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neverwasalive31 asked:

I want to lose weight but I can't stop eating is there any way to stop your appetite? I'm 102lbs but I want to go down to 90lbs

If you’re taller, dropping 12lbs from your current weight is pretty difficult and vice versa. Since your weight is all the information you’ve given me, I can only give you some tips of how to curb your appetite:
-do some time consuming activities (you’ll forget about eating)
-drink some no-sugar added grapefruit juice
-drink infused water/tea
-look at pictures of what you want to look like
-remind yourself whether if you really want to eat those calories
-look in the mirror
-make your mouth do something else instead of chewing on food (talk to someone, laugh, sing, suck dick, idk)
-exercise
-chew gum 

That’s all the advice I can think of right now. Good luck =)

Allllrighty here goes. Posting this is way outta my comfort zone, but I figure tumblr is a safe space for this kinda thing, yeah? So hey guys! I’ve lost almost 50 lbs! And I’m really fucking pumped about it! The picture on the left is me about 7 months ago. I was depressed, unhealthy, and barely fitting into a Target XXL. The picture on the right is me this afternoon. Today I feel healthy, strong, and I’m happily fitting into a Target medium! I still have a looong way to go before I reach my goal, but YOOOOO I’M SO PROUD OF MY PROGRESS YOU GUYS :’)

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First picture- about 222lbs second-124lbs
Hi! My name is Katy and I’m 18years old. Today I wanted to share my weight loss story with you. Since I can remember I was overweight and really unhappy with the way I looked. I used to binge eat every single day because it was the only thing making me happy, although it lasted only till the moment I finished eating. It was really hard for me to keep to any diet for more than a few days but one day I just woke up and decided this is not how I want my life to be, I didn’t want to just keep dreaming of achieving my goal. The reason most of you fail and give up on your dreams is because of the lack of faith,you have to change the way you think at first, start believing there are no boundaries, you can do more than you think! I lost 98 lbs since August 2014 which was really hard work but obviously I have had hard moments on my weight loss tourney too. It’s easy to get addicted to losing weight, past few months were the hardest for me but now I’m ready to go back on the track. Remember to not try to eat 100% clean always, don’t try to rush the progress and just stay patient, hard work will pay you off I promise!

You can follow me on my new instagram to see how I exercise and what I eat- katysgoals :)

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Smashed that workout good and proper. Shoulders and triceps are hurting but worth the sweat and an hour of my day to achieve it. Plus I did 100 seated knee ups, my core hurts right now and I drank 3.5 litres of water in that session💪🏼😅. Happy days!!!

anonymous asked:

I'm 15 and I want to lose weight. I swim and do yoga 3 times a week but I can't seem to lose much weight and my weight keep jumping up and down any tips to lose weight fast ?

It means that your nutrition is inconsistent.

Make a nutrition plan and your weight should make more sense. But keep in mind that your scale is a good to track your progress, but what you see in the mirror is the most important.

Check this out:

http://www.gymaholic.co/articles/fitness/the-ultimate-guide-to-lose-weight-fast

@katreeeeena transformation using my guide. From what she calls “skinny to strong”. Sometimes it’s not all about weight loss, sometimes girls just want to FEEL better, to be stronger, to get fitter and to change their mind set. Yes, this plan does work ALL different ways because it is not aimed to do ONE particular thing. It’s aimed to get you healthy, fit, strong and confident AND with that, comes the inevitable results… Fat loss, strength, fitness and overall better feeling of self worth!

teenweightlossjourney2014 asked:

What made you want to loose weight? How do you stay motivated?

Hey! Thanks for asking. Lots of little things really but i’ll try and not waffle on to long.

