 15 kg (it was still awesome :D). On the right I am 66 kg /145 lbs in April 2014, but I’m a little bit stuck now, so I thought Id post this as a motivation to lose the last 10 kgs. 

Till I broke my arm whilst skating 3 weeks ago, I worked out 5-6 times a week (2-3x soccer, 2-3x running, 2x gym (weights + cardio) (since it got wormer, I ran more often and skipped gym from time to time cause running gives mer this extra kick) :). I drink a lot 2 litres+ and eat between 1600-2200 cals/day.

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livelovehealthy91 submitted:
Four years apart, down 70 lbs. I did struggle with an eating disorder initially but now I have kept the weight off by eating healthy and exercising :) I strongly believe in self-love at every single size.
I am 5’2”! I exercise and eat healthy most of the time but I treat myself too :) It’s all about balance.

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Four years apart, down 70 lbs. I did struggle with an eating disorder initially but now I have kept the weight off by eating healthy and exercising :) I strongly believe in self-love at every single size.

I am 5’2”! I exercise and eat healthy most of the time but I treat myself too :) It’s all about balance.

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aock2908 submitted:
Hi my name is Angel and I have struggled with my body ALL OF MY LIFE (I am now 30 years old!) 
From the time I was 11 I had very full hips and wide thighs. I was an Australian size 14 (USA 10) when I was 12! And here I remained until I was around 18… When I dropped down to a size 6… I was happy for a few years and then my weight started creeping up… When I was 26 I hit 68kgs (140 pounds). This may not sound CRAZY f but it was all concentrated in my legs- I was very bottom heavy! And I hated every minute of it- I couldn’t wear a knee length skirt and feel attractive! Pants and jeans were a nightmare and I was continuously envious of my thin petite friends in their tiny denim shorts and mini skirts… . I never hated them or wanted to put them down, but I longed for the feeling of sexiness they felt.
When I was 29 I decided I could not keep lying to myself that I was “attractive the way I was”- no I wasn’t. I had dimpled thighs, couldn’t wear a bikini for shit and suffered from envy and self disgust.
Here is the worst part: I have never in my life eaten like a pig. My weight problems, in my opinion, were related to genetics and fat distribution. At my fattest I had a 25 inch waist a flat tummy, along with B cup breasts. However my ass and thighs were a domain of their own - I was bursting our of my size 12 (USA 8) pants, as I could not bring myself to go up a size. I put it down to my Italian background… In all seriousness, through my 20s I never ate to excess, I was never considered a “big eater”- it was just a particular body structure that did not balance weight.
Here are my stats:
-Height: 168 cm-Weight in both before & after
Start weight: 140 Pounds
Current: 118 pounds-How long did it take you?
7 months-Diet and exercise strategy?
Low calories (1100 calls per day) and exercising 3-4 times weekly (mostly yoga, power walking, pilates and gym sessions)
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Hi my name is Angel and I have struggled with my body ALL OF MY LIFE (I am now 30 years old!) 

From the time I was 11 I had very full hips and wide thighs. I was an Australian size 14 (USA 10) when I was 12! And here I remained until I was around 18… When I dropped down to a size 6… I was happy for a few years and then my weight started creeping up… When I was 26 I hit 68kgs (140 pounds). This may not sound CRAZY f but it was all concentrated in my legs- I was very bottom heavy! And I hated every minute of it- I couldn’t wear a knee length skirt and feel attractive! Pants and jeans were a nightmare and I was continuously envious of my thin petite friends in their tiny denim shorts and mini skirts… . I never hated them or wanted to put them down, but I longed for the feeling of sexiness they felt.

When I was 29 I decided I could not keep lying to myself that I was “attractive the way I was”- no I wasn’t. I had dimpled thighs, couldn’t wear a bikini for shit and suffered from envy and self disgust.

Here is the worst part: I have never in my life eaten like a pig. My weight problems, in my opinion, were related to genetics and fat distribution. At my fattest I had a 25 inch waist a flat tummy, along with B cup breasts. However my ass and thighs were a domain of their own - I was bursting our of my size 12 (USA 8) pants, as I could not bring myself to go up a size. I put it down to my Italian background… In all seriousness, through my 20s I never ate to excess, I was never considered a “big eater”- it was just a particular body structure that did not balance weight.

Here are my stats:

-Height: 168 cm

-Weight in both before & after

Start weight: 140 Pounds

Current: 118 pounds

-How long did it take you?

7 months

-Diet and exercise strategy?

