/r/progresspics

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post those awesome before/after pictures of yours!


Show off all that hard work! This is the reddit to post those awesome before/after pictures of yours!

Posting Rules and Guidelines:

  • Use this format when posting pictures to help everyone understand the transformation and journey you have been on:

Gender/Age/Height [Weight Before > Weight After = Total Amount Lost] (Time period in months) Personal title

(Example: F/23/5'5" [189lbs > 169lbs = 20lbs] (4 months) Been lurking for a while)

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M/26/5’11” [255 > 240] (1 month)

I’m so proud of this change and continuing to see results! 1000 calorie deficit per day with a high protein diet plus intermittent fasting (12:12) and 3x week strength training. My goal weight is somewhere around 190lbs or 20% body fat

1 Comment
2024/05/02
14:53 UTC

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M/26/6’2 [245 > 217 = 28 lbs] (5 years) Feel i’ve stagnated the past few years.

1 Comment
2024/05/02
14:37 UTC

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F/29/5'4[160lbs>138lbs=22lbs](7 months) goal is 55kg

1 Comment
2024/05/02
14:36 UTC

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F/29/5'4[160lbs>138lbs=22lbs](7 months) goal is 55kg

1 Comment
2024/05/02
14:27 UTC

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M/31/6'2" [150lbs < 200lbs = 50lbs] Weight gain progress

1 year

3 Comments
2024/05/02
14:14 UTC

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M/31/6'0" [205lbs > 185lbs = 20lbs] ~1 year of progress

Roughly one year of progress. Got out of a long term toxic relationship, heavily cut back on alcohol, and got consistent with my diet and exercise. Definitely feeling much healthier and happier :)

1 Comment
2024/05/02
13:57 UTC

63

F/25/5’5 [260ish > 188= 72 pounds lost] (1 year, 3 months)

CICO, strength training and cardio has changed my life completely. I am so proud of myself and just wanted to share :-)

12 Comments
2024/05/02
13:50 UTC

135

F/28/5’7” [255lbs > 211 lbs = 44lbs] (6 months). Half a year of discipline!

6 Comments
2024/05/02
13:41 UTC

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F/35/5’4” [220 lbs > 145 lbs = 75 pounds] what 75 pounds can do to your face

4 Comments
2024/05/02
13:27 UTC

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M/23/5'7.5" [154lbs > 147lbs = 7lbs] (4 Months) First, I lost 75lbs. After that, I lost another 7lbs.

The 7lbs was so much harder than the 75lbs for me. Why? Well, I didn't have to exercise when I lost the latter nor did I count my macros — I only ever did calories. Throw chronic fatigue and depression in there, and you have a recipe for an unecessarily extreme struggle.

1 Comment
2024/05/02
12:26 UTC

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F/27/5”5’ [225lbs > 199lbs = 26lbs] (7 months)

Two years ago I went from 220lbs down to about 175/180-ish. Had a baby winter of 2023 and gained it all back and became a stay home mom so I wasn’t even close to as active as I used to be. Really struggled with how my body has changed and how much harder it seems to lose weight, but I can finally see some huge changes in my back.

Top pic is Sept 2023, bottom is the beginning of April, and the right pic is today.

Still have 40-50lbs id like to lose, but being under 200lbs for the first time in over a year feels so encouraging and amazing to me.

Been doing OMAD 3 times a week, 16:8 fasting the other days with occasional “free” days where I’m not fasting. Making sure I average 10k steps daily, and I’m incorporating more strength based workouts now. I also make sure I’m eating enough protein and I’ve cut my sugar intake A LOT.

7 Comments
2024/05/02
11:12 UTC

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F/39/5’1” [184lbs > 142lbs = 42lbs] (1 year) finally found my why

I met my initial goal weight of 145lbs, I probably have 10 more lbs to get to the average weight for my frame, but I am not complaining. Right now everything is happening as part of maintenance with no real effort lose weight though I could work on more toning.

Diagnosed diabetic Type 2 in April 2023 which forced me to rethink my nutrition choices. I switched things up, I still eat things I want, just that now what I want doesn’t include a dependence on refined sugar, starchy carbs or processed carbs. A year later my PCP has approved an easing off of diabetic medication (500mg metformin) and my HbA1C has remained in the normal range at every three months check-in. Now the hard work of staying the course must continue.

Good luck to everyone wherever you are on your journey.

15 Comments
2024/05/02
10:28 UTC

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M/28/5’10 [200KG > 129KG = 71KG] (1 Year 5 Months)

70KG Down, The Marathon Continues…

I started ANOTHER weight loss journey in January 2023 and I’ve lost 70kg. My starting weight was 200kg, and I’m currently at 129kg, I feel like I’m just getting started but the journey has been amazing. (Ik the first pic looks crazy 😅)

1 Comment
2024/05/02
10:26 UTC

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M/18/6'2"" [152lbs < 172lbs = 20lbs] (10 months) Still have a long journey ahead of me

1 Comment
2024/05/02
08:24 UTC

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F/30/5'7 [320 to 140 ] 3 year progress

1 Comment
2024/05/02
05:12 UTC

382

F/25/5’4 [170 > 144 = 26] (5 months) progress pics

15 Comments
2024/05/02
02:52 UTC

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F/20/5’7 [136>120lbs] (10 months) The product of nursing school + running

It was entirely all lost off of my hips and thighs and i am actually pretty unhappy about that. I want to get some more shape into my lower body again.

