beforeandafterfatlosspics:

healthculturehappy
It’s hard to believe the left is me at 89kg (196lbs) and the right is me now at about 58kg (127lbs) (179cm)!
Hard work and dedication really pays off, I can’t stress enough!

beforeandafterfatlosspics:

It’s hard to believe the left is me at 89kg (196lbs) and the right is me now at about 58kg (127lbs) (179cm)!

Hard work and dedication really pays off, I can’t stress enough!

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findyourinnerathlete:

Hello to all you lovelies!! So I have failed to post a progress pic this year and have been promising one for a long time now, so FINALLY it is here!! It has been over a year since I decided to start my fitness journey and what a journey has it been. I have grown so much as a person since then, physically and even more mentally. I have learned to accept those things that I cannot change and to take action to transform those things that I can and want to change. I completely revised the way I looked at food; it is not my enemy, it is my fuel and my nourishment and how my body feels and performs largely depends on what I give it as energy. I have also learned not to let the scale determine my goals and my progress. As you can see my weight is exactly the same as my weight a year ago and my body clearly looks different from then. Remember that weight does not determine fitness or healthiness at all. 
I love you all so much. This community has taught me so much about not only how to get healthy, but to stay healthy. You guys are my inspiration and my drive and I will never be able to thank you enough. Whenever you feel like it is too hard or that things are moving too slowly, remember that we have all been there and that it is fine to feel like that, but don’t let that control you and keep going! :)
And, for those of you who are interested in following my fitness journey, you can follow me by clicking here. 
Love you all!
Stay beautiful, 
- Alejandro

findyourinnerathlete:

Hello to all you lovelies!! So I have failed to post a progress pic this year and have been promising one for a long time now, so FINALLY it is here!! It has been over a year since I decided to start my fitness journey and what a journey has it been. I have grown so much as a person since then, physically and even more mentally. I have learned to accept those things that I cannot change and to take action to transform those things that I can and want to change. I completely revised the way I looked at food; it is not my enemy, it is my fuel and my nourishment and how my body feels and performs largely depends on what I give it as energy. I have also learned not to let the scale determine my goals and my progress. As you can see my weight is exactly the same as my weight a year ago and my body clearly looks different from then. Remember that weight does not determine fitness or healthiness at all. 

I love you all so much. This community has taught me so much about not only how to get healthy, but to stay healthy. You guys are my inspiration and my drive and I will never be able to thank you enough. Whenever you feel like it is too hard or that things are moving too slowly, remember that we have all been there and that it is fine to feel like that, but don’t let that control you and keep going! :)

And, for those of you who are interested in following my fitness journey, you can follow me by clicking here

Love you all!

Stay beautiful, 

- Alejandro

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moronicgirl:

Like seriously!  My face has slimmed down so much since October! This dress fits differently like my chest tattoo shows through the hole differently, and my boobs look huge in comparison to my body now which rules. If anything I thought they’d be getting smaller (which I’d be fine with) but as of right now they’re still the same size even though I’ve lost 33 pounds throughout the rest of my body.
Consistently pleasing myself :’) Sorrynotsorry for showing off my progress basically every day.

moronicgirl:

Like seriously!
My face has slimmed down so much since October! This dress fits differently like my chest tattoo shows through the hole differently, and my boobs look huge in comparison to my body now which rules. If anything I thought they’d be getting smaller (which I’d be fine with) but as of right now they’re still the same size even though I’ve lost 33 pounds throughout the rest of my body.

Consistently pleasing myself :’)
Sorrynotsorry for showing off my progress basically every day.

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busytraining:

frutinimotivational:

itsme-quel:

First and only before and after photo I think I’ll ever post but ten months of (somewhat) clean eating, exercise and a positive lifestyle led to this, so far. I’ll always have thick thighs and broad shoulders but what I could change, I did. Definitely isn’t easy but totally worth it!! 😄 #transformation #byebyefat #showingthismakesmeanxious

amaizing :D

amazing, you go girl

busytraining:

frutinimotivational:

itsme-quel:

First and only before and after photo I think I’ll ever post but ten months of (somewhat) clean eating, exercise and a positive lifestyle led to this, so far. I’ll always have thick thighs and broad shoulders but what I could change, I did. Definitely isn’t easy but totally worth it!! 😄 #transformation #byebyefat #showingthismakesmeanxious

amaizing :D

amazing, you go girl

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beforeandafterfatlosspics:

kenzoufit
170 cmBefore weight : 100kgActual weight : 67kg
I did the French low GI diet (you can eat everything under 50 glycemic index and when you eat Some fat you can’t eat something with more than 35 glycemic index). Workout is Aquacycling (for my thights) running, Insanity and now T25. It took me 18monts to loose 33kg. I also discovered that I was lactose and gluten intolerant . I have therefore banished these two from my diet. Weight loss was quite fast after that. Still have a lot of work to be where i want to but i will Never give up 😊

beforeandafterfatlosspics:

kenzoufit

170 cm
Before weight : 100kg
Actual weight : 67kg

I did the French low GI diet (you can eat everything under 50 glycemic index and when you eat Some fat you can’t eat something with more than 35 glycemic index).
Workout is Aquacycling (for my thights) running, Insanity and now T25. It took me 18monts to loose 33kg.
I also discovered that I was lactose and gluten intolerant . I have therefore banished these two from my diet. Weight loss was quite fast after that.
Still have a lot of work to be where i want to but i will Never give up 😊

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