Any weight loss success stories out there?

  • I started Ignite Jan 1 and have lost 3.6 pounds already ! I hope I can keep it up :) Has anyone else had any weight loss success with it?

    sail   by: sail
  • 3 votes
    deannav18  over 1 year ago by: deannav18

    Same here and I lost 2 lbs! :)

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    scamp07  over 1 year ago by: scamp07

    I've been doing the videos (Intelliburn) and have lost 3 pounds since the 1st.

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    KateHough  over 1 year ago by: KateHough

    Awesome job! I have lost 5 lbs so far.

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    chrisdanish  over 1 year ago by: chrisdanish

    Well done Sail, that's great work. Are you doing the DB vids too?

    I have only stared this week, so too early to report my success.

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    sail  over 1 year ago by: sail

    I've been battling an awful head cold and haven't worked out much at all this week. I can't wait to see what happens when I start feeling better and can workout too!

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    manlewis  over 1 year ago by: manlewis

    Good for you! I have also just started and lost 4 lbs my first week. :) I LOVE Daily burn!

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    Mking2287  over 1 year ago by: Mking2287

    I'm doing TBT and started December 31. Down 4lbs and feeling great!

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    Jen632  over 1 year ago by: Jen632

    I lost 8 lbs and I am 6 days in

    • Jen632
      Jen632 about 1 year ago

      well now I'm ping ponging up and down 2 or 3 pounds. I haven't lost any more just kind of swaying back in forth in the same range. lol

    • Bawana
      Bawana about 1 year ago

      I had the same experience.
      Dont worry about your weight.
      Just keep u as good as you can you will see results gradually.

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    chrisminniti  over 1 year ago by: chrisminniti

    24lbs since October. Didn't follow the diet, or video plan. I just picked the ones I felt like doing.

    • Bawana
      Bawana about 1 year ago

      Keep up the great work Chris!
      What are your secrets other than than exercizing everday?

    • chrisminniti
      chrisminniti about 1 year ago

      Create a diet for yourself that is sustainable. If you feel like you are going without something or can't have something then you will crave it that much more. That doesn't mean that you should eat poorly, but find ways to work the things you love into your diet. I have a 350 calorie Grilled Ham and Cheese sandwich from a gas station for breakfast every morning. I've made it a part of my diet. I make the calories work with my daily allotment. Grilled Cheese's are not healthy, but having something i enjoy helps keep my other cravings at bay. Every now and then I'll have a slice of pizza, but just one slice and on a day I worked out really hard, and I make sure I don't go over my calories. If you put too many restrictions on your diet all you will want to do is quit. I've created a plan that I could live on, and that's how i've stuck with it for 6 months.

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    Bawana  about 1 year ago by: Bawana

    Yes I have one, I also started on January first, and have lost 5.5 pounds, and
    gained a belt hole, that alone is a real good indication.
    It may not be sucess a P90X over the same time but I like how we only have to put in the 15 minutes a day. I think Daily Burn may be better for a gradual sucess which is what we want anyway. The switching of workouts is key no chance for plateau. Not bad for 27 days into it.
    Shakes are great! I have been putting spinage in the shakes, yet to try DB shakes though.
    Think more salads or greens, helped me.

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  • Bawana
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