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M/33/6'2" Weight Journey: From 376Lbs to 188Lbs in 3 Years

This user's weight loss journey is inspiring. Read about their experience and take inspiration for your own fitness goals.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A picture of a 6'2" male showing a weight loss from 376 pounds to 188 pounds. A net loss of 188 pounds.
M/33/6'2" [376>188 = 188 lbs] (3 years) My brother superimposed this before/after photo together. It's painful for me to look at, much less share, but certainly makes its point
Originally posted on /r/progresspics

The Start of the Journey

Three years ago, the Reddit user [deleted] weighed 376lbs. He was obese, had high blood pressure, and was struggling with depression. He knew he needed to make a change if he wanted to live a healthy and happy life. So he decided to start his weight loss journey.

The Challenges

The journey wasn't easy. The user struggled with cravings and often felt discouraged. But he kept pushing himself, and eventually, the weight began to come off. He started with small changes, like eating more vegetables and going for walks, and gradually increased the intensity of his workouts.

The Results

Three years later, the user has lost an incredible 188lbs, weighing in at 188lbs. He's healthier, happier, and more confident than ever before. His blood pressure has returned to normal, and he's no longer struggling with depression. He credits his success to consistent effort and a willingness to push through the tough times.

The Rewards

Along with the health benefits, the user has experienced many other rewards. He can now fit into clothes he never thought he'd wear, and he's received praise from family and friends who have been inspired by his journey. But most importantly, he feels proud of himself for accomplishing something he once thought was impossible.

The Inspiration

This user's weight loss journey is a testament to the power of persistence and determination. If you're struggling with your own fitness goals, take inspiration from this story. Start with small changes, push yourself to do more each day, and never give up. With time and effort, you can accomplish anything you set your mind to.

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Madeleine is passionate about empowering individuals with the information and tools they need to transform their bodies and lives.