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I’ve been super self conscious for as long as I remember. But I’m happy to say, 38 pounds down and I’m feeling pretty good. I still have a ways to go, but I’m actually becoming happy now.

[ad_1] Started the New Year off at about 295. With the help of my best friend, I decided enough was enough and started eating healthier. I'm now down to about 258 and still losing it. I started going back to the gym last month and running at least two miles every night after work. I figured I...
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Short girl problems, or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the run

[ad_1] What up r/loseit! Where are my shorties? Step right up and share the low TDEE pain! After more than 2.5 years, I finally hit my goal weight today, so I'm here to talk about that long slooooow path to get there, and hopefully hear from my fellow short girls about their loseit journeys. ...
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6 months of Progress 273>204 = 69 lbs lost. what happened, and what I did

[ad_1] Progression through the 26 weeks Height: 5 feet 9 inches ; 176 cm SW: 273 lbs ; 123.8 kg CW: 204.0 lbs ; 92.55 kg GW1: 202 lbs ; 91.6 kg (this transitions me from Obese to Overweight BMI-wise) I started the journey on Jan 29 this year, but started calorie counting on Feb 1 with MyFitnessP...
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Day 1? Starting your weight loss journey on Sunday, 11 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...