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My Weight Loss Journey: From 264 to 236 Lbs at 22 Years Old

Read the inspiring story of a 22-year-old who lost 28 pounds through a healthy lifestyle, as shared on Reddit. Find out how he did it and get motivated to try things out for yourself!

Article by Madeleine Smith

A picture of a 5'8" male showing a weight loss from 264 pounds to 236 pounds. A respectable loss of 28 pounds.
M/22/5'8 - (264 to 236) I now fit in my little brother's shirts. Sorta.
Originally posted on /r/loseit


Being overweight can take a toll on our physical and mental health. That's why it's important to take small steps towards a healthier lifestyle, as demonstrated by this 22-year-old Reddit user. His inspiring post chronicled his weight loss journey from 264 to 236 pounds.

Starting Point

At 264 pounds, the user found himself struggling with everyday activities and clothes that no longer fit. This prompted him to make changes to his diet and exercise habits.

Healthy Lifestyle Changes

The user focused on following a healthy, balanced diet that included plenty of fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains. He also incorporated regular exercise into his routine, including weightlifting and cardio. He noted that consistency was key to his success.


After losing 28 pounds, the user could see and feel the positive changes in his body. He shared that he can now fit into his little brother's shirts, something that was not possible before. While he still has a ways to go on his weight loss journey, he is motivated by his progress so far.


This Reddit user's weight loss journey serves as a reminder that small changes can lead to big results. By following a healthy diet and consistent exercise routine, anyone can achieve their weight loss goals. Try incorporating some of these habits into your own lifestyle and see what changes you can make!

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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.