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10 months post-op,. Down 175 lbs… 40 lbs more to lose



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Great transformation! You’ll get those last 40! Yeah, that scale....I don’t look at it myself. 😊

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Great transformation! You’ll get those last 40! Yeah, that scale....I don’t look at it myself. [emoji4]

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Congratulations, you look great


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Congratulations, you look great




Thank you


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You look great my dude. Your hard work is paying off!

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You look great my dude. Your hard work is paying off!

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You look great my dude. Your hard work is paying off!

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you look like a totally different person!!! congratulations on your success!!!

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26 minutes ago, angyplus5 said:

you look like a totally different person!!! congratulations on your success!!!

Sent from my SM-G930VL using BariatricPal mobile app

Thank you! :)

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Hi all, quick update, I am close to my 10th month post-op.

I was VSG’d 03/10/17, HW: 405, SW: 385, CW: 230. My goal weight is 190.. It is very hard to shed last 40 lbs, it seems to be attached to my body LOL.. I am very thankful to this process; it is definitely a great tool. However, it is 50/50 we need to engage the other 50% and battle every day with our old bad habits. I am satisfied with my weight loss, but really wanted to lose more weight by now, I hit stalls 3 times, and they last for weeks.. I don’t even look at the scale, now is my enemy (LOL) , instead I rely on clothing and noticed I am losing size… I increased my workouts the last 4 months, I do 4-5 times a week (1.5-2 hrs), I split weight training and HIIT. Now I am working really hard on core workouts.. I hope I can meet my goal by March 1st,
PS: pardon quality of photos.. as header says (quick update)
WL2017-1.thumb.jpg.5eb7208d196de6a36bcac5a30b5c9d2b.jpgharing this few WL2017-2.thumb.jpg.de318e9dd72c6f49863fb809c1c0af51.jpgphotos for now… Will post more in March and I hope I can see a difference. You always friend Carlos….


You may not see the transformation but I can! You look great! Very inspiring!

D.R. Potential Sleever

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Hi all, quick update, I am close to my 10th month post-op.

I was VSG’d 03/10/17, HW: 405, SW: 385, CW: 230. My goal weight is 190.. It is very hard to shed last 40 lbs, it seems to be attached to my body LOL.. I am very thankful to this process; it is definitely a great tool. However, it is 50/50 we need to engage the other 50% and battle every day with our old bad habits. I am satisfied with my weight loss, but really wanted to lose more weight by now, I hit stalls 3 times, and they last for weeks.. I don’t even look at the scale, now is my enemy (LOL) , instead I rely on clothing and noticed I am losing size… I increased my workouts the last 4 months, I do 4-5 times a week (1.5-2 hrs), I split weight training and HIIT. Now I am working really hard on core workouts.. I hope I can meet my goal by March 1st,
PS: pardon quality of photos.. as header says (quick update)
WL2017-1.thumb.jpg.5eb7208d196de6a36bcac5a30b5c9d2b.jpgharing this few WL2017-2.thumb.jpg.de318e9dd72c6f49863fb809c1c0af51.jpgphotos for now… Will post more in March and I hope I can see a difference. You always friend Carlos….


Incredible! Congratulations,you will reach your goal!

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Thanks everyone 😜

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Nice work! Keep up the grind and you'll hit the mark!

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