It’s recovery off season period but not vacation🙌 Consistency is the key #nevergiveup 💪
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It took me 16 weeks to get to the picture on the left but it took me 12 weeks to lose 1/3 of the amount of weight compared to the left to get to the picture on the right. Why is it taking so much longer? To be honest, I am not eating too far off the amount on the right compared to the left. Wouldn’t it make sense that I would be the same amount of weight then or at least close to it? This question forced me to go out there and learn more about it and why our bodies react certain ways. I lost about 30 pounds to get to my lowest weight, it was a drastic weight loss. When the body goes through a severe amount of weight loss, you now require less amount of food than someone who has been that goal weight you reached all of their life and didn’t go through a drastic weight loss like you did. Not that you can’t do it all over again, but the process becomes a little more tedious. When I got drastically lean there was internal things going on, like not getting a period that caused my hormones to go completely out of whack. I went from one hospital to another trying to figure out the right steps to get back to the way I used to feel and to be honest I don’t think I ever could get ‘back.’My goal is not to get that lean again, my goal is to lose some more excess body fat and eat for longevity. I believe everything happens for a reason and this entire experience forced me to learn more about how to eat for a long lasting healthy life, not for a show. I am confident in who I am and the person I become each day. I know what I need to do and I am not making excuses. I’m back better than ever.
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