“My motivation is that I’m only 25, I love going out and enjoying myself and I was sick of feeling embarrassed or ashamed at how I looked. The confidence that you gain when losing weight is an amazing feeling, and that confidence keeps me going.”
“It’s also important to remember what you’re gaining as you’re losing. I’ve gained so much more than I could ever lose in weight.”
“Once I lost 96lbs, I decided to go shopping for jeans – something I haven’t done in 8+ years. THAT was the moment where I realized the amount of weight I had lost. I was finally able to put on a pair of Zara jeans and didn’t have to rely on jeggings. Such a liberating feeling.”
“The most important part of staying motivated is to have a solid reason as to WHY you want to lose weight. I don’t care if it’s to improve your health or even to look better naked. You have to have a reason WHY and it has to be incredibly meaningful and important to you.”
“To be a better role model for my kids, I went to go see a doctor for treatment. Deciding to not let this define me, I was determined to not only beat it but to become the best version of myself.”
I knew I needed to lose weight. After having my daughter in 2016, I needed to lose the weight for her, just as much as I did myself!
If you’ve been into fitness for awhile but struggle with consistency, this story is for you. After periods of weight loss and weight gain, Gabi Lot has figured out a way to maintain a healthy lifestyle that works for her!
Paula Brown feels better at 45 than ever before. She discovered the Cambridge 1:1 Diet and decided to make a change. After 10 months she’s down nearly 100 pounds and hasn’t looked back since!