Low calories (1100 calls per day) and exercising 3-4 times weekly (mostly yoga, power walking, pilates and gym sessions)



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turitoro submitted:
EVERYTHING HAS BEEN WRITTEN IN THE PICTURE

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EVERYTHING HAS BEEN WRITTEN IN THE PICTURE

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whoisanny submitted:
-Height: 5’7”  (169cm)-Weight before: 61kg /135 pounds
-Weight after: 52kg/ 115 pounds
-Time: 4 months
-Strategy:
I tried so hard losing weight and eating clean and nothing fucking worked!! Maybe it was my lack of willpower or just my body. Eventually i gave up and started to eat looots of chocolate (30gr per day) again and just went back to the normal amount of school and leisure sport again (6 hours but not really hardcore sport but having fun with friends). Lo and behold, i just started to lose weight. 
Losing weight doesn’t always mean working out and eating clean. Sometimes it’s more important to be happy and have fun. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself, things will come in time! ♡♡♡

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-Height: 5’7”  (169cm)

-Weight before: 61kg /135 pounds

-Weight after: 52kg/ 115 pounds

-Time: 4 months

-Strategy:

I tried so hard losing weight and eating clean and nothing fucking worked!! Maybe it was my lack of willpower or just my body. Eventually i gave up and started to eat looots of chocolate (30gr per day) again and just went back to the normal amount of school and leisure sport again (6 hours but not really hardcore sport but having fun with friends). Lo and behold, i just started to lose weight. 

Losing weight doesn’t always mean working out and eating clean. Sometimes it’s more important to be happy and have fun. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself, things will come in time! 

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The most I have ever weighed was somewhere above 230lbs. I stopped weighing once I hit around 235lbs because I couldn’t bare to see the numbers. I know I gained more weight after this but didn’t step on a scale for a few more months. I was (and still am!) 5’3 and was 18 years old when I decided to change my life. I purchased a bike and cut fast food and whiskey out of my life. Chicken became a staple in my daily diet and I began riding my bike a mile a day. I slowly got up to 4-5 miles a day before work. I weighed myself finally at 189lbs. The scale just set up camp at this weight and I feared I would never lose any more. My goal weight was 160lbs for starters and I knew I would work harder to get the rest afterwards. I began pushing hard after a few weeks of staying 189lbs and eventually made it to 160lbs. It was the best feeling ever to see the scale finally reach my goal!!!!!!!
I have drastically changed my life since the days of being over 230lbs. I am now working towards tilting the scale beneath 150lbs (My FINAL goal is 143 and then to maintain that weight). I have become an avid jogger and regularly cycle 10+ miles at a time. I’ve currently gotten below 160lbs but it isn’t easy. I love my new lifestyle. :)

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The most I have ever weighed was somewhere above 230lbs. I stopped weighing once I hit around 235lbs because I couldn’t bare to see the numbers. I know I gained more weight after this but didn’t step on a scale for a few more months. I was (and still am!) 5’3 and was 18 years old when I decided to change my life. I purchased a bike and cut fast food and whiskey out of my life. Chicken became a staple in my daily diet and I began riding my bike a mile a day. I slowly got up to 4-5 miles a day before work. I weighed myself finally at 189lbs. The scale just set up camp at this weight and I feared I would never lose any more. My goal weight was 160lbs for starters and I knew I would work harder to get the rest afterwards. I began pushing hard after a few weeks of staying 189lbs and eventually made it to 160lbs. It was the best feeling ever to see the scale finally reach my goal!!!!!!!

I have drastically changed my life since the days of being over 230lbs. I am now working towards tilting the scale beneath 150lbs (My FINAL goal is 143 and then to maintain that weight). I have become an avid jogger and regularly cycle 10+ miles at a time. I’ve currently gotten below 160lbs but it isn’t easy. I love my new lifestyle. :)

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-Height: 5’3 and  a bit (163cm)-Weight before: 65kg /143 pounds
-Weight after: 55kg/ 121 pounds
-Waist Before: 34inches  -Waist after: 27 inches !!!   *I know this might seem quite average for some of you but I have dropped 2/3 trouser sizes which is thrilling if I’m honest :)
-How long did it take you: 4 months-Exercise: Running 4 times a week, starting at 1km and now all the way at 6.5km, yoga everyday for 20 minutes, zumba and ballet once a week, circuits 3 times a week, ALL Jillian Michaels video’s ever.
- Diet: No sweets, chocolate, crisps etc for the first 6 weeks of initial weight loss, then began allowing in a few treats and concentrating on healthy, wholesome food, which cut out white carbs, sugary drinks and trying to eat more protein (usually a 1200 calorie or more eating day with 200-600 burned every day)
I am very happy and much more healthy then before, and I hope to get that flat stomach I have always dreamed of :) I am currently helping my sister start her weight loss journey and so I’m working through 2 of Jillians workouts a day with her- to all of you who are on your journey - goodluck!


