Consistency 🔥😌 Someone commented asking me to update this pic and man am I grateful! What a way to start Monday seeing this progress 🙌🏼 first pic, 300+ pounds, second pic I had already lost 80lbs, and third...down 130 lbs 🎉💪🏼
Fast food and a sedentary lifestyle were part of the life of Meghan Lenss. But in January 2017, she reached her heaviest weight at 300 lbs. "I was tired of everyday activities being so difficult," she told Health. "Walking to class, not being able to walk upstairs. It was embarrassing," she said.
But from that moment she decided to change her daily routine and implement activities that allow her to lose weight and have a healthy lifestyle.
New year, same me 😌 just a whole lot healthier 🍎 #transformationtuesday
After a year and a half, Meghan managed to lose 130 pounds and decided to share her secret: she abandoned fast food and started cooking at home. In turn, she began to exercise little by little.
First, she bought an elliptical machine and exercised daily: “It was dreadful and I struggled every night to get my butt in the garage to work out. But I did it, and every day it got a little easier, and soon enough, I saw results. I realized I could do it.”
Same me, new lifestyle 💪🏼 #mondaymotivation
What does she eat now? Lean proteins, lots of vegetables and healthy snacks, instead of Cheetos, or other high-calorie snacks.
Her new routine has its ups and downs. But when she eats more than normal or less healthy, she accepts it and returns to take care of her routine the next day. Basically, you can eat whatever you want, but moderately and without promoting a sedentary lifestyle.
P R O G R E S S; such a simple word but it embodies so much of my journey 👌🏼🔥 -on the scale -in the way clothes fit -in the food choices I make -in endurance -in ability -in my consistency #progressnotperfection
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