Just Do It – Another Weight loss success story – Very Inspiring
Aren’t these amazing before and after pics? Lindsay has lost 117 pounds. She peaked out at 289 pounds after giving birth to her third child. It took her 2 years to lose the weight. She plateaued for a few years after that but is now determined to lose another 15 pounds.
A Brief History
I weighed in at 289 6 months after giving birth to my 3rd baby in 2005. It all started with my fear of getting diabetes. I was 21 years old and unhealthy and totally unfit. I embarked on my weight loss journey, with a family challenge of the biggest loser.
I started my journey with a simple 30 minutes of cardio 5 days a week. I was so driven, I never missed. I knew surgery wasn’t for me, or pills or weird diets. I WANTED TO DO IT ON MY OWN!!!!! I ate relatively healthy, but let’s be honest relatively healthy at that time was VERY healthy to my body.
Another Weight loss success story – BEFORE at 289
Another Weight loss success story – AFTER at 167
It was such a good feeling to see the numbers on the scale drop so quickly at the start. As I got to the point where I needed to up my workouts with extra help, I took some weight training classes and group fitness classes at the local gym.
JUST DO IT!
Another Weight loss success story
I was able to lose a total of 122 pounds in about 2 years. I have maintained a 112 pound weight loss for 4 years!!! I am now at the point in my journey with new goals that I would like to accomplish on this never ending ever changing adventure.
One of my biggest regrets is not blogging or logging my previous weight loss accomplishments. Therefore I invite you to follow me on my way to losing 25 pounds and training for a half marathon in August and a relay race in September.
(information from Weight Loss Success stories – //weight-loss-story.blogspot.com/)
Disclaimer: It is strongly recommended to consult your doctor for professional advice. Above mentioned information and recommendations are just general and should be adapted to each person according to personal health indicators and status.