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Weight-Loss Success Stories: New Body, New Life

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Great success story! Read before and after fitness transformation stories from women and men who hit weight loss goals and got THAT BODY with training and meal prep. Find inspiration, motivation, and workout tips | Weight Loss Success Stories: New Body, New LifeSandra Czerwinski

Age: 46

 

Occupation: Accountant

Hometown:Buckingham,Pennsylvania

Height: 5’7″

Previous Weight: 230 pounds

Current Weight: 165 pounds

Weight Lost: 65 pounds

Turning Point: I’d been pregnant for almost three years in a row. With each pregnancy I gained more weight, and for years after it just never came off. I even skipped my college reunion because I didn’t want anyone to see me with the extra pounds.

How She Lost It: I knew what I had to do to lose weight: exercise regularly, eat more fruits and vegetables, and toss out all the junk food. But the weight-loss programs I tried didn’t explain how a working mom with three boys, ages 14, 12, and 9, could suddenly find the time to work out. Nor did they reveal why I ate when I was overwhelmed. Then on a whim I decided to see a hypnotherapist. He didn’t focus on what I ate (though he did send me to a nutritionist to learn to eat better). Instead, he helped me improve my self-image and attitude. He also taught me how to handle stress without turning to food. When my dad passed away recently, I caught myself in the cupboard eating cookies. I’d had maybe two and then I stopped, stepped back, and headed outside for a walk instead. With my therapist’s help, I also found time for exercise. When you have a can-do attitude it’s easier to get out of bed a little earlier or to get on a treadmill instead of plopping down in front of the television after the kids are asleep.

What She Found: My husband and I have rekindled our romance. We meet for lunch, send each other “I love you” texts, and started sailing again—that’s how we met, but we hadn’t taken a boat out together in years because I’d gotten so big. Now we’re even competing in races. And recently we went away for a night, just the two of us—something we hadn’t done in the 14 years since our first child was born. We chose a beautiful hotel, just 15 minutes away from home, yet it made a world of difference. I’d bought a special outfit that showed off my new curves. After an intimate dinner and a long walk through a quaint town, we discovered that we are more than just mom and dad, we are a couple in love.

Source: Familycircle

Originally posted 2012-09-23 08:28:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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