T-Minus 30 pounds

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5'4-5'5"
HW: 160 US lbs.
SW:153 US lbs
CW:147.5 US lbs.
G1: 145
G2:140
G3:135
G4:130
UGW: about 120

  1. buttsandbarbells:

Curls for the gurls

    buttsandbarbells:

    Curls for the gurls

    (Source: en0lagay, via survival-of-the-fitblr)

  2. makinsomejokes:

    yay—stefon:

    Louis C.K.’s opening monologue on SNL.

    (via size10plz)

  3. do not tell her you love her if you are not ready for her to call you at 3 AM freaking out.
    do not tell her you love her if you cannot handle her father or mother.
    do not tell her you love her if you cannot love her at her worse.
    do not tell her you love her if you only crave for her curves, not her mind.
    do not tell her you love her if you cannot deal with her mood swings.
    do not tell her you love her just to have sex.
    do not tell her you love her. Krystal Gonzalez  (via memoriesrecollected)

    (via teatravelandtraining)

  4. swolizard:

peanutbutterandsquats:

CAN WE JUST TAKE A MOMENT TO APPRECIATE HOW FAR MY BOOTY HAS COME.

your progress photos shit on mine like fuck… I new I made a good choice in you

    swolizard:

    peanutbutterandsquats:

    CAN WE JUST TAKE A MOMENT TO APPRECIATE HOW FAR MY BOOTY HAS COME.

    your progress photos shit on mine like fuck… I new I made a good choice in you

    (via itszoooee)

  5. I can’t be lying on my deathbed, at 19, or 30, or 88, and be asked ‘did you accomplish everything you wanted to?’ and the answer being no, because all I had done my whole fucking existence was avoid pizza and chocolate and peanut butter. Because taste is part of the five senses and it’s part of being alive. Because I’m not going to be dropped down six feet on a rainy Thursday when I’m afraid of having a bowl of ice cream with the people I love because the voices in my head have reduced Ben & Jerry’s to nothing but numbers and percent signs which, when you really think about it, never actually meant anything at all.
    (via themarathonofholdingon)

    Bloody hell, the Ben and Jerry’s tho

    (via illustratinghannah)

    (via fitnika)

  6. beforeandafterfatlosspics:

quicklyfit 
so…this happened. 5’6.5
this picture is, believe it or not, to scale - you can see that my phone is the same size in both pictures, as are my hand and wrist.
the difference is a little more than 50 pounds, and i’ve achieved this through an extremely strict low carb low sugar diet - 80% protein (if it didn’t swim, walk, or fly at one point, i won’t eat it. it’s like the opposite of vegetarianism. i’ll have at most 3 tablespoons of dairy a day). and my carb intake i restricted to 10-20 grams a day because you can’t avoid them completely, and i also have 2 cups of vegetables every day to prevent kidney stones and such. i don’t count the carbs in those. i used to have fruit additionally, but i want to lose weight faster these days and my body is sensitive to sugar so i’ve taken it out. i don’t count calories, however i do have a food journal. i only count carbs and sugar.
i suffer from PCOS and insulin resistance (once i reach my goal weight, my endocrinologist says i won’t have these anymore), so this diet has worked wonders, because women with these syndromes usually have a big belly and dark patches and getting rid of it is so hard and i’m working slowly but surely!!!
my activity has only been walking in the city and taking as many stairs as possible - i REFUSE to use an escalator or elevator! they’re for wimps ;) no matter how tired i get, every single day, i get less tired and out of breath and it feels great!!! i’m on a language immersion trip, so heading to the gym has been pretty hard so i take the long way to school to walk a lot and i do body weight exercises occasionally on the floor of my room.
feel free to ask me any questions (please check my FAQ first though). i’ve been there and i know how hard it is and i’d love to help in any way possible :)
- quicklyfit

    beforeandafterfatlosspics:

    quicklyfit 

    so…this happened. 5’6.5

    this picture is, believe it or not, to scale - you can see that my phone is the same size in both pictures, as are my hand and wrist.

    the difference is a little more than 50 pounds, and i’ve achieved this through an extremely strict low carb low sugar diet - 80% protein (if it didn’t swim, walk, or fly at one point, i won’t eat it. it’s like the opposite of vegetarianism. i’ll have at most 3 tablespoons of dairy a day). and my carb intake i restricted to 10-20 grams a day because you can’t avoid them completely, and i also have 2 cups of vegetables every day to prevent kidney stones and such. i don’t count the carbs in those. i used to have fruit additionally, but i want to lose weight faster these days and my body is sensitive to sugar so i’ve taken it out. i don’t count calories, however i do have a food journal. i only count carbs and sugar.

    i suffer from PCOS and insulin resistance (once i reach my goal weight, my endocrinologist says i won’t have these anymore), so this diet has worked wonders, because women with these syndromes usually have a big belly and dark patches and getting rid of it is so hard and i’m working slowly but surely!!!

    my activity has only been walking in the city and taking as many stairs as possible - i REFUSE to use an escalator or elevator! they’re for wimps ;) no matter how tired i get, every single day, i get less tired and out of breath and it feels great!!! i’m on a language immersion trip, so heading to the gym has been pretty hard so i take the long way to school to walk a lot and i do body weight exercises occasionally on the floor of my room.

    feel free to ask me any questions (please check my FAQ first though). i’ve been there and i know how hard it is and i’d love to help in any way possible :)

    - quicklyfit

  7. (Source: twloha, via weight-a-second)

  8. A Happy Weight doesn’t necessarily mean that you will instantly love the weight/size where your body is happiest. I struggled for a long time to accept my Happy Weight and realize that I wasn’t going to be a better person, more loved, etc. if I was 10 pounds lighter.