Super slimmer! People who have shed a whopping 220 pounds share incredible before-and-after shots to inspire others on their weight-loss journeys
- People have shared photos of their impressive weight loss to motivate others
- From all over the US, they’ve lost hundreds of pounds to look healthier
- Some said the weight loss took several years and effort to complete
People have shared photos of their weight loss success stories to inspire others hoping to shed some pounds.
Super slimers from across the US shared before-and-after snaps in a gallery collected by Bored Panda
While some were still crunching the pounds, others said they had managed to maintain their new weight and fully embrace their new leaner selves.
A man from the US not only looked much thinner in his photo, but also looked several years younger and more toned.
One woman said she had lost a whopping 220 pounds in four years after undergoing gastric bypass surgery to get her started.
People have shared impressive pictures of their weight loss. A young woman from the US said she had lost 220 pounds since she started losing weight in 2016
This slimming powerhouse lost 154 pounds from her 425-pound starting weight (left) and said she was happy with a healthy BMI (right)
This handsome guy proudly announced that he lost 140 pounds on his weight loss journey. Front, left and after, pictured on the right
This man, earlier in the photo, left, from the US not only looked slimmer, he also looked younger after his impressive weight loss (right)
This guy from the USA lost 176 pounds in just a year after deciding he wanted to change his appearance. Front, left and after, pictured on the right
A Southeast Asian woman proudly said she lost 101 pounds and 18 percent body fat after her weight loss (before, left and after, right)
Prior to his weight loss, in the photo, this super slim one from the US was told he wouldn’t live to see 40 and weighed about 500 pounds. He is now on the right after losing 350 pounds
A weight loss hero said he drunkenly bet on a coworker that he would get fit in 2020 and couldn’t get back on his word (pictured for left and now, right)
A super slimmer showed her weight loss progress before 2018, pictured left, and 2019, pictured right