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afoodiepatootie:

It has been a little while since I’ve done one of these. Here is my Transformation Tuesday. I work hard, I try not to make excuses, I eat clean, and I push myself. Hard work pays off. No one is perfect, your journey to a healthier you will be imperfect. You will stumble and fall and mess up. But getting up and wiping of the dust and getting back on track is what matters. Remember, we are what we repeatedly do.
Need some help? FitWithSami@gmail.com. **Debating starting a new challenge group soon based on interest. Email me if you want more info!

afoodiepatootie:

It has been a little while since I’ve done one of these. Here is my Transformation Tuesday. I work hard, I try not to make excuses, I eat clean, and I push myself. Hard work pays off. No one is perfect, your journey to a healthier you will be imperfect. You will stumble and fall and mess up. But getting up and wiping of the dust and getting back on track is what matters. Remember, we are what we repeatedly do.

Need some help? FitWithSami@gmail.com.
**Debating starting a new challenge group soon based on interest. Email me if you want more info!

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achangethatlasts:

My results the first time doing #t25 💪 left- 155 right-139. I didn’t see major changes until the third phase of the program, the biggest reason was I really focused on my diet! #vegan #fitness

achangethatlasts:

My results the first time doing #t25 💪 left- 155 right-139. I didn’t see major changes until the third phase of the program, the biggest reason was I really focused on my diet! #vegan #fitness

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ecstasy-and-euphoria 
The beginning of this year vs. now.
I am recovering from bulimia nervosa and this is what my recovery looks like. The image on the left is a result of years of abuse to my body and the right is a result of only months of loving it and myself. While I still have my bad days, I am getting better every day and feeling increasingly stronger within myself. My weight loss is a reflection of my state of mind and I am proud to be sharing it.
172cm / 5’8
SW: 78kg / 172lbs
CW: 66kg / 145lbs
GOAL: To be the best possible version of myself

 

The beginning of this year vs. now.

I am recovering from bulimia nervosa and this is what my recovery looks like. The image on the left is a result of years of abuse to my body and the right is a result of only months of loving it and myself. While I still have my bad days, I am getting better every day and feeling increasingly stronger within myself. My weight loss is a reflection of my state of mind and I am proud to be sharing it.

172cm / 5’8

SW: 78kg / 172lbs

CW: 66kg / 145lbs

GOAL: To be the best possible version of myself

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This is only a difference of 3 weeks! Imagine what you could do in 3 weeks! I started at the end of September. I’m 5 feet. I count my calories every single day and have a reward meal once a week. I weight lift 3 times a week with 30 minutes of cardio followed after and do an extra 3 days of cardio a week as well. So that’s 6 days a week I exercise. 
I’ve never been happy in my own body, being so tiny, every single pound shows. I just want to be confident and fit! I took my body picture because I was feeling really discouraged. It’s really hard to keep up with the exercise regimen and also eating very healthy. I never eat back my calories. I still felt like I looked the same as day 1, and I was pleasantly surprised with my results when I compared the two pictures. Progress pictures are so important! Remember to take pictures. You see yourself everyday and will never notice these changes. 
Before: 124 lbs.
During: 119 lbs.

Email Submission

This is only a difference of 3 weeks! Imagine what you could do in 3 weeks! I started at the end of September. I’m 5 feet. I count my calories every single day and have a reward meal once a week. I weight lift 3 times a week with 30 minutes of cardio followed after and do an extra 3 days of cardio a week as well. So that’s 6 days a week I exercise. 

I’ve never been happy in my own body, being so tiny, every single pound shows. I just want to be confident and fit! I took my body picture because I was feeling really discouraged. It’s really hard to keep up with the exercise regimen and also eating very healthy. I never eat back my calories. I still felt like I looked the same as day 1, and I was pleasantly surprised with my results when I compared the two pictures. Progress pictures are so important! Remember to take pictures. You see yourself everyday and will never notice these changes. 

Before: 124 lbs.

During: 119 lbs.

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obiwansmistress
Height: 5’8.
Highest weight: 206.
Current weight: 185.
I decided to do a different kind of before and after, I showed that I still have all these rolls and all this fat, especially when I sit down, but I have indeed gotten smaller. Sitting down is usually when I feel the worst about myself because of the fact that is when you can see all my stomach fat all scrunched together. It’s hard to look at the before picture, I remember seeing it and wanting to just disappear, I was so upset, but in the during picture, I might still be overweight and 55 pounds from my goal weight, but I feel so much better and so much more confident, and I even feel sexy at this weight.

Height: 5’8.

Highest weight: 206.

Current weight: 185.

I decided to do a different kind of before and after, I showed that I still have all these rolls and all this fat, especially when I sit down, but I have indeed gotten smaller. Sitting down is usually when I feel the worst about myself because of the fact that is when you can see all my stomach fat all scrunched together. It’s hard to look at the before picture, I remember seeing it and wanting to just disappear, I was so upset, but in the during picture, I might still be overweight and 55 pounds from my goal weight, but I feel so much better and so much more confident, and I even feel sexy at this weight.