Sharing her transformation pictures on Reddit, the woman detailed her exact weight loss routine. Revealing she is 27 and 5’5”, Reddit user ‘Amandamushu’ went on to explain what she did to lose the weight in the comments. She wrote: “Running is what really pushed me past the 200’s. I like to run 3-4 miles now. “For those wondering what I have done to lose the weight I started a strict counting calories diet.
I used the Livestrong my plate app and logged everything I ate. I also worked out 3-4 times a week
“I used the Livestrong my plate app and logged everything I ate. I also worked out 3-4 times a week.
“I enjoyed group classes at the gym. I have an Apple Watch and would deduct the calories I burned with how many I had left for the day.
“I started running and that really pushed the extra pounds. This took me around two years. I took it slow as I wanted this to be a lifestyle change not a diet.”
This woman is not the only person to share their weight loss transformation online, as well as reveal how they achieved it.
Reddit user AyThrowaway0111 gave details of his four stone seven pound weight loss on the forum.
Sharing his diet, he said: “My morning is 1 of 2 things. Either a shake (3 cups of spinach, 1 medium banana, 1 cup of unsweetened greek yogurt chobani and 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk) OR 1 sausage egg and cheese mcmuffin from mcdonalds with half of the muffin removed.”
He then went on to detail his lunch options and said: “Lunch is one of these things: Taco Bell Power Menu Bowl with no rice and a soft taco (depending on calorie and carb needs for that day), a prepped meal consisting of 1 can of turkey/chicken, 1 can of black beans no salt added, 1 bag of steam in the microwave broccoli, 1 bag of steamed spinach all put into the same big Tupperware container and seasoned liberally with garlic, onion, salt, pepper and hot sauce.
“The total for that Tupperware container comes to around 870-960 calories. So I split it between lunch and dinner if I go this route.
“The other option is 2 Mcdoubles from Mcdonalds with NO buns for a total of 460 calories. Depending on what I did for breakfast or felt like prepping will determine what I do for lunch.”
Finally, he explained his choices for dinner: “Dinner is the same almost every night. 1 bag of steamed broccoli or spinach, with around 0.8-0.9 pounds of boneless skinless chicken breasts seasoned with the same as the lunch meal I described and roughly half a can of black beans.
“For roughly 745 calories (104g of protein). This should end my day around 1500-1600 calories and then my whey protein shake after the gym puts me right at 1620-1720 to finish the day.”
Other dieters may be surprised he ate fast food and still managed to lose weight, but he explained it all comes down to macros.
He said: “About 35 percent carbs, 25 percent fat and 40 percent protein. Macros are important depending on your needs at the time. On my lifting rest days I drastically reduce the carbs as the instant energy is not needed.”
Exercise also played a part in his transformation, and he wrote: “My routine is work 8-6 ish. Come home cook dinner and maybe a quick prep. Workout from 7:15 to 8:15 and then come home kill my protein shake and then run for about 18-20 mins. Rinse and repeat.
“My off days are not 100 percent do nothing days. I still run every day (unless leg day got me and then I might walk like a duck on the treadmill). I also like to hike or do something outside on these off days to ensure a day is not wasted.”
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