I’ve been working out and trying to lose weight irregularly for the last 5 years. In that time, I have not only lost some weight but I’ve managed to lose the inches, which to me is far more important than the number on the scale. When I started getting serious about my health and fitness it was because we were getting ready to go on vacation and my shorts from the previous year didn’t fit anymore and I finally looked at myself and was unhappy with how I looked. My pant size kept increasing and I was quickly approaching a size 18. Right then and there I set a goal for myself to get back down to a size 10 pants size. I came close a couple of years ago but eventually stopped dieting and the weight came creeping back and I yo-yoed between a size 14 and a size 16.
After my well lived in pair of pants got worn out and it was time to go pant shopping again, I was unhappy to discover the pant size I thought I was in didn’t fit anymore, I’m actually a size up. Disappointed in myself for letting the hard word I had accomplished go down the drain, it was time to get serious again about losing weight and keeping it off. Although I’m nowhere near my goal size, I’m happy with the progress I’ve seen. I have not dropped a pant size yet but my pants are loser. When I went pants shopping, I picked up 2 pairs and one of the pairs was a little too tight and didn’t do up but I bought them anyway as motivation to get into these pants. They were brand name, expensive jeans that looked brand new at a Thrift store at a price that I couldn’t pass up.
Four weeks later and a couple of weeks using the Trim supplement along with the running I was finally able to fit into these jeans and comfortably too. I’m feeling great and loving the way my butt looks in jeans and leggings. My legs are getting toned and are starting to look slimmer. Gone are the days of having to buy XL lounge pants just to fit my large thighs. My transformation to date is my biggest accomplishment so far. I may not have lost any weight or inches but to me it’s about how I feel in my skin and I feel great. It’s giving me the motivation to keep going and try new things.