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Got my first 3D scan today – reflection, thoughts, and an unflattering photo. [34/F, 5’2, CW: 188 1st GW: 163]

[ad_1] I just learned that my gym membership (Golds) now includes a fitness profile and a monthly 3D scan for all members so I decided to get one today. While my body fat percentage was high (31.4%) it was just barely at-risk and I honestly expected it would be much higher. So one short term goal ...
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Adrian Ballinger on Becoming the Fourth American to Climb K2 and Everest Without Supplemental Oxygen

K2 is a beast of a mountain, hence its nickname the “Savage Mountain.” It may not be as tall as Everest, but it is much more difficult, technical, and deadly climb to its 28,251-foot summit. “With or without oxygen, it has such a low success rate and high fatality rate,” says climber Adrian ...
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Weight Loss Update: 438 lbs to 238 lbs in 1 year. 200 pounds down naturally with diet and exercise.

[ad_1] Before And After Picture (438 lbs to 238 lbs) This week I have weighed in at 238 LBS, which officially puts me at a total loss of exactly 200 pounds! A lot of hard work and dedication has led me to where I am today, and although I’m still not finished my journey (~ 20-30ish pounds to lose...
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Day 1? Starting your weight loss journey on Monday, 05 August 2019? Start here!

[ad_1] Today is your Day 1? Welcome to r/Loseit! So you aren’t sure of how to start? Don’t worry! “How do I get started?” is our most asked question. r/Loseit has helped our users lose over 1,000,000 recorded pounds and these are the steps that we’ve found most useful for getting started...
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After 8 months of lurking wanted to show my progress! 374 down to 299 Finally below 300!

[ad_1] I started my journey on Dec 1st, 2018 at my highest weight of 374lbs. I decided that I was tired of not liking what I saw in the mirror and wanted to change for the better. I did a bunch of research on my own and used a lot of people's posts on this subreddit to both inspire and guide ...