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1 hour ago, Glen Dean said:

Dang dude, great job.

Looking very fit sir. Your an inspiration.

Glen

thank you very much

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Posted (edited)

Three pics:

The day before VSG (already down 88lbs from my high weight of 406lbs

At my goal weight of 225lbs, with all the loose skin

2 weeks after plastic surgery to remove the loose skin. Still at 225lbs. Still a little swollen from surgery.

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Edited by BlueCrush

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Starting weight 308 lbs.

Current weight 198 lbs

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1 hour ago, Johnny B said:

Starting weight 308 lbs.

Current weight 198 lbs

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WOW.... that is awesome!!! Weigh to go!!!

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On 6/8/2019 at 7:05 PM, Johnny B said:

Starting weight 308 lbs.

Current weight 198 lbs

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you look great man good job keep up the good work cheers

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