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Man Loses 29 Pounds in 15 Months with Smart Food Choices and Consistent Exercise Routine

Read about a man's weight loss journey from 215 to 186 pounds in 15 months with smarter food choices, increased protein, and consistent exercise routine.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A before and after photo of a 6'2" male showing a weight reduction from 215 pounds to 186 pounds. A respectable loss of 29 pounds.
M/32/6’2 [215 lbs>186 lbs=29 lbs] 15 months.. lost the quarantine weight then took some time to bulk up a little. Still not where I want to be but getting there.
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


Many people struggle with weight loss and often find it difficult to achieve their desired result. However, one man on Reddit, renegade_yankee, shares his successful journey of losing 29 pounds in 15 months through smarter food choices and consistent exercise routine.

Exercise Routine

Renegade_yankee followed a well-structured exercise routine that involved weightlifting and cardio sessions. His weightlifting routine comprised of chest, back, legs, shoulders, and arm workouts. Interestingly, he also included a 30-minute run post every weightlifting session. On the weekends, he would either rest or perform only cardio activities.


Renegade_yankee did not change much in his diet but made smarter food choices like cutting back on junk food, increasing his protein intake, and intermittently fasting. These small yet effective changes helped him to achieve his desired goal.

Motivation and Inspiration

Renegade_yankee's Reddit post has garnered many positive comments from people who found his journey inspirational and motivating. The Reddit user HilllzyGame even mentioned that his journey boosted him to achieve his weight loss goals through a similar approach to exercise and diet.


Renegade_yankee's journey teaches us that weight loss is a gradual process that requires consistent efforts towards making smarter food choices and following a structured exercise routine. It is not about completely eliminating certain foods or performing intense workout sessions but about making small yet effective changes that lead to a healthier and happier lifestyle. So, it's time to take some inspiration from this journey and try out simple things for ourselves.

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