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A big moment for me and my weight loss journey

A big moment for me and my weight loss journey

Jul 26, 2020

F/24/5’4 [226lbs > 152lbs = 74lbs lost] Here I am, 14 months later, with my signed contract to join the US Army. I finally met the weight/height requirements and I couldn’t be happier. I still have a ways to go but this a big moment for me and my weight loss journey!

My decision to join the Army is one I made with great pride and understanding. I come from a large military family and this is something I’ve wanted to do my whole life. I know the pros/cons and am very familiar with the military culture and lifestyle! Please do not post negative comments about the military because this isn’t about the military— it’s about me reaching a huge milestone in my weight loss journey! I’m not trying to change anyone’s mind but there are more appropriate subs for that. More importantly, for the people getting downvoted for wishing me luck in my career; thank you so much for your words, I see you and I appreciate you so much! :)


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My weight loss journey for 4 years

My weight loss journey for 4 years

Jul 25, 2020

F/25/5’7” [275lbs>180lbs= 95lbs down!] I’ve been on my weight loss journey for 4 years now ! I love the skin I’m in and I’m proud of my progress. I hope this post inspires someone today✨

I do IF and I workout 3-4 times a week, I do a mix of cardio and strength training. I hit a plateau last summer. I gained about 30 pounds and I was working out like 6 days a week and nothing…. so I incorporated more lifting and I switched from 16:8 IF everyday to 20:4 IF 4 days a week. After I changed my IF hours and began lifting is when I saw my weight drop anddd I stopped working out like crazy which just helped me mentally adjust my goals and expectations.

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