Lasheena lost 35 pounds

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Lasheena before and after

Lasheena lost 35 pounds switching to a plant-based diet and adopting a training circuit. After undergoing endometriosis surgery, he decided it was time to make some changes and set new goals.

Lasheena before and after

First photo: September of this year
Second photo – Today

What was your motivation? What inspired you to follow when you wanted to give up?
As an endometriosis warrior, I am very proud of myself and how far I have come. In 2018, I went under the knife to eliminate my endometriosis and anything painful that would affect my lifestyle. I have always been one to be active and exercise at least five days a week, so after surgery, I set off to achieve some goals.

A year and five months later, I must say that I have exceeded some of those goals and could not be happier. My motivation has been strengthened since my endometriosis excision surgery. Also, I have a friend named Francesca (Fancy Fit) who inspires me daily.

How did you change your eating habits?
I changed my diet in November 2019 to a plant-based diet and, honestly, I feel much better.

Tell us about your exercise routine.
I do a circuit of leg and arm exercises daily for about 20 minutes. Sometimes I will incorporate central work, but my arms and legs need more work, so I am focused on those parts at this time. I do lots of jumps, squats and weight training.

What was your initial weight? what is your current weight?
My current weight is 175 pounds, below 210 in September 2019.

How tall are you?
My height is 5 & # 39; 6 ″.

When did you start your trip? How long did your transformation take?
My trip started in September 2018. I was recovering after surgery and just took a quick walk in my neighborhood. In January 2019, I started circuit training, but not as hard as I am doing now.

When did you start your trip? How long did your transformation take?
I will say that my transformation took five months, since I only started to be hardcore since the end of July 2019.

What is the biggest lesson you have learned?
The hardest thing is to have strong support. There will be people who will be happy for you and some people will simply hate.

What advice do you have for other people who want to lose weight?
My advice, especially for those women with endometriosis and any other chronic disease;

  • Stay focused and take it one day at a time. Everything does not work for everyone, so find out what works for you and be consistent.
  • Take your vitamins
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • 20-30 minutes of movement go a long way.

Thanks to all who continue to motivate and inspire me, you give me hope. My trip is far from over. This is to improve and stay on the right track.

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Lasheena before and after