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-Height: 5’3 and  a bit (163cm)

-Weight before: 65kg /143 pounds

-Weight after: 55kg/ 121 pounds

-Waist Before: 34inches  -Waist after: 27 inches !!!   *I know this might seem quite average for some of you but I have dropped 2/3 trouser sizes which is thrilling if I’m honest :)


-How long did it take you: 4 months

-Exercise: Running 4 times a week, starting at 1km and now all the way at 6.5km, yoga everyday for 20 minutes, zumba and ballet once a week, circuits 3 times a week, ALL Jillian Michaels video’s ever.

- Diet: No sweets, chocolate, crisps etc for the first 6 weeks of initial weight loss, then began allowing in a few treats and concentrating on healthy, wholesome food, which cut out white carbs, sugary drinks and trying to eat more protein (usually a 1200 calorie or more eating day with 200-600 burned every day)

I am very happy and much more healthy then before, and I hope to get that flat stomach I have always dreamed of :) I am currently helping my sister start her weight loss journey and so I’m working through 2 of Jillians workouts a day with her- to all of you who are on your journey - goodluck!

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heyyypresto submitted:
Before (left): 168lbs
During (right): 133lbs
Height: 5”4 
The pictures on the left were taken in September 2012 whilst I was on holiday. Before this point I had had serious issues with my relationship with food. I would go through phases of rapidly losing a stone in a matter of weeks then every time I would gain it back, and more. The before photos show me at the highest weight I ever reached and the point where I decided that what I was doing to my body was wrong. After that I did very little to lose weight over the following year, I did stop being so restrictive though and naturally dropped around 7lbs. 
After still realising that I had an unhealthy lifestyle and was damaging my body in September 2013 I got a gym membership and started seeing a personal trainer. Since then she has opened my eyes to a whole new type of lifestyle, I now love to train 3-5 times a week and eating clean. Yes, I still eat a few too many things that aren’t as nutritious as they could be but I don’t beat myself up about these things, I am making this change for life and it is not some sort of fad diet.
So this brings us to the photos on the right, taken June 2014. I have lost 35lbs at this point and even though I still have things to work on and I have some hang ups that will take a lot longer to change my mindset about, I am on the right path. Sometimes I forget that but, looking at the contrast in these holiday photos it reminds me that I have come a very long way and that I can still go even further with enough hard work and perseverance.
http://heyyypresto.tumblr.com/

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Before (left): 168lbs

During (right): 133lbs

Height: 5”4 

The pictures on the left were taken in September 2012 whilst I was on holiday. Before this point I had had serious issues with my relationship with food. I would go through phases of rapidly losing a stone in a matter of weeks then every time I would gain it back, and more. The before photos show me at the highest weight I ever reached and the point where I decided that what I was doing to my body was wrong. After that I did very little to lose weight over the following year, I did stop being so restrictive though and naturally dropped around 7lbs. 

After still realising that I had an unhealthy lifestyle and was damaging my body in September 2013 I got a gym membership and started seeing a personal trainer. Since then she has opened my eyes to a whole new type of lifestyle, I now love to train 3-5 times a week and eating clean. Yes, I still eat a few too many things that aren’t as nutritious as they could be but I don’t beat myself up about these things, I am making this change for life and it is not some sort of fad diet.

So this brings us to the photos on the right, taken June 2014. I have lost 35lbs at this point and even though I still have things to work on and I have some hang ups that will take a lot longer to change my mindset about, I am on the right path. Sometimes I forget that but, looking at the contrast in these holiday photos it reminds me that I have come a very long way and that I can still go even further with enough hard work and perseverance.

http://heyyypresto.tumblr.com/

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thehealthycook submitted:
Hi my name is Rachel  and this is my before and after photo from losing 40+ pounds. I was reluctant and afraid to submit this at first because my past is something I always been embarrassed about, but overtime I learned that I shouldn’t be and it makes me the person I am today.
Now here is my story.  (Sorry if this is long and to read the more in depth/longer version, click here) 
I was born in California and was always a skinny kid. Being a twin and born too early, my sister and I were naturally underweight growing up. But soon things changed. At 13 years old, I stopped taking care of my self, I didn’t want to go to school, and the thought of death never left my head, and etc… My doctor thought I was depressed, so I was prescribed onto Prozac. It made my symptoms worse and I ate everything in the fridge and just couldn’t put food down. I was always hungry and could never get satisfied. I gained 40-50 pounds quickly and unhealthily. After a few months of being on Prozac, my parents switched up my medication. By then I was 14 years old. After many experiments with different anti-depressants,  they finally figured out what the heck is wrong with me. I have Bipolar (type 2). They switched my medication and instantly I became better and almost like my old self again. My binging stopped along with that. But while there isn’t a cure for bipolar, there is remission. With the right treatment, many people go for years - even decades - being symptom-free and that’s where I am now! :D
Getting to the weight loss part now… After the big change in me, I was 15 years old. During then, I decided to lose weight. According to the BMI chart, I was over weight and was affecting my health, so my doctor and parents were very supportive of this. It took me 6-7 months to 40-45 pounds, which is at a healthy rate for weight loss. People often ask me, “what is your secret?” and I’m just like “there is none! Weight loss isn’t magic.” I changed my lifestyle from being a coach potato and only eating junk/fast food to a nutritious wholesome diet. Along with having a good workout routine, drinking 8-9 cups of water a day, and being patient(results don’t happen overnight). People don’t often realize this, but nutrition plays a major role in weight loss and your body. I came a long way mentally and physically and I never been this happy. I went through some tough times, but I assure you, life does get better. (Also, I just turned 17 and been maintaining my weight for a year now if you’re wondering)
Lastly, If you have any questions or anything, you can check out my blog: thehealthycook.tumblr.com

