Discover the 10-Second Ritual Behind My 50lbs Weight Loss

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212lbs down to 139

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Jan 2, 2024, 7:25:29 AMJan 2
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Going from 212lbs down to 139 was one of the happiest moments of my life.

I always wanted to be one of those moms who could look good in yoga pants...

As I took my kid's to their soccer games, sports practices and after school activities.

There was only one problem.

No matter what I tried, I was always heavier than I wanted to be.

I'd go on a diet, lose 5 pounds if I was lucky, then everything would stall or I'd get bored and move on to something else.

Dieting isn't fun and it made me miserable. But I didn't even get the payoff either.

I was eating foods that made me miserable AND I was still overweight.

Not a great combo.

Things finally changed when I went to grab dinner at a restaurant next to my gym.

As I was walking out with my food...

A woman from the gym was walking to her car.

I kept seeing her all the time at the gym...

She was in amazing shape...

But she didn't really do anything.

She just spent most of her time stretching and she'd walk for a bit on the treadmill.

I was so desperate and frustrated at this point, I just didn't care...

So I walked up to her and asked her what she did.

She told me about a 10-second ritual she did every morning.

I remember thinking that she had to be hiding something...

Because it seemed way too easy.

But I was desperate, so I gave it a try...

And I'm so glad I did...

After a week, I started getting all these compliments at work...

People started talking to me more when I was out and about...

And I can't lie...

Losing 73 pounds felt GREAT.

But I feel even better drumming up the courage to take a leap of faith...

And talk to that complete stranger from the gym...

Otherwise who knows where I'd be.

Here's the 10-second morning routine I'm doing if you're interested.

-Teresa
 
 

 





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