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25, 6’0″, Jackson, Tenn. BEFORE: 304 lb., size 26 AFTER: 190 lb., size 10 TOTAL LOST: 114 lb., 8 sizes Laura’s weight loss tips: Instagram it!: After I lost my first 40 pounds, I created an. To lose that much fat that fast will require them to take their calories so low that when they start to eat normally again their metabolism will likely be shot and they will very quickly regain body fat. It is much better to lose body fat slower and keep calories higher; this will make it easier to maintain a low body fat once it is achieved. The combination of better eating and more physical activity helps Arthur shed the excess pounds, and he wears a smaller suit for the play.

Happens occasionally on Garfield and Friends. Jon puts on a noticeable amount of weight in one episode and decides to go on a diet, especially after seeing an appetizing looking diet program on tv. You’d think after the participants on My 600-lb Life miraculously shed hundreds of pounds that their married lives would improve.

But judging by. The Broncos rave about the athleticism of Cody Latimer, a 2014 second-rounder, and think he’ll be ready for a far bigger role in ’15. Still, they’ll have to look to get a little more size and.

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  • He is still that little boy to his mum inside. Its bitter sweet. Bring tears to my eyes. Good job glad you lived for you and for her.

  • i lost my dad in january 2020, now its july and i lost 10kg in 1 week (from 125 to 115 kg) and i will continue to make my dad proud up there!

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping from diet plan to others as well, I think that I must have tested every fat reduction program that was available, however eventually not one of them helped me to shed and keep the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time with the Custokebon Secrets because my buddy who told me unbelivable things about it and so far to date I have effectively lost 16 lbs within 3 weeks!

  • I prefer this over those unrealistic 10year transformations of genetic freaks who only get bugger and bigger and came out the womb with a 6pack

  • This should be shown to all the people that say fat shaming is helpful. You never know what a person goes through, say something nice or a private advise or shut your mouth.
    Much love.

  • This vid helped me when I lost weight. Started at 320 ended at 175. With 145 pounds down, I got my life back. I did it in four months. Best thing I ever did, literally. I enlisted in the military last fall and I ship out to basic training 22 July. But my main motivation for losing weight was when I watched an autopsy of a clinically obese patient, seeing all the fat around their organs and whatnot. It scared the daylights out of me.

  • Extremely motivating and well done. What I find most motivating is the fact that you were able to fill that saggy lose skin with muscle and look good. I’m in the same boat, I’ve been big for so long and in my early 40’s, so for me, I’ll defo have to pack on muscle to fill in that skin, but I’m ready for it. Gonna be a lot of work but work worth doing. Thanks for sharing.

  • How did you do it? I’m 16 and 230. Although i’m a boxer and run 5 times a week i still seem to only gain weight. When i see food that i like it feels like i can’t resist it.

  • Resilience is a virtue, this dude turned negative aspects of his life into fuel to fire the engine which changed his reality of his life.

  • When America learns that obesity is bad for you, and so is obsessing about your looks, people might start to get happier. People are always at one extreme or the other and it ain’t good.

  • Wow looked him up more and his chest looks amazing for someone who lost that much weight. Thought there would for sure be more loose skin and gyno but it looks good.

  • From big man to big muscle. With an even bigger heart. Truly man your mom is smiling down at you. Proud at the man her son had become.

  • At 5’9 290lbs and you had a football coach that wanted you to gaining weight? You had an idiotic football coach. You wouldve been a way better football player at 5’9 250lbs.

  • the way he talks reminds me of Mara Wilson in Matilda. Don’t believe me? Watch Matilda, then tap on this time tag 1:04. You’ll see what I mean.

  • My mother isn’t dead, but she might as well be. She fell ill mentally when I was 16 and now basically doesn’t know herself or those around her. It’s tough.

  • Your mum would and is proud of you, Heck i’m proud of you and I’ve only just watched a 10 minute video of your journey, Really well done!

  • Thanks for watching Pat Brocco’s transformation story. Check back often for more content from Bodybuilding.com

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  • There is a genetic limit. That is why no Mr O is natural. But even if there is, you shouldnt impose limits upon yourself or your mind.

  • Love you brother-I lost 55 pounds and am fit as….. age 57. So happy and thankful. Good things come to you when you take care of the body God gave you!!!!

  • That is awesome never give up.you are a true inspiration for many people you are a role model.i am glad you found out what works for you.not everything is diet is a combination of working out also..Keep Getting it bro..!!

