Before and NOW pictures! (Read 22423 times)

    way to go ross.


    3Days4Cure

      Not as dramatic as some, but since I've been stuck for a while, I think I'm at the end result... July 2007 in the Galapagos (168 lbs). I started running in August. About 2 weeks ago at the Philly Distance Run, 128 lbs (down 40, 8 to go).

      Chris

      2014 Goals 
      Raise $3,000 for the Komen 3-Day (and walk 60 miles in 3 days)
      Run at least one race

       

        Wow, Chris. Fantastic job. You look great.
          Chris - you sell yourself short. That's pretty dramatic! You look amazing!


          Misinformation Officer

            WTG Ross and Chris! Amazing!
              OK my go Big grin On the left was on my holiday(vacation) in Portugal 2007 and the right was my holiday in Croatia 2008. 4 inches off the waist, 23 pounds off the body and approximately 1200 miles later Cool BTW It's still coming off but a little slower now

              Jerry
              A runners blog-updated daily


              3Days4Cure

                Jerry- you look great! Awesome job and keep up the great work.

                Chris

                2014 Goals 
                Raise $3,000 for the Komen 3-Day (and walk 60 miles in 3 days)
                Run at least one race

                 


                Another Passion

                  Great job, Chris. You've done a phenominal job! And Jerry, even your glasses look thinner in the now picture! Shocked Great job peeps!

                  Rick
                  "The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare." - Juma Ikangaa
                  "I wanna go fast." Ricky Bobby
                  runningforcassy.blogspot.com

                    Chris - you sell yourself short. That's pretty dramatic! You look amazing!
                    Wow! You do look wonderful Chris. Congrats on being a healthier you!


                    Baby bean!

                      This is the best thread ever!

                      Goals:
                      Finish C25K

                      I'm slower than a herd of turtles stampeding through peanut butter, but I run.


                      Dave

                        Awesome job, Chris and Jerry!! Life changing.
                        I ran a mile and I liked it, liked it, liked it.

                        dgb2n@yahoo.com
                          I've been waiting a few months till my most recent race to post these! My first race ever - Half Marathon in Victoria. Taken: October 2006 Weight: 174 lbs (heaviest ever was 187lbs but I don't have photo's) Finishing Time: 1:38:00 Royal Victoria Marathon Taken: October 12, 2008 Weight: 152 lbs. Finishing Time: 3:06:00


                          De-slacking in progress

                            I've been waiting a few months till my most recent race to post these! My first race ever - Half Marathon in Victoria. Taken: October 2006 Weight: 174 lbs (heaviest ever was 187lbs but I don't have photo's) Finishing Time: 1:38:00 Royal Victoria Marathon Taken: October 12, 2008 Weight: 152 lbs. Finishing Time: 3:06:00
                            Great pics- maybe there is hope for me yet- I was 220#... now seemingly stuck at 172# hoping to get down to about where you are. You just gave me hope that I can do it- thanks

                            started running @ age 48 [lost 70#+, quit a 30 year pack/day habit>> ran HM]  Ran a few years then quit. Gained 70#+ back and smoking like before. Time to get healthy again @ 52 years over with the C25K program and beyond again. RE-start date 1-13-14


                            On the road back

                              Great job, spark! I can relate to feeling stuck, slap. I started around 210 and have now been around the low 180s for what seems like forever. Want to eventually hit 175. I bet running longer distances will help.

                              2013 Goals: Run more. Smile while I do it. Complete 2 marathons in a year. (1 down, 1 to go)

                                Great job, spark! I can relate to feeling stuck, slap. I started around 210 and have now been around the low 180s for what seems like forever. Want to eventually hit 175. I bet running longer distances will help.
                                Great job, Sparky, you look younger now! Yapper, I didn't find that running longer helped me lose weight faster - it was the diet control that did it. But after I made it to my goal weight (35 pounds lost), I've found that I don't have to diet anymore to keep the weight off. I love that!