Struggling on Your Own Weight-Loss Journey? Get Inspired by These 75-Pound Transformations

If you're on a weight-loss journey, you'll find instant inspiration in these extraordinary transformation photos. They prove that although losing 75 pounds is no easy feat and takes extreme dedication and commitment, it is totally possible!


"As much as you're going to go through a physical change throughout your weight-loss journey, you also go through mental change as well."


"I still can't get over how different the side view is now."


"Slowly but surely is what I keep saying and I'm working on getting there each and every day."


"Just keep going friends. It will be SO worth it. The time FLIES by anyways . . . why not make the most of it?"


"I may still have a lot of work to do, but I've come a LONG way and transformation photos like this make me SO freakin proud of myself and the progress I've made."


"You see... this past year hasn't just been about weight loss. Sure, that's a huge part of it. But what it's really done is helped shape me into the person I've always wanted to be: strong, motivated, fearless, confident."


"75 pounds down so far still working on this journey."


"Same shirt, almost a year apart. I'm proud of my progress."


"Progress so far 💚 the far left was taken right after my highest weigh in at about 240lbs in 2013, the center was my lowest when I started getting sick and dropped to 135lbs around 2015-16 and the right is me now at 163lbs in 2018."


"Down 76.5lbs so far. Love how easy everything physical is nowadays."


"There is no one-size-fits-all for nutrition. There is no best diet for weight loss. Quick fixes very rarely last."


"75lbs between the two pictures... feeling so good physically and mentally!"


"I only wear this suit once a year, making it the perfect item to show off my 75 pounds of weight loss!"


"The best thing I can do for my kids is to wake up and love and care for myself so I can always be the best I can for them."


"I did not think it was possible for me to lose 75 pounds, yet here I am! 4 years ago, I felt trapped in a body that I didn't love and did not appreciate. I am slowly starting to appreciate my body more and more as time goes on."


"You get what you work for. Nothing more, nothing less."