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xXVamp nekochanXx Reply

๐Ÿ˜… Stopped another YouTube video to watch this … *Now watches* >.>

Randy Loses It Reply

Just seeing those photos in the beginning of the vid reminds me how far you’ve come. So inspirational ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

rajah316 Reply

Your an inspiration to others out there.
I myself lost 200lbs in like 20 months or so. I’ve since kept it off.
It was really super hard especially when weight stalled.

    FluffyMatzahBalls Reply

    Great work!!!

    Phalanx Imperious Reply

    Damn good work man ๐Ÿ™‚ I am dreading the plateau but i’ll work through it going from 280lbs on 258 currently to 160.

Matt Moneymaker Reply

So back in 2018 I had a health scare, I was diagnosed prediabetic. I topped of at 301lbs. I was mortified and started a strict diet on February 1. Fast foward to june and I had lost 80lbs. Another 20lbs by October. I was at 200lbs at 5’10 which is still considered overweight, but I was better off than before. Then comes the biggest mistake ever which was not continuing exercising. Since Nov 2018 Ive gained all that weight back and more. I went from size large shirt to a 4x. I now understand how people that have lost a ton of weight can suddenly put it back on. I hope to embark on this journey one more time and stay under 200 this time.

    Gill Reply

    Yup, exercise is important! If exercise stops you have to reduce calories, and without exercise to curb appatite that’s extremely difficult!!

    Amy Curtis Reply

    You’ve got this! I’m on a journey of defeating my regain too. Are you vlogging yours? If so, I’d like to follow. My videos are very unprofessional and unedited but I’m vlogging mine.

    Lesley Britton Reply

    I have gained and lost hundreds of pounds in my lifetime (I’m 53). NEVER kept it off until I started eating whole, unprocessed foods and weighing and logging EVERY SINGLE MORSEL that I put in my mouth. Maintained my weight loss for almost two years, and am now losing that last 30 pounds to get me into the “normal” weight range for my height. You can do it! Anyone can if they have the determination.

Zalmast Reply

imagine being a real life inspirational superhero… must feel good

Sorta Healthy Reply

People want some magic answer but there is only one way to lose weight. Burn more calories than you consume! Itโ€™s simple but not easy. Well said my man!

GaryTheBigDeal Reply

Iโ€™m glad you talked about forgiving yourself when you fail and being straight up. I would fail a lot and would then hide away for months beating myself up by eating crap. Iโ€™m not doing that anymore, Iโ€™m being accountable and doing the hardwork to lose this weight. I first commented on your vid with Carlos how he lost 400lb (I was motivated) Since then Iโ€™ve lost just over 50lbs and Iโ€™m feeling good. Still have another 400lbs to go but Iโ€™m confident and my mind is in the right place to say that this the time I will lose the fat. I always look forward to your vids. Keep up the great work!

    Tavian Carter Reply

    GaryTheBigDeal Good luck!

    GaryTheBigDeal Reply

    Tavian Carter thank youโœŒ๐Ÿพ

    okaifan18 Reply

    Yes! Keep up the good work. I have been on my journey for 3 years now and lost 50lbs but maintaining and not gaining in between plateau periods. I’m so motivated by that video as well. We got this! ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ

    ArrowsGames Reply

    Keep up the good work my man! You got this, you’re stronger than you think!!

Milli Phoebe Reply

Great advice. I need to apply the “little wins” concept in my health journey.

    liam bagguley Reply

    Little wins add up ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š

    LDBHealth Reply

    Yeah it’s hard at the start but little wins do really add up!!

    Sinus Lebastian Reply

    a lot of little wins is a big win

MsMatilda24 Reply

I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. You are such an amazing inspiration~! โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’• You are helping a lot of people by sharing your story and I’m thankful for that ๐Ÿ™Œ you motivate me too.

Ryan Reply

I lost 60 pounds. All I did was fix my sleep schedule, walk 4 miles a day, stop shoving food in my mouth every hour and kicked the junk food. At first I dreaded it but now I’ll go insane if I’m not working out every day. It was mostly a mental battle for me.

    liseg89 Reply

    The toughie for me is cutting out snacks!๐Ÿ˜ช

Charlotte Corcoran Reply

I’m watching this laying on my yoga mat, very sweaty from my workout I just finished. I’m one month into changing my lifestyle and loving it ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ

    LDBHealth Reply

    Great work ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช

    Sabia S Reply

    Nice! ๐ŸŒธ

Jamac Adem Reply

Am 270 and want to lose 100 am 5โ€™7 pray for me dawgs๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฟ

    Lesley Britton Reply

    I was 270 and 5’4″. I’m now 169 and still losing. It CAN be done! Praying for you!

ohdear Reply

Knowledge about TDEE and calories was the SINGLE thing in the way of my weight loss. Having lost 9 pounds already and only another 10 left to my goal weight, I would highly recommend it!

devilzfood Reply

This is SOOOOO RIGHT ON. I started dieting when I was 15 (I’m 36 now). I didn’t successfully lose weight (and keep it off) until about 2 years ago. I obsessively dieted, tried every pill and potion, joined weight watchers like 20 times, atkins, south beach, keto, fasting, you name it i tried it. and without fail, I’d lose 10-20 lbs, and gain it all back plus more. And it’s because on my “start day,” I would turn my life upside down and eat the total opposite of what I had been eating, join gyms and working out when i HATED IT. So I sabotaged myself every time because I was MISERABLE. So this time around I started slow. For two weeks I tracked what I ate without setting a goal, just to see what I was truly consuming. Then I set a calorie goal. I didn’t cook, I didn’t work out, I didn’t care about nutrition. My only goal was to eat x number of calories per day. After 4 months of that, I slowly incorporated nutritious food with small amounts of cooking. Then I started making more complex recipes just because I really started to enjoy cooking. After SEVEN FREAKING MONTHS OF THAT, I incorporated exercise. Ten minutes a day. That was it. And over time the workouts got longer and more intense. I have lost 60 lbs but more importantly for the first time in my life developed healthy habits that I was able to keep. And what I should have realized all along was that you can’t just wake up and do a 180 with your life. And yeah over the last year I’ve done a 180 but it’s taken the full year to get me there. Small changes add up to a fully changed person.

    Hassan Saeed Reply

    That’s incredible man! Congratulations on your transformation, both physical and mental!

Ahhh Leee Reply

I dislike when I hear people say, “your weightloss is ExTrEmE!” It gives the impression that they think it happened overnight or that you did something extreme to lose weight, which is usually not the case for most people!

purpledrea45 Reply

Youโ€™re closing song kinda sounds like โ€œsandwich!โ€ โ€œSandwich!โ€ โ€œSandwich!โ€ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ you know? Because you talked about sandwiches? ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚

Mong Cao Reply

TDEE calculators arenโ€™t accurate at all, but it is a great way to start off a weight loss journey

Ashlyn Elizabeth Reply

Question! When I input my exercise for the day, it adds on calories to my daily intake. Should I not take that into account for my daily calories or should I be eating a little more on my active days? Iโ€™ve been so confused over this and given mixed info. Iโ€™d like to hear your thoughts on it! Thanks!

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