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My 3 Month Weight Journey: M/27/5' 8" Goes From 198Lbs to 180Lbs

Read about a man's weight journey from 198lbs to 180lbs in 3 months. He still has 10lbs to cut and his goal is to achieve abs.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A photo of a 5'0" man showing a weight cut from 198 pounds to 180 pounds. A net loss of 18 pounds.
M/27/5' 8" [198lbs>180lbs = 18lbs] (3 months) Still have another 10lbs to cut or just until I get abs.
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


Losing weight is never an easy journey, but with determination and hard work, it is achievable. One Reddit user, M/27/5'8'', made it his mission to shed off the extra weight and get into shape.

The Journey

In just 3 months, this user managed to lose 18lbs, going from 198lbs down to 180lbs. He shared his experience on Reddit and was met with a lot of support from the community. His goal now is to cut another 10lbs and achieve visible abs.

The Process

The user didn't follow any specific diet plan, but he did make some lifestyle changes. He reduced his calorie intake and started counting his calories using a fitness app. He also started going to the gym regularly and incorporated both cardio and weight training into his routine.

The Result

In 3 months, the user saw significant changes in his body. He lost weight, toned his body and started feeling more confident. Although he still has some more weight to lose, he is happy with the progress he has made so far.


This Reddit user's weight journey is a great example of how hard work and consistency can lead to significant results. It's important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to weight loss. Everyone's body is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. The key is to find a routine that works for you and stick with it. With dedication and perseverance, you too can achieve your fitness goals.

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