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Throughout the day I got a few compliments and I thought people were just being odd but I then noticed I am wearing my favorite work shirt and it's fitting comfortably for the first time in years.

I have been going to the gym every day for 4 weeks and already can fit in large shirts again not just xl and all my pants are finally cozy again

If your not going to the gym do it DO IT NOW!if fat me can do it so can you :)

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I'm into weight lifting, amateur stuff though

6'1 was at 240lbs now at 185ish

Squat 335lbsDeadlift 385Bench 185Overhead 160Barbell row 140

Not my best lifts

Been doing 5x5 stronglifts for 1.5 years on and off.

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We're doing the gym 2-3 times a week. For myself I'm doing about 30ish minutes of cardio, 15 minutes on the elliptical and 15 minutes on the rowing machine. Other 30 mins spent on strengthening using weights and machines.

Definitely looking forward to hockey starting up early June.

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