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Weight Loss Journey: M/36/5'11'' Loses 102Lbs in 5 Months!

Read about the weight loss journey of a male, age 36 and 5'11'' who lost 102lbs in 5 months. Discover what methods he used to reach this milestone.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A before and after photo of a 5'11" male showing a weight reduction from 400 pounds to 298 pounds. A total loss of 102 pounds.
M/36/5'11" [400 > 298 = 102 lbs] (5 months) I am under 300lbs for the first time in 10 years....I cannot believe it...
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


A Reddit user, who prefers to remain anonymous, has shared his weight loss journey with the community. With an initial weight of 400lbs, he was determined to shed the pounds and reached a significant milestone by losing 102lbs in just 5 months.

The Journey to Health

The user implemented a new diet plan of calorie counting coupled with exercise routines, including cardio and weight lifting. He aimed for a calorie intake of 1500-1700 per day and exercised for 30-40 minutes each day, focusing on consistency rather than intensity.

Positive Mindset

The Reddit user credits his success to his new positive mindset. He began to view weight loss as a journey to a healthier lifestyle, rather than solely as a means to appearance. He surrounded himself with a support system to stay motivated and accountable.

Results Driven by Hard Work

The before-and-after picture shows the drastic transformation in just 5 months. The user admits it was a challenging journey, but dedication to his health and the belief in himself kept him committed to his goals.


If you are looking to lose weight, this user's weight loss journey demonstrates that consistent effort, a positive mindset and a support system can make all the difference. Find a diet and exercise plan that works for you and commit to it. With hard work and dedication, you can achieve your health goals too.

Madeleine Smith

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