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F/31/5'7 [258lb > 223lb = 35lb] end of May to now. Took a two month break where I just maintained.

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  • Atsirk7
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 2:39pm

    Way to go - you’re killing it!!Congratulations!!

  • poppopboogie
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 3:29pm

    Major difference - keep it up you're doing amazing! I'm in a major plateau and need to change it up. Seeing your progress is inspiring.

  • Lizstrangesavage
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:51pm

    Get after it!!! You look great!

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    1 points Oct 13,2019, 2:39pm

    Way to go - you’re killing it!!Congratulations!!

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    1 points Oct 13,2019, 3:29pm

    Major difference - keep it up you're doing amazing! I'm in a major plateau and need to change it up. Seeing your progress is inspiring.

  • sourpeachio
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:31pm

    Wow fantastic progress!!

  • Lizstrangesavage
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:51pm

    Get after it!!! You look great!

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F/27/5'2 [198lb > 145 = 53] I can't believe this is me now

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  • 042424Ruby
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:42pm

    Wow!!!!! You’re absolutely beautiful!

  • wasitaseasyasitlook
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:04pm

    Yooooooooo! 10/10

  • Deliverygal90
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:04pm

    Omg I also have lost exactly 53lbs, you look great! Keep it up :)

  • pandaluv82
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:23pm

    Way to go! That's an incredible difference.

  • Vileherox3
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:50pm

    You look like movie star now! Congratulations on the amazing transformation! ❤

  • purgepudge
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:59pm

    You're gorgeous!!! And that's super amazing wow

  • AntisocialAddie
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 8:30pm

    Holy shit that’s amazing

  • teamHFP
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 8:21pm

    Maybe try essential oils on your body, may help.

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  • 042424Ruby
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:42pm

    Wow!!!!! You’re absolutely beautiful!

  • wasitaseasyasitlook
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:04pm

    Yooooooooo! 10/10

  • tripletdad0603
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:54pm

    Great job!

  • Deliverygal90
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:04pm

    Omg I also have lost exactly 53lbs, you look great! Keep it up :)

  • pandaluv82
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:23pm

    Way to go! That's an incredible difference.

  • Vileherox3
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:50pm

    You look like movie star now! Congratulations on the amazing transformation! ❤

  • purgepudge
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:59pm

    You're gorgeous!!! And that's super amazing wow

  • AntisocialAddie
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 8:30pm

    Holy shit that’s amazing

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    1 points Oct 13,2019, 8:21pm

    Maybe try essential oils on your body, may help.

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F/31/5"3'[202>154=48lbs] years of dresses and leggings. How do I find a style of clothes for me?

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M/30/5'11 [231lbs > 170lbs = 61lbs] (6 months) Just to remind myself how far I've came, and encourage myself to continue.

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  • jumpsurfturf
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 2:59pm

    How did you do it?

  • samoggy
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 5:32pm

    Great progress

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  • jumpsurfturf
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 2:59pm

    How did you do it?

  • samoggy
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 5:32pm

    Great progress

  • jonathannufc
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 3:48pm

    Face gains here!

  • jenna_kay
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:22pm

    Great job, you look fantastic! Time for a new haircut to match the new you?? How about the 1st cut that comes up on this link: http://www.hairandcomb.com/14-of-the-perfect-fade-with-spiked-front-haircuts-2019-for-men-with-short-beard/ I’ve done A LOT of makeovers in the past, some made ppl unrecognizable as it was such a huge change, along with weight loss. I think you’d look fantastic with all that hair off your face my friend. 👍

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F/35/5'8" [228 > 205 = 23lbs] 1mth post GERD surgery. Finally completely free of reflux!

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  • lini-g
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 3:12pm

    Congrats! I had a buddy who went through that too. It’s no joke man. I’m happy you’re symptom free now 😊

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    1 points Oct 11,2019, 3:12pm

    Congrats! I had a buddy who went through that too. It’s no joke man. I’m happy you’re symptom free now 😊

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M/22/6'0" [186 > 163 = 23lbs](5 months) Did my first "serious" cut. Haven't been this small since high school!

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  • ContainsFaceNudes
    9 points Oct 11,2019, 11:25am

    So this isn't actually the biggest cut I've ever done. For the past 3 years prior, I would cut 20-30 lbs over summer vacation. However, in retrospect, I went about it the wrong way. I would only track calories and not macros, and stopped lifting because of work commitments. As a result, I lost a lot of fat but also muscle. My BF% stayed around the same. For this cut, I made it a priority to get the adequate amount of protein every day, and to focus less on the number on the scale, and instead on my overall progress.

