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Feeling great just over a year still trying to lose a little more and tone. 528A2A64-0B06-48D2-9C42-3417F76AEB32.thumb.jpeg.2eba5aabcc5647c795f77ad64e4a4cfc.jpeg

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Wow, look at that waist! Congrats, thanks for sharing your inspirational pics!

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9 minutes ago, watertolive said:

Congrats - you're doing fabulous!

Thank you! 😊

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4 minutes ago, Orchids&Dragons said:

Wow, look at that waist! Congrats, thanks for sharing your inspirational pics!

Thank you so much 😊

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25 minutes ago, Tealael said:

Amazing

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Amazing transformation! Very inspirational! :1310_thumbsup_tone1:

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You look great, you should be proud.

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1 hour ago, macadamia said:

Amazing transformation! Very inspirational! :1310_thumbsup_tone1:

Thanks so much

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1 hour ago, TallyJeepGirl said:

You look great, you should be proud.

Thank you 😊

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@Moving Mountains. you look amazing! You are so close to goal as well, or are you happy at 190? I keep wondering if I'll end up happy at a different weight than I've set as my goal.

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35 minutes ago, AshAsh1 said:

@Moving Mountains. you look amazing! You are so close to goal as well, or are you happy at 190? I keep wondering if I'll end up happy at a different weight than I've set as my goal.

I am wondering that same thing. Maybe when I get to 200 pounds, I'll want to go to 185, or bulk up to 215... I'm not sure at this point. I have not weighed less than 200 pounds since 1985 when I was 19.

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1 hour ago, AshAsh1 said:

@Moving Mountains. you look amazing! You are so close to goal as well, or are you happy at 190? I keep wondering if I'll end up happy at a different weight than I've set as my goal.

Thank you! I feel good at this weight so I’m not to concerned about my goal right now. I do a lot of weight training so I know I have a lot of muscle and that weighs more than fat so I’m taking my time getting to my goal.

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1 hour ago, macadamia said:

I am wondering that same thing. Maybe when I get to 200 pounds, I'll want to go to 185, or bulk up to 215... I'm not sure at this point. I have not weighed less than 200 pounds since 1985 when I was 19.

I feel good where I’m at. I think lifting weights has made my weight seem high. If I just had done cardio I probably would weigh less but I don’t think I would feel as good. My knees are definitely thankful lol

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