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From 105 to 112 Pounds in 14 Months: a Reddit User's Weight Journey

Follow this user's 14-month journey from 105 to 112 pounds and learn about her weight loss strategies and setbacks.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A before and after photo of a 5'2" female showing a weight gain from 105 pounds to 112 pounds. A respectable gain of 7 pounds.
F/26/5'2" [105 to 112 = 7 lbs] (14 months)
Originally posted on /r/Brogress


Reddit user [deleted] shares her journey of gaining 7 pounds in 14 months, highlighting her weight loss strategies, setbacks, and lessons learned.


The user started by tracking her food intake and exercising regularly, with a focus on strength training. However, she found that restricting too many calories left her feeling tired and weak. She learned to listen to her body and fuel it properly.


The user faced several setbacks, from going through a breakup to dealing with stress at work. These challenges made it harder to stay on track with her weight loss goals. However, she learned to focus on the bigger picture and not let temporary setbacks derail her progress.

Lessons learned

Through her journey, the user learned the importance of self-care, both physically and mentally. She also discovered that weight loss is not a linear process and that progress can come in many forms, such as increased strength and energy.


Follow this user's journey as she navigates the ups and downs of weight loss. Remember to listen to your body, focus on the bigger picture, and prioritize self-care. Your weight loss journey may not look like anyone else's, but by trying out different strategies and learning from setbacks, you can achieve your goals.

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