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"Today is end of my first Rp cut. I am extremely excited to where this brought me. On the left I weighed 293lbs. This am I weighed 238 lbs. Over 50 lbs lost. I did not even know this was possible. I worked my ass off literally. No super crazy meal for this guy. Going to enjoy dinner out tomorrow with no scale and on to maintenance I go. This group has helped me so much. Just seeing all the posts knowing other people are pushing themselves keeps me motivated. Ok ok let’s be fully honest.. it’s all about the food posts" - @bjunes1
For some folks newer to dieting they may lost weight at a faster rate. Our good friend @drnadolsky sees this pretty often and especially for those starting at a higher bodyweight. Typically, 1-2 lbs/week is recommended for weight loss if performance is a main focus. It's ok to go a bit faster in certain situations (higher starting weight and different priorities for outcomes). 💪
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Credit to: @antrecarr Wow. My body has definitely gone through some changes. #understatement The first pic was taken when I was 9months pregnant, September 2018. 2nd pic was April 2019 and the last pic was taken this morning, July 2019.
I gained a whooping 50lbs when I was pregnant. 😱 I was huge externally and I was a mess internally. I’ve always been a huge believer that what’s going on internally will always manifest itself externally. I’m definitely not where I want to be, but I’m a lot closer to getting there.
A huge shoutout to @rp_transformations @rpstrength. Your templates have truly transformed my life by teaching me the science behind weight loss & healthy eating. Thank you for your quality product. Another huge shoutout to @back2back_sc !!! I love my community soooo much & I’m incredibly grateful for their love, support and encouragement. I could not have done this without you guys. 🏋🏾♀️🏋🏾♀️🏋🏾♀️ HAPPY 37th BIRTHDAY TO MEEEE!!!!!!! ❤️ #rpdiet#rpstrength#rptransformation#rplifestyle#diet#nutrition#consistencyiskey
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Credit to: @evelynfit Finish my second cut a few weeks early to get on maintenance phase before our vacation next month. This have been the hardest thing I’ve done and the most rewarding. I’m not done yet, massing and another cut to be done after vacation. Thank you @rpstrength for helping me get this results. The #rpdietapp made it 100% easier. If you’ve ever struggled with weight loss, you know that there are no shortcuts. The concept remains simple: burn more calories than you eat. As easy as that sounds, it usually isn't. It's not just about finding time to exercise or choosing the salad over the burger; it's about making a genuine commitment to health every day of your regardless of the ups and downs.
If you're only on a health kick to lose weight or look a certain way, it will be hard to lose weight permanently. Weight loss is a great goal, but unless you have something else to motivate you, what's to keep you going if the scale doesn't budge?
It takes time to lose weight and you need to motivate yourself throughout the journey. One way is to find more reasons to be healthy. Remind yourself of all the benefits of exercise, including increased energy, better moods, and an improved night's sleep, just to name a few.
Changing the way you eat is another thing you have to commit to for long-lasting weight loss. That means working to replace unhealthy foods with healthier choices and doing that most of the time.
Some ideas to help include:
Keeping a food journal
Spending more time preparing meals
Understanding proper portion sizes and macronutrients
Making conscious choices about what you eat, rather than mindless eating
For permanent weight loss, you need to pay attention to what you eat and make good choices more often than not. Maybe a structured diet eventually ends, but healthy eating never stops. In other words, there will never be a time when you're done eating healthy, at least not if you want lasting weight loss.