Then & Now Photos

Before beginning my weight loss and running journey, I worked a sedentary job and used food as a coping mechanism to deal with the stress in my life.  I did not exercise regularly and did not make my health a priority in any way.  My weight at it’s highest was just over 200 pounds.  I have since maintained a 55 pound weight loss with the help of running and exercise and now focus less on the scale and more on my health.  In the spring of 2008, I completed the Couch to 5K program and ran my first race and was hooked.  I am not a physical fitness expert, nor a nutrition guru, but I focus on strength training, running and eating well to stay healthy.  Thanks for reading-and happy running!

Near my heaviest weight.  Size 12-14 pants.  Size XL shirts.
Near my heaviest weight circa 2006. Size 12-14 pants, Size XL shirts.
Midway through weight loss.  Size 10 pants, Shirt size L
Midway through weight loss. Size 10 pants, Size L shirt
March 2014 - size 4/6 pants & size Small shirts
March 2014 – size 4/6 pants & Size S shirts

4 thoughts on “Then & Now Photos

  1. Kimberly B February 18, 2014 / 11:56 pm

    Wow you look awesome! It’s so nice when you can find something you really enjoy and go with it. I’m pretty sure that’s what I need to do – find something I enjoy and that motivates me to keep going.

  2. Kay Kathleen February 20, 2014 / 3:12 pm

    Good for you for making this change in your life!! I’ve been an avid runner for about 15 years now…as I’m sure you know, once it becomes a part of you, there’s just no turning back!!

  3. Lauren February 20, 2014 / 3:19 pm

    Wow, way to go! I have my first 5k on Sunday, I actually only got into running after losing 55lbs but now I am hooked too.

  4. CML August 30, 2014 / 12:45 pm

    Love your shorter hair, so flattering! Congratulations on the progress you have made, very VERY inspirational.

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