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RnYBeyhive

Gastric Bypass Patients
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About RnYBeyhive

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    Senior Member
  • Birthday 01/13/1994

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    FEMALE
  • City
    Columbus
  • State
    Ohio

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  1. RnYBeyhive

    💜 SEP 2019 CHALLENGE 💜

    I’m late but I’m in!! My one year will be in two weeks! Goals: reach a normal BMI of 24.9 / lose 6+lbs and finish my half marathon strong. Surgery: RNY (9/17/18) losing Weight: 180lbs BMI: 25.8 Beginner squat challenge because I have a half marathon at the end of the month and I need my legs lmao My favorite flaw? I eat a lot of PB , it’s a strange addiction but at least it’s not large pizzas and family size bags of chips
  2. RnYBeyhive

    Six months post-op+ : The Sophomores Thread

    @Frustr8 That’s awesome that you’re so close to goal!! Keep pushing! How do you feel? Thank you 💜💜
  3. RnYBeyhive

    Six months post-op+ : The Sophomores Thread

    9 months post Gastric Bypass stats: 5’10” HW 5/17/18: 325lbs SW 9/17/18: 304lbs CW: 185lbs GW / Ideal weight per surgeon: 165 I’m willing to go as low as 150lbs I’m training for 2 half marathons and a full marathon (September,October,December) and my struggle will be keeping my weight above 149lbs. I’ve slowly increased my intake to 1000 cals and then 1200 cals but my training will pick up in the next couple of weeks and I know I’ll need to eat even more. I never thought I’d struggle to eat enough but when I was training for my quarter marathon earlier this year lack of food made me feel weak at random times smh.
  4. RnYBeyhive

    Pounds lost

    I’m 9 months out and down 119lbs , I’d like to lose 25 more pounds
  5. RnYBeyhive

    Six months post-op+ : The Sophomores Thread

    I can’t wait to watch that movie! 9 months post op next week and I’ve been eating pescatarian since May 1st. At this point I meal prep for 5 or so days out of the week. Honestly eating has become less stressful so I’m happy. I’m 25lbs away from goal and training for 3 races this fall: two half marathons and a full marathon. Nailing my nutrition now is a huge priority for me. People ask me about how my surgeon feels about my progress and honestly I don’t know, I’ll find out next week lol.
  6. RnYBeyhive

    ❤ MAY 2019 CHALLENGE❤

    Checking in! *8 months post RNY* I haven’t ran nearly as much as I planned this month. I’ve been eating well balanced pescatarian and vegetarian meals since the 1st. I meal prepped for my Myrtle Beach trip and didn’t stray from it (lost 6lbs while ON vacation). My starting weight was 199lbs this month with an end goal of 187lbs. As of yesterday I’m 191lbs so I might hit my goal! I’m 26lbs away from goal weight. Here’s a pic of me on vacation a few days ago vs me in July of 2018 when I was 2 months away from my surgery date.
  7. RnYBeyhive

    Six months post-op+ : The Sophomores Thread

    I still have to buy a bridesmaid dress for my mom’s wedding next month smh🤦🏾‍♀️. Also I’m worried about what I’ll eat because I’m pretty sure that I’ll be sticking to pescatarianism
  8. RnYBeyhive

    ❤ MAY 2019 CHALLENGE❤

    I’m in! Current weight: 199lbs Surgical Status: 8 months post op RNY this month Goals for the month: -Eat well balanced vegetarian/pescatarian meals for Meatless May -Run 63 miles -Cross train weekly -Reach 187lbs
  9. RnYBeyhive

    Six months post-op+ : The Sophomores Thread

    Okay so since my pouch isn’t very fond of meat and I don’t feel like fighting her about it I’ve decided to challenge myself to Meatless May. My problem in the past when I tried to switch to vegetarianism was that I planned poorly. This time I chose to prep simple vegetarian and pescatarian meals. I bought groceries to help with my meal prep and for now I’ll use meat substitutes a couple of times a week while gradually trying Whole food recipes to add into my diet. I have a variety of nuts, seeds, nut butter, cheese,Greek yogurt,cottage cheese,etc to help me get my protein in. Also I’ll still be drinking Premier protein once a day until I get a better blender for protein smoothies (without powder,yuck).
  10. RnYBeyhive

    Pounds lost

    I’m 7 months post op from Gastric Bypass and I’ve lost 100lbs. Before surgery I lost 21lbs
  11. RnYBeyhive

    Six months post-op+ : The Sophomores Thread

    7 months post RnY and I’m finally getting the hang of eating enough to fuel my body to run and survive moving all day at work! Am I the only one who has considered vegetarianism at this point after surgery? Honestly eating meat feels like a chore now and I could do without it. I’ve been meal prepping for a couple of weeks and I think I want to make next week a vegetarian or pescatarian week.
  12. Thank you everyone! This all started with my bucket list!
  13. RnYBeyhive

    ❤ FEBRUARY 2019 CHALLENGE ❤

    Day 4: training for a quarter marathon and trying to get comfortable with running instead of just walking. Resisted the 20 boxes of Donatos at the gym but I was pissed off about it. Two nights before surgery I ate a whole medium Donatos pizza to myself. After that I ate a huge taco salad with Doritos and everything that’s terrible for you. Idk how I didn’t throw up that night. Anyway I resisted temptation which is a big thing for me. Pizza is my notorious binge food.
  14. RnYBeyhive

    ❤ FEBRUARY 2019 CHALLENGE ❤

    Alright let’s do this! RNY: 9/17/18 and steadily losing Today’s weight is 232.8 Challenge Goals: complete no junk food challenge Attempt the plank challenge Challenge weight goal: 216lbs
  15. I’ll be hitting 5 months post op later this month. I haven’t been active at all until this week but my weight loss has been steady (minus November, -6lbs that whole month smh). Labs were normal at my 4 month check up and my surgeon is happy with my progress. My next appointment is at 9 months post op and I can’t imagine the changes that will happen between now and June. Also I’m down 72lbs since surgery so far. I don’t eat much, actually I’m transitioning to vegetarianism because eating meat is no longer enjoyable to me. I guess this means I have to cook more. I’m currently training for a quarter marathon and I believe that this will help me reach onederland in 12 weeks. I have a half marathon in September and October, my first full marathon is in December. Goals: “overweight” BMI at 6 months post Run more than I walk Complete “insanity” workout Consume balanced high protein vegetarian meals I’m ready to crush it this year
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