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Officially lost 40 lbs, and for the first time in 16 years I can run a mile without stopping!

[ad_1] Weight loss over time graph M/33/5'10" Started at 232 lbs back in June/July of 2019. I had been between 225 and 230-ish since at least 2014. Long story short, I decided to take control of my life and for my 33rd birthday I wanted to lose at least 30 lbs. Managed 40 lbs so far! I&#...
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If you’re craving food, then distracting yourself may not be working. By being aware and accepting the thoughts that trigger us to consume we can make positive change happen for the long term

[ad_1] If you've tried cutting back on calories you know how difficult dealing with cravings can be. Most of the time we try to distract ourselves - but this can end up making them worse. By being present with our thinking and accepting the associated feeling we can break the connection betwe...
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I just finished 100 days of tracking my intake and following a meal plan. Lost about 35lbs total.

[ad_1] On February 14th, I started a youtube channel to make daily check-ins where I report what I ate and what exercise I did. For my 100th day, I decided to make a progression video; https://youtu.be/lEqXn6s34kw I plan on continuing my weightloss as well as documenting the process. If anyone wou...
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Huge milestone reached, thank you to r/loseit for all the inspiration! 5’9" M, 292 -> 172 in 9 months.

[ad_1] https://imgur.com/a/rQX2hyE - Before and after! Hi r/loseit, I just wanted to share a bit of my own progress. I've gotten so much inspiration and great advice from lurking on here that I was able to incorporate into my own weight loss journey. I've been a large guy for the longes...