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Angie

I am in need of a miracle, I hope that is you??? I am 5'3 226lbs just turned 40. I have tried every home delivery option. I have tried working with a personal trainer 2 times a week. I don't see results fast enough I give in. Potatoes, pizza, beer, all the bad stuff is my weakness. Please help me???

August 30, 2015

Angie

I have been checking back here all day. Is this where I will get a response?

August 31, 2015

Adrian Bryant

use this workout and this diet

September 01, 2015

Inês

Hi! I'm 18 years old and I just don't feel good about my body.
I'm 5 ft. 2 and my current weight is 127,87 pounds. My goal is 120 pounds. What would you recommend for me?
I reaaly can't afford going to the gym so it would have to be somenthing that I could do at home.
Thank you so much!

August 09, 2015

Adrian Bryant

this here will take you to 120

August 10, 2015

Jayne

Hi Adrian,

I just stumbled across this blog and have been reading almost every page. I need help! I'm 28yrs old, 5'3 and 145 pounds. A few years ago I was eating very little and weighed 114 pounds. I was also running every day. Somewhere along the way I lost my motivation. I have a real sweet tooth and prefer eating smaller meals. I also enjoy cardio. What do you recommend?

June 22, 2015

Adrian Bryant

simply use this workout and this diet

June 22, 2015

Jessi

Hi, I'm 23. 5'1" and 168lbs I had a baby 7 months ago and is wanting to lose the baby fat but in the past 3 months I gained 4lbs what kind of diet and exercise is best for me?

June 18, 2015

Name*

hey am 26 am 89kg am new to dis site so i want to loose weight am tired of seeing myself fat my clothes dont fit me i look different so i would like to start da diet plan i dont go to gym i just do some home exercise please advice what should i eat i want a diet plan

April 18, 2015

Muawya

Hi... I'm 25 years old my weight is 109 KGs with hight of 180 cm.

I start my diet two weeks back but I don't feel that I'm loosing my belly fat it's look like the same, I'm going to the gym everyday and I'm working out really hard almost two hours cardio workouts and half hour bodybuilding, I know that my weight will be the same because of bodybuilding but I don't feel that I'm loosing my butt and belly fat, and it's not noticeable in my cloths.

I eat healthy food with good amount not much.

Can you please help me out choosing best diet plane for me?

Thanks in advance

April 06, 2015

Tee

Hi Adrian,

I'm 5'1 and my weight is 56 kilos. I do a desk job, but try to lead a very active life style and on the average workout 5 days a week.

I have a treadmill at home and combine it with body weight HIIT and cardio exercises.

Recently i found out that my Thyroid is underactive, and i'm taking a 25mg pill daily for that.

Based on this, what diet plan and exercise regimen would you recommend me? I would want to reduce my weight to 50 kilos.

Cheers
Tee

March 25, 2015

Adrian Bryant

simply use this workout and this diet

March 25, 2015

lynn

Hi I need some help I'm 23 and5'3 I have pcos and I weigh 240 I have tried so many different. Things to shead this weight but I can't to find anything that works I eat a high protein,viggie low carb diet and avoid drinking sugary drinks I also drink lots of water and work out I need to lose this weight soon other wise I will be forced to have weight loss surgery and I don't want to have to go down that road

March 12, 2015

Kishen

Dear Adrian,
Last time I came here you told me a diet plan to follow and few exercises to do.... I have been following them for past few weeks.... I was weighing 92kgs and now am around 84kgs.... I am happy with my progress... My goal is around 75kg as my height is around 175cm. I thank you for your motivation and your videos for this.... But am concerned about the look of my chest, it's been far long and I cannot lose the chest fat from der. Please help me because am getting embarrassed even though I see results in weight loss. I do hope u wil guide me. Cheers..... Kishen

March 10, 2015

Adrian Bryant

just keep doing what you are doing and the fat loss from your chest will come as well but you can also do the chest workout here

March 11, 2015

Ana

I am 21 years old my age is 5'2" and my weight is 70 I want to loose weight can anyone please help me in making me a nice diet plan please..

March 06, 2015

Ana

Thank you soo much

March 20, 2015

Jayaa

Hi Adrian

i am 5ft 4inches with 154 lbs. I want to loose 19 lbs. by June of this year. For the past 2 weeks i being doing your 10min. Bike Workout (Lose 10 lbs. in 10 days) 6 days per week along with watching my diet.

Please advise if I am on the right track.

February 05, 2015

Adrian Bryant

you are on the right track and use this diet

February 05, 2015

Traci

I do believe that I am in love with your site. Honestly and truly. I never really understood the whole concept of weight loss when it comes to calories in and calories out, until I came upon your website and now I actually understand. However, I do find myself to be a bit skeptical when it comes to being able to eat "whatever" I want as long as I stay in my calorie goal range and I will lose weight no matter what. So, here is my story, I used to be a healthy 145lbs (about 17 years ago) and then I got pregnant with my first child. I gained a lot of weight with that little boy, got up to almost 300lbs...but I lost it and got down to about 190lbs and then got pregnant again, I didn't gain quite as much with my second child, but still got up to about 240lbs (mind you, I am only 5'6") after she was born I got down to 190 again and just hovered there, no matter what I did I couldn't lose weight. I ate healthy, I worked out all the time, it just wouldn't come off and I was stuck there for a looooong time. Here I am years later and I have gained 100lbs this past year alone (I have to be honest, I have not been living the healthiest of lives) but now I want to lose it!! This time for good!! I am getting married in a year and I currently weight 319lbs and I want to lose as much as possible before my wedding (which will be in Las Vegas' Valley of Fire). Do you think that if I stick to the caloric information you give on your site as well as doing at least 2 hours of cardio a day and strength training 3-4 days a week I will be able to lose maybe 75-100lbs by my wedding day? It seems so unrealistic to me, but I figured I would ask. I will be obtaining a treadmill within the next couple of weeks as well as a recumbent bike, and I currently have a Total Gym as well as many other tools at my disposal for effective weight loss. Coming across your site has opened my eyes a bit and has given me a new found confidence. Any tips or advice you can give would be great...I can honestly say, your site gave me enough confidence to tell everyone how much I weigh...my fiancee doesn't even know that :-)

February 01, 2015

Adrian Bryant

losing 100 pounds at your current weight in a year = no problem at all but you'll defintely lose more if you follow these workout rules here but you may want to wait about 2-to-6 weeks before using those rules until you work up to those intense workouts

February 02, 2015


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