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i couldn't run 200yards and was just feeling very unhealthy and lethargic all the time. I certainly had no go in me.
i'm just about getting to the maintenance stage of my journey some 45 Kg's down later
I've got plenty of stories to share if anyone is interested and would also love to hear other peoples stories.
Looking forward to helping/motivating forum members at various stages of their journey and learning more about the journey i've already embarked on myself.
simmobrisbane wrote: I've gone from buying xxl and even xxxl t-shirts to size medium.
simmobrisbane wrote:As you would know yourself the feeling that gives you is unbelievable, I agree with what you say and found the last 10 - 15 kilo's were the hardest to shake off, there was plateaus, weight gains and struggles hungerwise which of course you have to overcome but looking back i think it was just simply all part of the journey. I don't think anybody has ever just dropped the weight from beginning to end without the obstacles.
simmobrisbane wrote:Moving on i now face a new challenge and that will be keeping to the weight i am, of course i will have to play around with what i eat until i find the right formula , fortunately i've found a new hobby whilst losing my weight and that is running and exercise. I'm now walking/running 12k a day and doing plenty of bodyweight exercises etc.
simmobrisbane wrote:One of the biggest things I learned along the way is not always to rely on the scales, i took all my measurements prior to my journey starting, and there was quite a number of times I saw no losses on the scales but actually saw very good cm losses from my measurements and i think that is a very important point to get across.
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