    I used myfitnesspal to track calories. Initial deficit of 500, but increased to 750 halfway through the cut. CAVEAT: this doesn't actually mean I ate at this deficit every single day. Instead, I know that I often tend to eat more than my allowance, so setting a more stringent goal allowed me a bit more leeway for the occasions when I would inevitably eat more. As long as your weekly deficit is in the right range, you should be fine. I set it up so that I would always get about 0.8 g of protein per lb of body weight, and made sure to hit that goal every night if possible.

    My diet: I rarely if ever ate breakfast, mainly because I'm lazy and wake up late. Lunch was often boiled or grilled chicken with veggies. OATMEAL IS VITAL for keeping yourself full. If my regular food wasn't enough to get me to my protein goal, I'd supplement with whey powder. I stopped taking creatine when I started my cut, so that my body could get used to using its "unassisted" stamina. Then, once I started dropping weight and noticed my lift numbers go down, I started taking creatine again. This essentially allowed me to prolong the amount of time that my lifts could stay strong.

    Workout plan: A sort of modified PPL. Focused on maintaining strength so that my body knows which muscles not to let atrophy.

    • Push (A): Overhead press, incline bench press, lateral+front raise, incline flyes, overhead dumbell triceps extension, triceps cable pushdowns, face pulls

    • Pull/Legs (A): Squats, pullups, dumbell rows, lat pulldown, straight arm pulldown, buncha types of curling

    • Push (B): Same as Push (A) but with bench press, decline bench, and flat flyes instead.

    • Pull/Legs (B): Same as Pull/Legs (A) plus deadlifts/shrugs instead of some of the back stuff.

    I know, not the best split in existence, but it worked given my schedule. Also, I started doing core every workout. Hanging leg raises (especially weighted), Russian Twists, cable crunches, cable side bends, and occasionally ab wheel rollouts. These didn't correspond to any particular day. I just would pick 2 or 3 at the end of one workout, and then do the others the next time I work out. Doing core made both my squat and deadlift numbers go up.

    For my compounds, I focused initially on just maintaining strength, even at the expense of form, since I wanted to prevent atrophy in the involved muscle groups. Over time, there came a point where I could no longer do that because injury became more common. This was especially true of overhead press and deadlifts.

    1RMs: (B): 245 -> 225. (S): 155 -> 250. (D): 355 -> 395 (so dang close to 405!) -> Injury -> 365. (OHP): 180 -> Probably 150-55 or less, though I've been avoiding my 1RM on this because of lower back pain.

    If anything, getting weaker taught me to just accept that you're going to get smaller/weaker, and to put aside the ego and just focus on good form. This probably explains why my squat increased by a lot and why my bench stayed the same for most of the summer. My OHP form was always kinda cheaty, so that's also kind of expected. Especially in my isolation exercises, I've learned to focus less on how heavy the weight is, and more on how heavy you can make the weight feel.

    One piece of advice: don't stress if you don't hit your goal every single day. A lot of nights, I would eat junk food and go 100-400 over my goal. The important thing is that in the long run, you hit your weekly deficit and protein goals. There were periods where I plateaued for a while, but in the long run, you lose the weight as long as you hit the deficit. I also found that if I was able to get 10,000 steps in a day, I was much more likely to break a plateau. Probably a result of my sedentary summer life.

    That's all I can think of for now. LMK if you have any other questions!

  • TrickSpray
    3 points Oct 11,2019, 10:25am

    Damn. How hellish was the caloric restriction?

  • high-lonesome
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 10:50am

    So smol and yet so big.

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    9 points Oct 11,2019, 11:25am

    So this isn't actually the biggest cut I've ever done. For the past 3 years prior, I would cut 20-30 lbs over summer vacation. However, in retrospect, I went about it the wrong way. I would only track calories and not macros, and stopped lifting because of work commitments. As a result, I lost a lot of fat but also muscle. My BF% stayed around the same. For this cut, I made it a priority to get the adequate amount of protein every day, and to focus less on the number on the scale, and instead on my overall progress.

    I used myfitnesspal to track calories. Initial deficit of 500, but increased to 750 halfway through the cut. CAVEAT: this doesn't actually mean I ate at this deficit every single day. Instead, I know that I often tend to eat more than my allowance, so setting a more stringent goal allowed me a bit more leeway for the occasions when I would inevitably eat more. As long as your weekly deficit is in the right range, you should be fine. I set it up so that I would always get about 0.8 g of protein per lb of body weight, and made sure to hit that goal every night if possible.