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Hi my name is Rachel  and this is my before and after photo from losing 40+ pounds. I was reluctant and afraid to submit this at first because my past is something I always been embarrassed about, but overtime I learned that I shouldn’t be and it makes me the person I am today.

Now here is my story.  (Sorry if this is long and to read the more in depth/longer version, click here

I was born in California and was always a skinny kid. Being a twin and born too early, my sister and I were naturally underweight growing up. But soon things changed. At 13 years old, I stopped taking care of my self, I didn’t want to go to school, and the thought of death never left my head, and etc… My doctor thought I was depressed, so I was prescribed onto Prozac. It made my symptoms worse and I ate everything in the fridge and just couldn’t put food down. I was always hungry and could never get satisfied. I gained 40-50 pounds quickly and unhealthily. After a few months of being on Prozac, my parents switched up my medication. By then I was 14 years old. After many experiments with different anti-depressants,  they finally figured out what the heck is wrong with me. I have Bipolar (type 2). They switched my medication and instantly I became better and almost like my old self again. My binging stopped along with that. But while there isn’t a cure for bipolar, there is remission. With the right treatment, many people go for years - even decades - being symptom-free and that’s where I am now! :D

Getting to the weight loss part now… After the big change in me, I was 15 years old. During then, I decided to lose weight. According to the BMI chart, I was over weight and was affecting my health, so my doctor and parents were very supportive of this. It took me 6-7 months to 40-45 pounds, which is at a healthy rate for weight loss. People often ask me, “what is your secret?” and I’m just like “there is none! Weight loss isn’t magic.” I changed my lifestyle from being a coach potato and only eating junk/fast food to a nutritious wholesome diet. Along with having a good workout routine, drinking 8-9 cups of water a day, and being patient(results don’t happen overnight). People don’t often realize this, but nutrition plays a major role in weight loss and your body. I came a long way mentally and physically and I never been this happy. I went through some tough times, but I assure you, life does get better. (Also, I just turned 17 and been maintaining my weight for a year now if you’re wondering)

Lastly, If you have any questions or anything, you can check out my blog: thehealthycook.tumblr.com

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The yoga-appletree submitted:
Height: 5’7
before:167 lb
After:120 lb
I may have lost 50 pounds in 7 months, but I found yoga, running, healthy living and beauty in all the little things around me. I am so in love with the world and this new chance I’ve been giving at treating my sacred vessel with the love, respect and dignity it deserves.
:)
Come say hi!
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The yoga-appletree submitted:

Height: 5’7

before:167 lb

After:120 lb

I may have lost 50 pounds in 7 months, but I found yoga, running, healthy living and beauty in all the little things around me. I am so in love with the world and this new chance I’ve been giving at treating my sacred vessel with the love, respect and dignity it deserves.

:)

Come say hi!

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straw3erries-n-sunglasses submitted:
Here are my 30 Day Shred results!
Height: 5’5”
BW: 178 lbs
CW: 157 lbs
GW: 130 lbs
I highly recommend Jillian Michael’s 30 Day Shred, it helped get me back into a workout routine after having a baby, and I’m so happy with the results!  If I can do it after a baby 2 months ago, you can too! (I was also tracking 1400 calories / day throughout.)
I’m dedicating June to cardio, specifically running. Follow me for those results!!!

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Here are my 30 Day Shred results!

Height: 5’5”

BW: 178 lbs

CW: 157 lbs

GW: 130 lbs

I highly recommend Jillian Michael’s 30 Day Shred, it helped get me back into a workout routine after having a baby, and I’m so happy with the results!  If I can do it after a baby 2 months ago, you can too! (I was also tracking 1400 calories / day throughout.)

I’m dedicating June to cardio, specifically running. Follow me for those results!!!

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