20+ People Got What They Wanted, Even Though It Was Not Easy

20+ People Got What They Wanted, Even Though It Was Not Easy

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20+ People Got What They Wanted, Even Though It Was Not Easy

For many people, losing those annoying extra pounds can become a very difficult dream to achieve. But reality can be quite different, since it is totally possible if you are persistent. Of course, you have to make certain adjustments to your lifestyle, diet, and physical exercise. With time, you’ll not only be able to notice changes in your body, but also in your health. When that happens, you understand that all the effort and sacrifice was worth it.

In a Reddit thread, users shared their impressive results of being persistent in losing weight, and FineFinders made a compilation with some of their before and after photos.

1. “[250 — 135 =115 lbs] (2 years 9 months). I made it to goal weight!”

2. “[249 — 147= 102 lbs lost] Still have a long way to go, but I’m glad I started!”

3. “[210 lbs — 60 lbs = 150 lbs] After battling depression for many years, I found a new outlook on life in fitness and well-being.”

4. “[207 lbs — 82 lbs = 125 lbs] Perseverance is worth it.”

5. “[275 lbs — 149 lbs = 126 lbs] Not sure how much weight he lost, but we made progress together!!”

6. “[253 lbs — 77 lbs = 176 lbs] 11 months transformation. Face gains! I’m a new man.”

7. “[370 lbs — 100 lbs = 270 lbs] (9 months) WOOHOO I LOST 100 LBS!!!!”

8. “[300 lbs — 95 lbs = 205 lbs] More confident and I still have a ways to go, but I can finally say I’m proud of myself.”

9. “[213 — 83 = 130] Halloween: enabling me to horrify my children more than monsters ever could. Stay safe tonight!”

10. “[315 lbs — 90 lbs = 225 lbs] (2 years) Been hesitant to post. Didn’t do anything odd, stopped eating out (as much), no alcohol, little exercise, portion control. Still zero self-esteem but it’s a start.”

11. “[289 — 155 = 134 lbs lost] It’s hard to believe that both of these pictures are of me!”

12. “[419 lbs — 206 lbs = 213 lbs] 3 years, no short cuts.”

13. “[245 — 198 = 47 lbs lost] I regained 10 lbs, but have managed to get back on track and am back in Onederland! I’ve still got a way to go, but am feeling reenergized and re-motivated!💖”

14. “[134.9 kg — 82.4 kg = 52.5 kg lost] Face gains”

15. “[308 lbs — 165 lbs = 143 lbs lost] 2018 vs 2020.”

16. “[108 kg — 87 kg = 21 kg lost] Needed an updated LinkedIn picture and realized how far I have come!”

17. “[209 lbs — 162 lbs = 47 lbs lost] (2 years) I was looking back at some old pictures and comparing them to some I just took. I didn’t think my face had changed that much, but GOOD GOD… my face and my waist just absolutely BLEW MY MIND!”

18. “[215 lbs — 185 lbs = 30 lbs lost] (5 months) Face progress. Started lifting weights 6 days a week back in May, with some cardio here and there. Mainly just focused on being in a calorie deficit for my diet. Still can’t believe how far I have come.”

19. “[160 lbs — 130 lbs = 30 lbs lost] Exactly one year apart Sep. 2019 to 2020.”

20. “[310 lbs −180 lbs = 130 lbs lost] This is about 4 years of progress from September 2016 to now. A picture for every year 😁”

21. “[250 lbs — 185 lbs = 65 lbs lost] First time in a romper and feeling great! 30 lbs to goal weight.”

Do you know anyone who has experienced a change similar to the ones above? Or perhaps you managed to lose a lot of weight and now look different? Tell us your story in the comment section.

Preview photo credit MellowXMallow / Reddit