46 Comments
2024/05/02
02:38 UTC

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F/18/5'9 [205 > 170 = 35lbs] 12 months

Most of this was between July-December but i'm just getting back into eating right again.

Slowly but surely... I see a huge difference now that i'm really looking. Not done yet but I am proud to see how far l've come :)

And l'm a lot more comfortable wearing a dress now!

3 Comments
2024/05/02
00:56 UTC

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M/21/6’2” [307 lbs> 200lbs = 107lbs](14 months) fall in love with your journey and the process

Prioritize the process over the result 🙏🏿

7 Comments
2024/05/01
22:55 UTC

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F/29/5'7 [263>209.7=53.3lbs] 4 months

Finally hit a big goal! I'm proud of myself for sticking to it these past four months. Can't wait to see that scale under 200lbs!

2 Comments
2024/05/01
21:14 UTC

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F/27/5’ 10” [223 > 178 = 45 lbs lost] (5 years) healed a binge eating/drinking disorder, patience is paying off :)

never been a small gal, but i just reached a weight i haven’t seen since i was in high school!

• when i went to college, i began binge drinking & eating, and i treated my body like crap. over the last 5 years, i’ve redefined my relationship with food and exercise and have vastly improved my overall health. i just turned 27 and im the strongest and happiest i’ve ever been.

• i eat less & add a lot more veggies. i don’t binge eat & have cut down on drinking by nearly 75% from when i was 21/22. i snack a lot, but it’s a habit i’m trying to break. it has taken a long time to heal this part of me, and i still slip from time to time, but i have changed the way i look at food.

• i got 2 very active dogs over the last 5 years and moved out west, so i don’t lift weights/go to the gym but i spend a lot of time outside and hike with my dogs almost daily. i have lost the equivalent amount of weight as my first border collie (45 lbs) since i brought him home in 2019 :)

10 Comments
2024/05/01
21:13 UTC

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M/25/5'10" [135lbs < 160lbs = +25lbs] (2.5 months)

4 Comments
2024/05/01
20:40 UTC

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M/24/5'11" [152lbs > 160lbs = 8lbs gained] 16 months transformation

1 Comment
2024/05/01
20:24 UTC

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F/26/5’6” [165 > 142 = 23lbs lost] (1 year) CICO + strength training saved me!

First photo is from last year in April, second photo is from today.

I wanted to get rid of my back flabs, so I started strength training and eating in a calorie deficit. I feel like I haven’t lost much scale weight, but I definitely have reduced my body fat percentage!

Grateful for CICO, strength training, pilates, and yoga!! The main piece of advice that kept me going is that even if I tripped up and had a day where I overate and didn’t make great food choices, just get back on the horse and resume a normal deficit the next day.

17 Comments
2024/05/01
19:15 UTC

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M/40/6’2” [350lbs > 285lbs = 65lbs] (4 months)

Started weight loss 12/23/23, told myself I was not going to be a 300 pounder when I turn 40. (Birthday was in March and got to 293). Focused on diet (keto/low carb) and walking. Weight loss has plateaued in April, did start lifting again after 8 years so hoping muscle gain is masking fat loss.

Have weighed around or over 300 pounds for 23 years (High School football weight was 297 / college played at 290), did get down to 285 eight years ago, herniated disc/back surgery derailed that. From this point forward every pound lost will put me at weight I have not seen since I was 16 or younger.

4 Comments
2024/05/01
19:09 UTC

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F/32/5’4” [220 > 169 = 51lbs] (2 years) Trying to find motivation to move past my plateau

Two years ago I finally found the strength to escape an abusive relationship and care about myself again. I never thought I would get out of that dark period and am so proud of my progress. I’ve been hovering around this weight for a bit and need some motivation to keep it going.

I started this journey by walking long distances to free my mind and I then quickly noticed a change in my body. I felt better and I ate better, little by little. I’ve just started strength training to try to shake things up so any tips on that are appreciated!

3 Comments
2024/05/01
19:06 UTC

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M/16/6’0”[235lbs > 195lbs = 40lbs] (5 months) Same Fit, different man😤

0 Comments
2024/05/01
18:31 UTC

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F/33/5'6" [206 lbs > 194 lbs = 12 lbs] (4 months) CICO and walking.

4 Comments
2024/05/01
18:02 UTC

288

F/32/5’10 [240 > 208 = 32lbs lost] 9 months progress

A mix of walking, Pilates, calorie deficit, and some at home workouts! I still have days where I don’t see a difference or feel attractive but my clothes are fitting so much better and I feel much more comfortable in my skin.

9 Comments
2024/05/01
17:51 UTC

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F/31/5'4" [235>180=55 lbs lost]

7 Comments
2024/05/01
17:48 UTC

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