before after picture

Same pose, new me :) anything is possible if you work hard enough.
SW 303 lbs
CW 135 lbs

holy transformation ! ! ! ! ! feed your body w whole, nutritious foods, cut out all the processed junk, exercise w a mix of cardio & strength training, & I promise you’ll find the body, mind, positivity, self-love, & confidence that you’ve been searching for - just like I did. Xxx

a little #mondaymotivation for myself to stay ON TRACK this long holiday week. feeling good this morning & want to feel just as good in a week from now.

🎉🎉 face transformation 🎉🎉

Society’s obsession with the “post-baby body” has got to be one of the most insidious and harmful things. 

Like, why do we hate maternal bodies so much? Why are mothers’ bodies and how we feed our babies so threatening to so many people?

Why do we keep infantilising women by expecting women to look like young girls when they’ve just given birth?

As women we need to really push back against this form of violence against our collective self-love.

So let’s talk about the side of weight loss that isn’t always discussed. First picture was before my health journey (~140-145) and the middle picture was about 2 years about when I was dropping weight. I was ~105-110 lbs here 😳 I looked really good, really thin and healthy but I wasn’t. I was restricting calories to 1000-1200 everyday. I was terrified of gaining an ounce bc I didn’t want to go back to “old josie” ways. I went weeks, sometimes an entire month, without any sort of cheat meal. My hands and feet were constantly freezing and numb. I was incredibly cranky and short tempered.. you know bc I was starving myself.. (sorry about that robby!). I stopped going to any social events bc again, I was scared about gaining a pound. I was so boney that it was uncomfortable to sit in a hard chair bc it felt like my spine was being directly pressed against a hard object. I couldn’t lay on my side bc my knees laying on top of each other was painful and irritating. Then I lost my period. For months. The doctor said my body stopped ovulating and menstruating to protect against pregnancy during extreme physiological stress and to use any available energy to support my basic physiological processes. You know, like a staying awake, a heart beat, functioning organs. That’s when I realized I went from one unhealthy extreme to another unhealthy extreme and I needed to find a balance. Luckily I was only in that dangerous state for a few months. But girls who lose weight can get lost in this mindset that the thinner the better. That’s when scary shit like chronic eating disorders can develop. It’s not about being so thin you disappear, it’s about feeling good, being happy, eating healthy, eating donuts, exercising, spending all day Netflix binging, it’s about balance. and here I am today a health coach, helping people do it the right way AND about 10 lbs heavier PLUS SO MUCH HEALTHIER 👌🙏💪

Serina submitted: 

Weight before: 220
Weight after: 153
It took me 4 and a half months.
For the first 2 months I cut out dairy and red meat.
Always drank a bottle of water before meals also always ate a bowl of fruit before eating anything else.
After I cut back to a strict vegan diet.
No gym, just running a mile a day.

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Just a post to congratulate myself for keeping off my 55 pound weight loss for a year now. This last year hasn’t been easy for me… it was actually pretty tough. Honestly, in some ways, maintaining my weight was a lot harder than losing it ever was… all I can say is that you have to find the motivation from within… and I am never going back :)
As I enter into 2017, I hope to continue to grow and learn to love myself and treat my body the best way I can 💖

eaturgreenzz submitted: 

 Height: 171cm 

HW: 250lbs

CW: 150lbs

In the first 6.5 months of 2016 I lost 100lbs! Since then I have managed to maintain, but still have approx 20lbs to go until goal.

As cliche as it sounds, all I did was change my diet.  Plenty of veg, even more water and less lounging around!

GOOD LUCK to anyone and everyone on their weight loss journey - you got this :) (previously weightlossfrom248lbs)

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Was looking back at my Camera Roll today and wanted to compare pictures from the start of this whole thing to the ones I took this morning. Wow.

Left picture was taken on January 6 this year. I think this was around my highest weight of 165. There’s almost a thirty-pound difference between these two pictures.

girlbrushedpink submitted: 

 The first photo was me at my heaviest, I lost 50lbs and gained 10 back, and the second photo is me with my added 10 lbs, I think it`s important for people to know that if you lose a bunch of weight it`s okay if you gain some back, still please be proud of yourself and your journey. Pick yourself back up and continue to kick butt! You got this! xoxo

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