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A 20 Year Old Shows off Her 25Lbs Weight Loss Journey and Shares Tips

A young woman shares her progress on Reddit after shedding 25lbs in 10 months. She also provides her routine and diet.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A photo of a 5'4" woman showing a muscle gain from 105 pounds to 130 pounds. A respectable gain of 25 pounds.
F/20/5'4" [105lbs > 130lbs = 25lbs] 10 months apart :)
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


A 20-year-old Reddit user, Ok-Imagination883, recently shared her 10-month weight loss journey after shedding 25 pounds, going from 105lbs to 130lbs. The impressive progress has gotten 404 upvotes and several supportive comments.


The poster revealed that her favorite workouts were hip thrusts for her glutes and leg extensions for her quads. She also hits leg day twice a week and does cardio after every workout.


To achieve the weight loss, Ok-Imagination883 shared that she documented her calorie intake using the MyFitnessPal app, which kept track of her surplus calories. She followed a calorie surplus diet, which helped her gain muscle while still losing weight. She also shared that she was able to keep her stomach flat while growing her glutes by focusing her meals on protein-rich foods.


The young woman's weight loss journey appears to have been supported by the Reddit community. Among the several comments on her post are compliments on her progress, requests for advice, and positive expressions of support.


Ok-Imagination883’s progress serves as an inspiration to others who are on their weight loss journey. By sharing her favorite exercises, documenting her calorie intake, and sharing her journey with an online community, she empowers others to try things out for themselves. As always, any dietary or exercise regimen should be done under the supervision of a healthcare professional.

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