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January to Today

Very slow, gradual weight loss, but it works for me. I started by teaching myself only to eat when I was hungry, and not out of habit. Seems like food also tasted better when I did that. But to be honest most of the weight loss happened in the last ~6 weeks, the beginning of the "journey" was me just making sure I didn't gain anymore. I started doing simple stretching exercises in the morning from YouTube, and over time, my body started craving for exercise. Sounds weird, because I used to hate running but now I love it. Seems like just stretching everyday for like a month woke something up in my cells. Anyway, the exercise combined with eating much less food (sometimes now I only eat once a day, ONLY when I'm hungry) helped me get this far lol. I had to order new boxers because my old ones were sliding off. I've never been actually noticeably fat, but now I'm trading my dad bod for a fit body which I've come to really like. My jaw/face is also starting to seem better defined and less round. Also, I'm still not there yet, but it's nice to see progress!!

liloleme123 · 51-55, M Best Comment
Well done dude. The thing is, the more fresh food you eat, the more junk food looks unappealing. Small changes will yield results. Consistency is key
somedude15 · 22-25, M
@liloleme123 This is very correct. I didn't really change my diet at first, but the healthier I felt, the more my body gravitated away from trash. I was at a chess tournament this weekend and had McDonald's for the first time in a long time, but after eating it I felt like trash, and it definitely didn't taste half as good as I remembered
liloleme123 · 51-55, M
@somedude15 that stuff is nasty and rarely hot, fresh n tasty!

Beatbox34 · 31-35, M
Good man. I have lost weight as well.

It's not a lot but gradually I have lost a couple of kilos and this is good news. Keep up and don't lose heart.
somedude15 · 22-25, M
@Beatbox34 thanks man, you too!!
RubySoo · 56-60, F
Well done you! 🙂👍
somedude15 · 22-25, M
@RubySoo thank you!!
iamonfire696 · 41-45, F

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