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When she was a teenager, she weighed over 180 kg. “I was terrified of my health”
Faith Sloop is a 23-year-old girl from Cleveland, Ohio. On social media, a woman shares her story with her followers and motivates them to change. Faith recalls that at the age of 18 she weighed over 180 kg. For two years she had been shedding regularly and gaining the same weight again. Whatever she wasn’t doing, she couldn’t cope with the yo-yo effect.
I’ve been on a diet cycle all my life – restricting food and overeating – and so on
– she wrote for the portal
Everything changed in 2017, when the girl accidentally came across the program “The Amazing Race”. When she finished watching, she knew she would be in it someday. Finding this motivation turned out to be the key to change your current habits and fight for health.
In 3 years she lost 90 kg. Everything to make your biggest dream come true
Though Faith’s dream has yet to come true, the woman firmly believes that she will appear on the show someday. Participation in a reality show constantly motivates her to train. The 23-year-old in 3 years completely changed her life and lost over 90 kg. How did she manage to do this?
Faith revealed that it was possible for hers thanks to changing eating habits and very regular training. She has completely given up on fast food and instead chooses healthy snacks. Its menu now includes, among others from a bowl of brown rice with meat and vegetables, seasonal fruit, zucchini spaghetti, turkey burgers or dried apricots.
The 23-year-old also began to exercise. At first, she chose to walk on a treadmill, and later spent an hour at the gym. Now she is in love with running and says she tries to exercise four times a week. He is going to run a half marathon next year.
People keep asking me, “How did you manage to stay motivated for so long?” And the truth is, I failed. However, I was able to develop habits that I continued even on days when I didn’t feel motivated. People think that losing weight comes with constant exercise and eating salads, and that’s just not true.