  • Main thing was i was sick of being fat. I had zero confidence, hated my body, hated myself, hated my life really and constantly considered just giving in and ending it all. It really hit home when i graduated University. On my graduation day i had the humiliating moments of firstly, waiting for the people to find a gown to fit me, it took them about 10 minutes and trying on lots of different ones. Secondly, having the photographer come tell me to go to the toilet, do my hair as it was messy thanks to sweat pouring off me and told me to catch my breath after going up to the 3rd floor of my university to get the pictures done. That day will always remain in my head as the most humiliating moments of my graduation and the day that motivated me to change. 
  • Me being fat stopped me from living. As a kid i was sociable, out on the bikes with my mates, played footy etc. I was always bigger then the other kids but as the years went on i got bigger. More so at uni this affected life. Living in London, i struggled with doing the basic tasks of going out essentially. I’d always be the biggest, fattest person on the bus, the tube, house parties, classes, just anywhere. Eventually i just shut myself out. I’d skip what classes i would, i’d stop going out with friends (eventually they stopped asking me). I basically just ended up waking up, lying in bed, sitting on my xbox or playing Minecraft on my iMac. I stopped going out and lived off takeaways. For the last 2 years of my uni life, i stopped living. In my head i’d dream of being adventurous, going travelling and exploring, becoming a professional photographer and having a loving wife and kids. Just all that dreaming motivated me to want to change.
  • I was living a lie. I’d be sad, depressed, sometimes suicidal but all in secret. If i came home to visit family i wouldn’t let on that i was all those things. Soon as i would get on the train to head back i’d go back to the real me. That wasn’t or ever is healthy. I never understood that what i was feeling was down to depression or anxiety, not till i began doing research and i realised i needed to do something about this.
  • Other things that motivated me to change and loose weight: Being single and feeling ugly sucked, feeling alone and trapped in a fat body, people just seeing me as a fat guy and nothing more, being overlooked for things, being the fat brother or fat family member in general and lots of things.

What keeps me motivated: Proving to myself and to every little fucker that has ever doubted me, every douche that laughed and called me fat that i can do this! I can be who i want to be. Those dreams of being a professional photographer, who’s adventurous and has that girl that’ll make me feel like the luckiest man alive, all that can become reality and i can have and live the life i want!

(sorry it’s a long answer in the end but i hope this all answered your question)

anonymous asked:

My mom wants me in shape which I don't mind but sometimes she gets frustrated and says shit like "I want you skinny!" And that's what pisses me off, I want to lose weight for me. Hearing that SHE wants me thin makes me want to punch something.

ugh yeah i know what this is like. my dad used to make little comments about all the shit i was eating because he was worried about my health. we’ve got issues that run in the family so i get it, but i told him that the kind of comments he was making were ones that would end up making me starve myself. i told him he was making me feel guilty for eating and that i wasn’t going to put up with that. he hasn’t said anything since, and he apologized.

like i’ll be completely honest, i weigh 260 pounds on average, it fluctuates and it’s steadily getting lower, but even when i weighed around 270 my doctor never harped on me getting skinny. you know why? because out of everything in my blood work the one problem he saw was that my calcium levels were a little low. my blood pressure is always phenomenal as is my blood sugar, kidney function etc. i deal with chronic pain from injuries i got while being active or from falling and shit but other than that i’m fine.

wanting you skinny and wanting you healthy are two different things, and you should tell her that she should want you healthy and that you do want to lose weight and stay healthy, but doing that takes effort over time. losing weight is fine, do what makes you happy (i’m trying so i feel you), but never compromise your health for the sake of your physical appearance, you’re worth more than that.

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Winning the Inner Game of Weight Loss Part 1

“There is always an inner game being played in your mind no matter what outer game you are playing. How aware you are of this game can make the difference between success and failure.” Tim Gallwey Today I want to talk about winning the inner game of weight loss.

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I had a crazy busy weekend but didn’t go mad with food, had huge lunches and tiny dinners. Played Basketball on Saturday and got a little sunburnt. I’m doing really week with my whole ‘stop getting a cake/pastry’ every time you order a coffee.
Im sticking to tea and leaving my treats for Friday afternoons or Saturdays when I’m out and about. Gonna push through the last 3 workouts of level 2 then I’ll be on to level 3 (of 30DS)

this has been a very brief update. I’ll start being a better blogger I swear haha

Weigh-in

I finally weighed myself for the first time since my doctor appointment (127 lbs), and I weighed in at 122.8 lbs! I am so fucking proud of myself!

All the times I’ve given up/cut down on alcohol. The healthy food switches I’ve been eating instead of junk. Letting go of things that cause me stress and living a more carefree/happy lifestyle. It’s all worth it!

I’ve lost 4.2 lbs in 2 weeks. I’m my own motivation.