  • If you’re able to hand over the burden of your belly fat and need to bring excitement then this>> US.Secured­­­­.­­­­Kim is for you that marked no 1 within the USA… The principal is amazing. I’m the visual example of this and got amazing result.

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  • Think long term, I cannot stress this enough” That is key. Train 3 days a week + some cardio on off days, eat healthy with some fat and HAVE FUN. Depending on your physique and age it may take from 2 to 5 years so do not give up and stick with it!

  • Thanks pat giving me motivation to start again and not give up! Went from 128 to 98 recently but during COVID back to 108kg I will start smashing the gym again!!

  • Inspiring story to watch about a young man who found his way through his journey to improve his life. I really enjoyed what this man had to say about how he got to where he is today.

  • So motivational. I feel like anything you do adds a win everyday. It could be meal choice or getting up and do something anything physical. You rock man! I only have 30 lbs to lose but you are pushing me so hard. Great job.

  • I was 400 pounds, I always had trouble breathing never was on a breathing machine it’s just Everytime I walk even to the store that’s next to my house not even a mile away I had to stop to catch my breath…. NOW I’m at 206 pounds I can walk easier then ever…. Still gonna lose weight more excercise never quiting…. The impossible is always possible�� just clicked on this video first time watch it now and it’s inspiring, wish I knew about it before����

  • Thank you for this one. I am currently at 301 lbs, having shortness of breath, smoking, unhealthy eating all the bad habbits. Always planning to lose weight but I am having a hard time doing it. Same as you, i am a former athlete but because of injuries I can no longer continue doing stuff that ive done before. Your words motivates me, im even on the same age as you are. I will do it this time or die trying. Thank you very much.

  • I’m sitting at 304lbs today. This is the heaviest I’ve ever been and I’m starting to notice all of the negative effects of it. I graduated this May, started working full time, got a gym membership and I finally feel like I can have something other that struggle. I remember watching this video last year thinking about being exactly where I’m at right now, and I know 4 pounds isn’t much but for me, right now, it means everything to be moving in the right direction.

  • I’ve been watching alot of these and i realize i don’t have much of an excuse. One dude is missing legs.. and everyone else started at twice my weight. I’m at 312 last i checked. at 6 feet 2 inches. I got a belly and some arm fat. I’m a casual runner so my legs are ok but i’ve always been a big dude and at 35 i’m finally starting to feel the consequences of it. Now i’m going through a divorce and i’ve found peace replacing my mental pain with physical limits pushed pain. Figure why not start now,but this time seriously commit. I just don’t know what would be a good exercise regimen/diet for me. Most of the stories,if not all, i don’t know,mention the website as a key point in their change. Guess i’ll have to sign up there.

  • If you’re not fat you don’t understand how much effort he needs to achieved this… I’m only a little fat almost consider not fat at all and I’m already struggling hard on losing weight, this guy is a beast

  • thanks for all the motivation I was 400lbs and depressed and never even wanting to play with my kids but because of people like you and others I’m 316lbs and still have alot to go I started my own channel to maybe motivate someone in the future just want to say thank you brother and god bless

  • Brother I am at 365 and your story is very inspiring. I would like to speak with you about motivation because u have been through what I am living. I need help and guidance and someone to push me. Im depressed and need help. Please help me brother.

  • Thanks for making this inspirational video brother, you guys who make videos like this really help people get to their weight loss goals I too am one of them i have 46 lbs to go and I feel better now at almost 37 than I did when I was 17.

  • The idea to not have any food around and force yourself to walk to the next food store to get one meal is pretty creative. (When you are extremely overweight)

  • Looks to me like you already had a solid muscular build under all that fat. I am sure it helped a lot. You’re an inspiration, keep it up.

  • ” Bodybuilding is a game of patience, muscles grow slow and fat grows fast” honestly people really need to understand this because in bodybuilding or any strength sport in general the key is consistency. Like all my friends ask me about working out and I tell them if your not gonna be consistent with it then might as well not bother because they’d just go to the gym for 3 months and be gone the rest of the year which is sad and imo consistency comes before the hard work and diet because once you’ve dedicated your self to it then it won’t feel like a chore to fix your diet (well it always feels like a chore no lie) and to train harder than last time (whoops Coach Greg plug). And there’s this quote from one of my favorite bodybuilders Tom Platz aka the quad father and it’s mainly for those overzealous gym noobs and it is
    ” If your form and technique are pure then size and strength will follow”
    Literally nothin comes easy in life but us humans are capable of anything we just gotta put our minds into it. End of rant.

