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Weight Loss Before and After: Tracie’s 22 Pound Weight Loss Story

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Tracie lost 22 pounds! See my before and after weight loss pictures, and read amazing weight loss success stories from real women and their best weight loss diet plans and programs. Motivation to lose weight with walking and inspiration from before and after weightloss pics and photos.Tracie was tired of living with a less than perfect physique. She wanted to challenge herself to achieve her goals and aspirations. Read on to learn how she became determined and shed 22 pounds and 13% body fat! 

 

Vital Stats

Name: Tracie Euker

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Email: Eukert@yahoo.com

Before:

Age: 41

Height: 5’4″

Weight: 137 lbs

Body Fat: 23%

After:

Age: 41

Height: 5’4″

Weight: 115 lbs

Body Fat: 10%

Why I Got Started

I wanted to challenge myself to see if I had what it took to compete in figure with the INBF. I wanted to be a positive role model for my 2 young sons and the students I teach.

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How I Did It

I got serious about my goals and took control of my bad habits. I ate 5 small meals a day, went to the gym 4 to 5 days a week, did a ton of cardio and lifted weights. It took a lot of focus and discipline!

Supplements

* Multivitamin

* Amino Acids

* Glutamine

* Protein Powder

Diet

Meal 1:

o Eggs

o Oats

Meal 2:

o Chicken breast

o Large salad

Meal 3:

o Egg whites

o Almonds

Meal 4: Post-Workout

o Protein shake

Meal 5:

o Fish

o Vegetables

Training

On all exercises for each body part I perform 2 compound movements for 3 to 4 sets with a rep range of 8-10 and 2 to 3 isolation movements.

As my contest grew closer I increased the rep range to 10-15 and decreased rest time between sets from 2 or 3 minutes to 1 minute. I added cardio up to 2 times a day – one AM session one PM session.

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Suggestions For Others

Don’t let age be a deciding factor. As long as you are able to get up and go, get up and do it! Set a goal and focus on the prize. Average is no longer an option and age is all but a number! Believe in yourself!

 

Source: Bodybuilding

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