    My diet: I rarely if ever ate breakfast, mainly because I'm lazy and wake up late. Lunch was often boiled or grilled chicken with veggies. OATMEAL IS VITAL for keeping yourself full. If my regular food wasn't enough to get me to my protein goal, I'd supplement with whey powder. I stopped taking creatine when I started my cut, so that my body could get used to using its "unassisted" stamina. Then, once I started dropping weight and noticed my lift numbers go down, I started taking creatine again. This essentially allowed me to prolong the amount of time that my lifts could stay strong.

    Workout plan: A sort of modified PPL. Focused on maintaining strength so that my body knows which muscles not to let atrophy.

    • Push (A): Overhead press, incline bench press, lateral+front raise, incline flyes, overhead dumbell triceps extension, triceps cable pushdowns, face pulls

    • Pull/Legs (A): Squats, pullups, dumbell rows, lat pulldown, straight arm pulldown, buncha types of curling

    • Push (B): Same as Push (A) but with bench press, decline bench, and flat flyes instead.

    • Pull/Legs (B): Same as Pull/Legs (A) plus deadlifts/shrugs instead of some of the back stuff.

    I know, not the best split in existence, but it worked given my schedule. Also, I started doing core every workout. Hanging leg raises (especially weighted), Russian Twists, cable crunches, cable side bends, and occasionally ab wheel rollouts. These didn't correspond to any particular day. I just would pick 2 or 3 at the end of one workout, and then do the others the next time I work out. Doing core made both my squat and deadlift numbers go up.

    For my compounds, I focused initially on just maintaining strength, even at the expense of form, since I wanted to prevent atrophy in the involved muscle groups. Over time, there came a point where I could no longer do that because injury became more common. This was especially true of overhead press and deadlifts.

    1RMs: (B): 245 -> 225. (S): 155 -> 250. (D): 355 -> 395 (so dang close to 405!) -> Injury -> 365. (OHP): 180 -> Probably 150-55 or less, though I've been avoiding my 1RM on this because of lower back pain.

    If anything, getting weaker taught me to just accept that you're going to get smaller/weaker, and to put aside the ego and just focus on good form. This probably explains why my squat increased by a lot and why my bench stayed the same for most of the summer. My OHP form was always kinda cheaty, so that's also kind of expected. Especially in my isolation exercises, I've learned to focus less on how heavy the weight is, and more on how heavy you can make the weight feel.

    One piece of advice: don't stress if you don't hit your goal every single day. A lot of nights, I would eat junk food and go 100-400 over my goal. The important thing is that in the long run, you hit your weekly deficit and protein goals. There were periods where I plateaued for a while, but in the long run, you lose the weight as long as you hit the deficit. I also found that if I was able to get 10,000 steps in a day, I was much more likely to break a plateau. Probably a result of my sedentary summer life.

    That's all I can think of for now. LMK if you have any other questions!

  • TrickSpray
    3 points Oct 11,2019, 10:25am

    Damn. How hellish was the caloric restriction?

  • instantgratificator
    3 points Oct 11,2019, 10:17am

    Sick shoulders. Care to share your workout plan for shoulders? Or overall workout plan.

  • high-lonesome
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 10:50am

    So smol and yet so big.

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M/23/6'5" [235lbs > 190lbs = 45lbs] (12 months) Gave Up the Excuses...

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  • Rkck3434
    6 points Oct 11,2019, 8:13am

    Well done man! Im 6'4" 225lbs right now. Down 100lbs exactly from my SW. These pounds are the tough ones now though - wondering what you did to lose them?

  • 50at20
    4 points Oct 11,2019, 7:43am

    Killer!!

  • Vileherox3
    2 points Oct 11,2019, 10:30am

    Congratulations on the impressive transformation! Thanks for sharing your post and inspiring others to do the same!

  • 11CoolBreeze11
    2 points Oct 11,2019, 12:36pm

    Great work.

  • ThrowAway03545
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 6:01pm

    nice. mind sharing your routine/diet?

  • DefinatelyNotLasso
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:04pm

    well done. great achievement

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  • Rkck3434
    6 points Oct 11,2019, 8:13am

    Well done man! Im 6'4" 225lbs right now. Down 100lbs exactly from my SW. These pounds are the tough ones now though - wondering what you did to lose them?

  • 50at20
    4 points Oct 11,2019, 7:43am

    Killer!!

  • jeremiahklemish
    2 points Oct 11,2019, 9:19am

    Wow that's awesome!

