Stevo - Great Job!
Stevo - Great Job!
Rangers Lead the Way, Hooah!
Y'all are so inspiring ... thanks for keeping me motivated with your awesome progress!
5'4" 36yo mother to five sweeties & married to their AMAZING DaddyGrok
Starting: 185 lbs (March '10)
Current: 132.5 lbs
Goal: 135 lbs (Hit Jan '13)
Beating bingeing since 10/31/11 on my Leptin Reset journey
You are looking like a Greek goddess! Go, Bootson, go!
You have such great legs! And wow, there's such a big difference!
I'm a bad, lazy grok. My exercise is incidental, I still drink too much beer. But I've been off grain & sugar since May, and I'm 42, and it's all been pretty painless, and plus this happened!
First ones are end of May, second set end of August. Thing is, the pics aren't really before and after, but more like "after" and then "no... wait! now!!". I was another 10lbs heavier, but fell halfway into primal without knowing it, and took the first pics because I thought I looked (relatively) good.
On the one hand, I feel awkward posting alongside the many astonishing transformations on these pages, and I'm acutely aware of the comparative modesty of my own progress. On the other hand, I started doing some of this accidentally, and by the time I got here everything I read about dropping grains & sugars made perfect sense, and seemed doable, even though I'd previously found it utterly impossible. But I was lucky, and I think a lot of already discouraged people might see these (your!) pictures, but then read "crossfit" and "p90x" and sprinting and IFing, all on top of no more "comfort" foods, and just give up in advance. I mean, if they could do all that, they wouldn't be where they are now!
I don't advocate doing things like I did (pretty half-assed) - I'm certain it's sub-optimal! But the point is this: if you can't do it perfectly, maybe (just possibly!), you can still do it passably, and that might be a start.
Sorry for the silly lemonface, but it's the internet.