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4 hours ago, Annlin said:

Wow... everyone looks great.
I am 3 months post op, and have lost 46 pounds... 20170420_114655.jpg 20170420_114407.jpg 20170420_111752.jpg

These are my success pics... and I am enjoying my post sleeve journey... emoji4.pngemoji4.pngemoji4.pngemoji4.png

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Looking good there.

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It's been a while since I've shared here.

56 more lbs until I'm at my goal weight!

Before: Size 3X/4X - 24/26
After: Size Large - 14/16

(because people always ask..)
I'm 6'0 tall
My Starting weight was 400 lbs

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Looking great!! Keep it up.


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Its almost 2 years and I am loving it! No more diabetes medication and insulin. I can do anything I want to do, I can wear anything and most specially I have gain so much confidence and support from all my family and friends with my journey! I have lost about 85 lbs. ... from a size 20 to size 10.... it feels so good to be healthy again!


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It's been a while since I've shared here.
56 more lbs until I'm at my goal weight!
Before: Size 3X/4X - 24/26
After: Size Large - 14/16
(because people always ask..)
I'm 6'0 tall
My Starting weight was 400 lbs
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Great Job!



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Now THAT is beautiful!

Thank you so much!


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I haven't posted to this thread in a long time so I thought I would participate with the newbies. The first picture was taken sometime in 2012, not even my heaviest but probably close. It was the only one I have that shows a profile though. The other picture is from todays form check video I submit to my coach.

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14months since the surgery, seems I've reached my weight, haven't been gaining or losing for a few weeks. Finally!

Some before:

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Last week during some holidays in Norway:

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It was after a 5hours walk through the Norwegian mountains, the view of the fjord was great and I was really glad I could climb up all this, one year ago I would not have been able to do so! I now am in better physical shape than most of my friends which feels kinda weird but satisfying as well.

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7 months after my sleeve.

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23 minutes ago, anewmeja said:

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I am one year out and down 106 lbs. I'd still like to lose about 25 more.

SW 277
CW 171

Beautiful!!! You remind me so much of my good friend from high school. Congrats on your loss! So beautiful.

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59 minutes ago, Brian B said:

7 months after my sleeve

Great job!!!! I got a kick that both pics are in front of the grill. LOL I love it!!!

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On ‎04‎/‎22‎/‎2017 at 3:56 AM, BelgianGuy said:

It was after a 5hours walk through the Norwegian mountains, the view of the fjord was great and I was really glad I could climb up all this, one year ago I would not have been able to do so! I now am in better physical shape than most of my friends which feels kinda weird but satisfying as well.

So jealous, I used to do all kinds of hiking. It'll happen again....congratulations! You've achieved so much...especially doing a 5 hours walk. :)

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