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M/31/6' [265Lb > 210Lb = 55Lb]: a Successful 2.5 Year Weight Loss Journey

Read about necropuppy's 2.5-year journey, from 265lb to 210lb, achieving ideal body composition while preserving ink integrity.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A picture of a 6'0" male showing a weight loss from 265 pounds to 210 pounds. A respectable loss of 55 pounds.
M/31/6' [265lb > 210lb = -55lb] (2.5 years approx) Still not ideal weight, but body composition is where I want it to be.
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


Losing weight can be a challenging and lengthy process, but it's always worth it in the end. User necropuppy's 2.5-year weight loss journey is an excellent example of just that.

Body Composition

Along with the significant reduction in weight, necropuppy was able to achieve an ideal body composition. It's a commendable accomplishment that takes not just hard work, but dedication and patience.

Preserving Ink Integrity

A lot of people wonder how losing weight affects tattoos. Necropuppy's journey is remarkable not only for weight reduction but also for preserving the integrity of the ink. Stretching and changes in body composition can affect the way a tattoo looks, but necropuppy's evidence shows that this isn't always the case.

Overcoming Challenges

From his post, it's clear that necropuppy faced his fair share of challenges. There are times when it's simply difficult to stay on track. But, despite the struggles he faced, he stuck to his plan and is now reaping the rewards.

The Takeaway

Necropuppy's journey shows how dedication and consistency can lead to success. It's essential to remember that everyone's journey is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. However, it's clear that the results of necropuppy's hard work speak volumes. Weight loss is possible, and even the toughest challenge can be surmounted with the right mindset and commitment.

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