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lessgravityonme

I’m 6’2 and my starting weight was, as you can see, 389.6 lbs. My lowest weight was 276, but after going to grad school and falling in love, I let my scale creep back up to 317. I’ve lost 12 pounds now just doin’ my thing: eating right (i.e. clean and low carb), exercising everyday, and drinking a ton of water. 

My goal weight is in 120 pounds, so I’ve still got a long way to go. But I love to see this progress picture to encourage me (and maybe you guys?) 

Follow my weight loss journey/fitspo/fitblr here: http://lessgravityonme.tumblr.com/
 

triple-o-gainster

HW:315

Weight on before pic: 265ish

Weight on after pic:214

Height 6’2 Age:21

This is the result of a little over two years of nothing but hard work and pure dedication. Like a lot of you I was overweight, miserable and spent most of my days sleeping and stayed up all night online playing video games. Until one day I just decided enough is enough, I have my whole life ahead of me and its time to start living it. So I got myself a gym membership and even though at first I had no idea what I was doing, I kept going and just made sure I was working my ass off.Then I started researching about bodybuilding and health and just filling my brain with as much info as possible in a few months I had solid workout and diet program I started following. I eventually fell in love with bodybuilding and found myself working out 6-7 days a week. Now 2 years later I’m basically a new person physically and mentally and it was all because I DIDNT QUIT. If I have any advice for you guys is to not give up, the moment you stop is when you lose any chance of improving. It will be hard you’ll have times when you quit and feel like everything you do is worthless and you wont see change, but DONT. STOP.

The way Meryl overcomes them, not just the way she overcomes them, but the way she makes me overcome them. She’s the only person that comes up and in midst of all this…and pats me on my shoulder and says, ‘You have to relax. It will be OK.’

I’m a big, intimidating figure. I can only compare myself to a tiger in a zoo. … Nobody in their right mind would ever want to pet a tiger. She’s the type that walks right up and pats him on the head, and the tiger is so confused he has no idea what just happened. This is literally me.

—  Maksim Chmerkovskiy on Meryl Davis (x)
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