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Sleeved July 18th

209 to 165

Down 44 lbs

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July seems to be a good month for sleevers with all the positive results!

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Except I've just hit a stall....no weight lost last week grrrr....but all of you awesome July-ers are keeping me cheered up and motivated!

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Sleeved July 2nd. I've lost 86 pounds!

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The rules to my success so far are eat clean, walk walk walk and drink drink drink. Some may not be as draconian as I am, but the results can speak for themselves. I need to pick up my walking again. I stopped walking so much at month 3 which probably explains my relatively slow loss in last few weeks. I have replaced walking with more rigorous exercises and just started a weight training program.

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I was sleeved on July 31, I have lost a total of 70 pounds! 40 pounds post op and 30 pounds pre op. Lovin it.!

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I was sleeved july 2nd..i guess u can say that was my independence dat..lol..i started at 210 and now weigh 178. Thas 32 down which im very happy about but i wish it was a tad faster. I think im a slow loser..ive actually been stuck at 178 for two weeks..but im tryin to stay optimistic as long as the scale doesnt go up im happy..and had a great recovery with no intolerances...good luck to all.

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Sleeved July 27th, and down 40 pounds. Two weeks after my surgery I started working out at my gym again. I go 5 days a week, 3 days I do weights and dance aerobics, and the other 2 days I do Zumba. My surgeon said the scale will show a slower weight loss as I am building muscle which weighs more than fat, but that I will be happier with the results in the long run since I'm toning while losing.

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Surgery was July 9th & I've lost

65lbs.

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July 3rd down 31

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I was sleeved July 2nd and I have lost 30 pounds. It seems really slow but I will take it. I also have not been exercising like I should but I am going to get back on it.

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July 3rd down 31

Looks like we have similiar weight loss...:)

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I was sleeved July 25th. I've lost 55 lbs. from a size 18-20 and now a size 14.

2 more lbs till onderland! wohoo.

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