  • Vileherox3
    2 points Oct 11,2019, 10:30am

    Congratulations on the impressive transformation! Thanks for sharing your post and inspiring others to do the same!

  • 11CoolBreeze11
    2 points Oct 11,2019, 12:36pm

    Great work.

  • ThrowAway03545
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 6:01pm

    nice. mind sharing your routine/diet?

  • DefinatelyNotLasso
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:04pm

    well done. great achievement

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F/29/5'7" [273 > 252.4 = 23.6lbs] (12 weeks) nsfw only 3.8lbs down since the last time I posted a month ago. Slow but I can really see a difference in these pants, I can't keep them up while walking anymore.

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  • lifting_on_days
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 6:32pm

    It is a difference! Good luck on the rest of your progress!

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    It is a difference! Good luck on the rest of your progress!

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F/26/5'3" [210>152=58lbs] i think i'm holding snacks in the before pic, explains a lot.. Loving my legs again!!

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  • trappedinthoughts13
    4 points Oct 10,2019, 9:47am

    Awesome job! And sick tattoo!

  • MG0123
    2 points Oct 10,2019, 11:36am

    Legs looking great! Good work 💪

  • gzehren
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 9:32am

    Good job, looking great!

  • Herbithenics
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 11:33am

    Awesome progression! Keep at it and you flexing hard with that tattoo loving the aesthetic

  • DontStopMeNow6
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 12:13pm

    That tattoo is gorgeous. Congrats on your success!

  • gaykravitzz
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 2:21pm

    Oh hey, we’re the same height and SW!! Do you mind sharing how long it’s taken you and what steps you took to lose it??

  • xKingNothingx
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 3:07pm

    I'm in love with your lion! Amazing progress too

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  • trappedinthoughts13
    4 points Oct 10,2019, 9:47am

    Awesome job! And sick tattoo!

  • MG0123
    2 points Oct 10,2019, 11:36am

    Legs looking great! Good work 💪

  • thatdilf
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 9:19am

    Nice work!!

  • gzehren
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 9:32am

    Good job, looking great!

  • Herbithenics
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 11:33am

    Awesome progression! Keep at it and you flexing hard with that tattoo loving the aesthetic

  • DontStopMeNow6
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 12:13pm

    That tattoo is gorgeous. Congrats on your success!

  • gaykravitzz
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 2:21pm

    Oh hey, we’re the same height and SW!! Do you mind sharing how long it’s taken you and what steps you took to lose it??

  • xKingNothingx
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 3:07pm

    I'm in love with your lion! Amazing progress too

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M/33/5'8" [243 > 143 = 100 lbs] (14 months) Lost the weight due to leukemia/GVHD, but I feel much better about my body now.

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  • sonofseriousinjury
    6 points Oct 09,2019, 8:29am

    I'm officially one year post ALLO stem cell transplant today and I'm on my way to recovery. My GVHD (Graft Vs Host Disease) is mild comparative to some other possibilities; it mostly resides in my gut/GI tract. I'm unable to properly absorb the nutrients from food, so I'm basically losing weight no matter what I eat. We're working on fixing that. I had some bad infections in my sinuses and mouth that contributed to losing about 50-60 lbs in a month or so.

    It feels weird to be proud/feel good about losing the weight, especially when they want me to put on more, but I feel happy seeing myself at this weight. I hit a rough patch of depression in my mid-twenties that caused the start of my weight gain and it just kept going until I was diagnosed and hospitalized for months. It feels good to look good again, even if I am still sick.

    EDIT: Bonus pic of my flabby belly along with my PICC and Hickman lines. NSFW as it's me without a shirt on.

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  • sonofseriousinjury
    6 points Oct 09,2019, 8:29am

    I'm officially one year post ALLO stem cell transplant today and I'm on my way to recovery. My GVHD (Graft Vs Host Disease) is mild comparative to some other possibilities; it mostly resides in my gut/GI tract. I'm unable to properly absorb the nutrients from food, so I'm basically losing weight no matter what I eat. We're working on fixing that. I had some bad infections in my sinuses and mouth that contributed to losing about 50-60 lbs in a month or so.

    It feels weird to be proud/feel good about losing the weight, especially when they want me to put on more, but I feel happy seeing myself at this weight. I hit a rough patch of depression in my mid-twenties that caused the start of my weight gain and it just kept going until I was diagnosed and hospitalized for months. It feels good to look good again, even if I am still sick.

    EDIT: Bonus pic of my flabby belly along with my PICC and Hickman lines. NSFW as it's me without a shirt on.