“After my kids were born, it was like my body rebelled against me.My hormones were so out of whack that I couldn’t lose any weight no matter what I tried. ” After visiting several doctors and taking hormonal birth control pills for years, Sarah finally realized that the hormones were the cause of the problem.
Weighing in at 437 pounds, Russell was unable to live the life he wanted with his family of eight kids, ages 15 through 38.He was very open and supportive and checked in with me every day after my surgery.” Today, Russell weighs 193 pounds and is able to play softball with his daughter, hike up Mt.Roberts to visit his wife’s ashes and live a more active lifestyle.He finds that maintaining his weight through regular exercise and a healthy diet – consisting of small portions of game meat and salmon – has been an easy transition.This would work temporarily and she would lose a few pounds, only to gain them back.
She would meet up with a friend for walks in the park, but after that friend moved away, Maddie had no one to support her efforts and hold her accountable.
Life can be good and is good again.” *Results May Vary Maddie P. She’s a competitive runner, Zumba freak and practicing yogi. After reaching her peak weight of 252 pounds on her petite frame, Maddie knew it was time to make a change when she couldn’t catch her running toddler.
“I’ve never been super-skinny; curves run in my family genes.
The old me is always in the back of my mind, reminding me to do better and keep pushing.” Nowadays Maddie is a Fit Bit-wearing, meal-tracking, kid-chasing wonder woman who has never felt better.
“I workout daily and love my morning three mile runs because that’s my time to get away from the family and get refreshed; it doesn’t even feel like it’s exercise.
” *Results May Vary Meet Sarah, a busy wife and mother of four who found herself at the end of her rope after steadily gaining 114 pounds over the course of 15 years.