  • Used to 381ibs in April 2018 to 300ibs in April 2019. I am kind of scared of how I would look with excess skin, but he really motivates me to lose all that weight. To get to 180ibs. Thanks!!!

  • jesus dude. i wish i had seen this when i started my journey. I’m about 4.5 years down on almost the same path as you. great work, friend!

  • Great, great video! I am 46 and started when I was 40 and I absolutely agree that there is no limit only the limit in your mind. Moral of your story is do not listen to others, listen to your body!

  • Salut. Je pense être dans le même cas que tu as été à un moment. J’ai encore du gras à perdre, ma silhouette ressemble un peu à celle que tu affiches à 13:05. Qu’a tu changé particulièrement pour ensuite aller progressivement à ton physique actuel?
    Cela m’aiderait probablement. Merci d’avance!

  • glad to see POG channel back in action. real proud of Danny and especially Chris Jones. Beastmode get those Grind For Life hoodies back in I need a couple Christmas ideas for my females to get me

  • Wholesome content! I very very rarely get motivated by watching transformations, this motivated the shit out of me. I’m about 200lbs 14% bodyfat (6’1) and I thought that I can only squeeze out another 5lbs of muscle in my lifting career, this has changed my thinking. Thanks a lot mysterious comment section man

  • Are you French,cuz you pronounce some words in a French way,cuz if you are then you’re better than most French people who attempt to speak English or think they speak better English xD props for you for promoting natural content

  • I love this video Im 17 5’9 263 lbs people dont think im fat because i played football and lifting regularly so i packed alot of muscle on. But the fat is still there and i hate to look in the mirror at it. I am committed drop to 240-230 and change my diet this video help me stay committed

  • I was around 130 last year at 17 and now I’m 170-75 at 18 years 6”2. Yes I did gain all of that weight in about a year and my upper body did grow. My shoulders were filled up, arms got bigger, and my chest and legs grew the most. I went up several sizes in pants. My face went from malnourished and sunken down to filled up and healthy ( not fat) I do have a gut however, it doesn’t show through the shirt though. I’m thinking that I should continue to bulk but I’m not too sure if that’s a good idea. Keep in mind that I was not an average skinny guy like most people, I was actually malnourished and very weak, I would almost pass out if I stood up too fast so I think that a lot of the fat I gained wasn’t really unnecessary extra fat, it was body fat that I was missing in order to be healthy. Should I continue to put on some size?

  • You said you were chubby when you were that big an in the low twenties for bf%. I guess that’s the difference between bodybuilders and strongmen. I want to get that big or bigger at around that bf%. Maybe higher.

  • Great video, helped me a lot. I also tried this method https://youtu.be/uEUDJHXgJtEand it really helped me loss weight while sleeping. With the combination of this two methods, trust me you can loss more weight faster

  • Thanks so much for thisit definitely is all about consistency (and doing what you LOVE so you can stay consistent). I’ve also gone through the “bulk” phase where I’m not paying attention and just get chubbytotally feel your pain there

  • I have just started working out just body weight exercises and I m actually very motivated to gain and continue to continue to gain

  • 15 and a 4-5 XL???? Man this is why i watch this stuff it gives me inspiration because im 15 at my highest i weighed 320 and now im down to 306 i normally wear a 2-3xl basically a 2x but i was able to wear my first 1x shorts in years last week

  • I really enjoyed the voiceover throughout you put a nice spin on the traditional transformation videos.

    Also that quote about skinny guys needing to eat or it’s all for nothing… that’s my new motivation thank you

  • It seems to me that every natural with a good physique goes through a period of a few years of just straight bulking, without caring about fat gain (alphadestiny, devin palumbo to name a few) and you seem to fit this trend as well. I know it’s not completely necessary, one could do a lean bulk and gain size, but for naturals I honestly think this is the way to go (bulking to a higher body fat over many years)

  • I’ve been training off and on for 10 years and when I’m lean people think I’m using. I think I’m at my limit, but honestly I’m too lazy to research to use peds, I don’t even diet so why would I figure out how to use. Honestly I need to have better cut and bulks, I’m lazy with dieting. I figure so long as I workout hard long term I’ll be fine. I’m 6’1 and I have abs around -210lbs. Currently I’m 215-220 doing Omad, last time it got me to 12-15% bodyfat and I was shocked.

  • Great transformation but I call bullshit on the timeframe… you’re telling me 75 lb loss in 2 months. Anyone who believes that is an idiot.

  • You look good but realistically you could still lose a bit more fat without it negatively impacting your performance or growth. But hey if you feel good at this weight then stick to it.