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How a single busy mom lost 100 pounds with Nerd Fitness. A single mom who works long nights and has a long daily commute, found Nerd Fitness, and also happens to be one of my favorite people and one of our best success stories. Leslie was playing the Game of Life on Nightmare Difficulty with multiple time-sucking jobs, a brutal commute, and a love of fast food.

Busy Mom of Two Opens Up About the Fitness Program That Helped Her Lose Nearly 100 Lbs. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Put any kind of physical fitness time on the calendar — even if it’s just walking the dog, Bell said. More: Mom: Here’s how I lost 50 pounds and got my body back after having 2 kids. How This Busy Mom Lost 100 Pounds and Crushed a 6-Minute Plank. I practiced planking every single day for a year.

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I was an overweight kid, enough so I went with my mom to Weight Watchers when I was 10. If I wasn’t trying to lose weight then I was gaining weight: I’d lose 50 – 80 lbs and then gain it all back. As someone who worked out of a home office, he spent much of his day at home on his computer, and very little time moving more and eating better. He was lost, and looking for a home to help with his weight loss journey.

Ben decided he wanted to get healthy, found Nerd Fitness, and over the next 10 months lost over 100 lbs. Total pounds lost: 56.5 “I started Weight Watchers in June 2015, and by December 2015 I had lost 30 pounds by following the plan and counting points. I was walking every day after work and taking short walks during my breaks at work. Then my dad passed away in February 2016, and my weight loss came to a stop.

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His name is Joe, and he has the best Nerd Fitness success story I have EVER seen. In 10 months of following Nerd Fitness, Joe has lost 128 pounds. If you are (really) overweight, out of shap.

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After the official program, she added the WOW eating plan, and over an additional 8 weeks she lost more than six times as much weight (20 pounds versus 31⁄4) and more than twice as many inches (83⁄4 versus 41⁄4) as she had during the 8 weeks in which she was doing only the WOW workouts.

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We set a twelve-week goal of 20 pounds, which was ambitious considering that she was not physically active and only needed to lose approximately 25 pounds to achieve a healthy BMI.

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Even so, her motivation and social support allowed her to make three workouts per week until she had finally lost 10 lbs.

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My first instinct was that there was nothing left to do except for her to work harder, exercise more, maybe take in fewer calories—standard weight-loss stuff.

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The interviews were well organized, Brockman was nothing if not completely efficient, but the unremitting pattern of work and press began to take its toll, and within the first three months of playing Captain Janeway, I lost close to fifteen pounds.

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She read the forum posts every single day for inspiration, and successfully completed the Couch to 5k.

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She graduated from the program and left but he still ended up losing 65 pounds.

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  • I’m in the roughly 25% of people, and intermittent fasting I I fckn gained weight. My body went into starvation mode, it clung and stored every ounce of food I ate. It sucked, I just have to find what works best for me. Haven’t found it yet. But I also take meds that make you gain weight. And unfortunately I’m it them for life. I’m so fortunate and greatfull that my husband loves me for me, not what my ass looks like or I’d be in the middle of a divorce. I’ve been in the hospital and ICU more times than I can count. And let me tell you having a vent removed is not fun no not at all, waking up and not knowing your name, or the fckn yr is absolutely terrifying. Having people come in and say they are your husband and daughters, and not fckn know who they are is totally heart breaking for them. Thank God it all came back very fast, but yeah I have to keep me alive and as pain free as possible. Chronic pain and illness sucks I completely understand your pain Kristi. Much love girl XOXOXO.

  • On an unrelated not…

    When I was younger, I always wanted a tooth gap because Becky g had it and people always made it look so nice…

    Well that’s it

  • You’re such a motivation to me! Even me being 13 yrs old I’m 260 lbs and your video of your weight loss journey helps me decide I AM BEAUTIFUL I CAN GET UP AND I WILL PROVE ALL THESE HATING LIL KIDS WRONG. And for others, watch motivational videos like hers and videos that basically tells you that you CAN do anything and “I’m NOt mOtIVaTeD” cannot be your excuse every time and neither can I’m tired. Even the slightest workout is a workout and you CAN and you WILL do this, and make getting up and exercising part of your routine. I’m only in 8th grade and I make myself do this. One tip that helps me the absolute most it surround yourself with positive ppl and it makes such a difference in your attitude which helps your mindset of getting up and working out. Try and get a friend to do it with you it helps and start pushing that negativity out because YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL YOU CAN DO THIS AND NOONE IS GONNA STOP YOU BECAUSE YOURE IN CONTROL NOT THE HATERS THE HATERS OPINION ARE IRRELEVANT TO YOU����

  • Another awesome video from you that helps me to keep the good work going!! C’mon girls we can do this, this month choices are our next month results. We all can do it ❤❤❤

  • Working out and eating right starts in the mind first. A good first step is to watch instructional videos like this one, or my 600 lb. life on TLC. There is good information given by Dr. Now and you’ll hear testimonials from clients that my be helpful.
    This first step will help you get through contemplating whether to exercise and choose certain foods.
    Afterwards you may decide to juice, cut portion, or whatever. You’ll proceed with walking, jogging, biking or whatever activity you like and then you will eventually increase. You will have to combat the negative self-talk or thoughts of being judged. Once you get over these type of thoughts, you will gain more momentum….IMO.

  • Wow, you have such an inspirational story! I was searching for other fitness journies (I just posted mine a few days ago), and now I’m blow away by what you’ve accomplished! I feel like so many people get stuck in the early stages of trying to find a diet or program or plan, getting frustrated when they don’t get results quickly enough or it gets difficult, and then giving up. Your story in and of itself is amazing, but you really gave so many amazing tips to help people get started and stick it out!!

  • Regarding the killer cramps, have you ever talked to your doctor about endometriosis? I suffered through horrific cramps, irregular periods and PCOS for years until I was 38 and they decided a hysterectomy was needed. Mine was an extreme case, as I had stage IV and my organs were all fused together but hearing you talk about your cramping issues has me wondering if maybe you might have something similar going on. BTW, congrats on your weight loss and lifestyle changes. You are a true inspiration.

  • Thank you so much for this, I was feeling the worst about my fitness journey today but you just motivated me to keep pushing! Patience is key

  • Please go see my recent Twitter thread regarding why I choose to do keto over a plant based lifestyle and my history with diets. If you wonder why I eat this way, please go read

  • Hello, I am wondering your current age and how your height (I remember that you said not tall, but don’t know exactly). I am a vegan, sometimes cannot do that and as vegetarian, one who I knew also tried KETO but you are talking about pasta or something more stuff, does your Dr tells you really correct ways? If a sugar problem and pasta is not good though. I am not on the any of diet but myself dislike to have tons of sugar drinks or food at this point. If you curious my age or height I can share but I am not tall and age wise not so much different as you.

  • I had gastic bypass which has required no sugwr high protein no sugar diet basically keto has charged my life my periods have became regular annd im off insuliyn im 120 pounds and have stayed faithful for 8 years

  • Went back to watch your beginning of your weightlost ����������… I sprain my ankle doing side to side on the step board ����‍♀️… Thank you janille love your weightloss journey!

  • Thanks for the links �� I had the hasfit app but didn’t even to think to look on YouTube lol and never heard of fitness blender. I love working out at home but struggle with consistency. �� keep going!

  • You can customize your macronutrient goals on myfitnesspal for free, it takes a little more fiddling but might be helpful for some people who dont want to pay for the ketodiet app:)

  • I’m so glad Keto works for you! I tried it because pcos and insulin resistance, but I had to give it up because it was too stressful for my body with adrenal fatigue and I was obsessing about food too much (something I had never experienced before). It was just too strict for me:( I switched to intermittent fasting and focusing on eating varied nutrition and I find it SO much better for me!

    Like you said, what works for us as individuals:)