Still on the track making my way to a healthy weight. Another 10lbs lets go. ... See MoreSee Less
no excuses! keep pushing 👏 ... See MoreSee Less
My name is Kaitlynn and I began GLOBESITY boot camp in 2018 when I was 220 pounds.
(I’m 5 ft)
I HATED my body. In a few months I was able to lose 50 pounds and get down to 170 before starting IVF.
After one egg retrieval and two failed transfers I gained back 36 pounds.
I still had some meds left over and while I’m taking a break from IVF for a few months I decided to start again.
I was 206 pounds August 25th and as of today October 2nd I am 189.
I feel like I probably could’ve lost more if I tried harder. But I’m not giving up. I HATE being fat.
These pictures are from the end of August.
I also have PCOS and endometriosis. ... See MoreSee Less
Four score and 1 month ago I began this bootcamp. To date I have lost 49 lbs. It hasn't been easy changing old habits or dealing with yo-yo weight days. But I am committed to my bootcamp journey. I do feel better and day by day increasing my activity. I broke my leg a few years ago so with the metal in my leg, my permanent limp, nerve damage and all I have to keep it pushing. Not to also mention I have this hernia I still need an operation for. But today is a day and tomorrow will be another in the bootcamp because I have not reached my goal weight. 520 to 471 the saga continues. ... See MoreSee Less
The last time I did this boot camp, I remember that the initial 20 came off quick and the closer I got to “onederland” the harder it became. It’s a big hurdle! But not one I’m quitting on! NSV this week- 11.25 inches gone. Scale down 3 nasty pounds. Not the 10 I was pushing for but I’ll take it. Here’s the thing- getting over this hurdle is tough- but I AM TOUGHER. Yummy foods exist.... but so does good health.... I’m choosing to stay strong. Increased my runs by a 1/4 mile this week (doing 3 a week) and dancing 2 days a week. Core fitness 4 days a week. If you can’t do a mile. Do half a mile. If you can’t do 1/2 a mile- do a quarter. Work your way up- you are tougher than the biggest obstacles in front of you because God made you that way! You’re never too busy! I have 3 kids and I work 76 hours a week. Make the time. Let’s do work!!! ... See MoreSee Less
So my journey continues! This week I did a 3 day fast and increased exercise to come off of a scale plateau. For two weeks I remained in the realm of 208/209. (Starting point 224) Though inches were reducing my scale was disappointing. I completed the fast yesterday and I am in another size pants down and the scale now reads 203. I’ll take 5 pounds in three days! The fast can be trying so I split up the gel for 1/2 in the morning and 1/2 in the afternoon and I was able to make it through each day! I owe so much of it to the increase in movement though! I went from 9-13k steps a day to almost 20 and added some jog walking to my daily exercise class. It’s hard to explain but I feel better and look better in just a few days! Knowing what I know about fasting now I will use this more and more throughout my journey. Today I re establish food but I’m staying away from storable foods to avoid regain and will follow the rules. I’ll let you know how that goes on Sunday when I post my update with inches. Rounding the corner on six weeks! Coming up fast to onederland . Goal weight 160, October goal 190, and 180 by Christmas. Just gotta push! ... See MoreSee Less
Hi all! Boot camp round two for me! ... See MoreSee Less
Picture yourself running on a track with no way to exit the field. The fence is 40 feet high and the track is moving beneath you. For awhile your keeping up but the majority of your time U fall flat on your face. As a matter of fact sometimes U trip yourself to avoid the Shame of falling to (it). I'm FAT, disgustingly so much that I don't look in mirrors below my neck. I need a hernia surgery which developed out of nowhere and I personally think for my health I need to be a lower weight when I receive it. By the way my doctor fully agrees with me also. I'm FAT, I am also sick of running away from it. I am ALL IN on the bootcamp for my life & my family's lives. Sir Yes Sir, Let's Get 2 Work... ... See MoreSee Less
Hi am determined to get to my healthy weight. Not going to let anything get in the way. Will keep you posted! ... See MoreSee Less
Hello everyone, seven days and 30lbs of ugly fat gone by following the Bootcamp RULES. Taking it day by day, I WILL GET THERE. ... See MoreSee Less
Alright! 3 weeks in! 17 pounds and 14 inches of ugly fat gone. I sleep better.i have more energy during the day and I’m getting into a rhythm more each day. At some point making those tough choices becomes just making a choice and forcing yourself to change becomes I am changed and living my best life! Lots of work coming this week- looking forward to some big results!! ... See MoreSee Less
Starting week two of boot camp and my favorite part is how I feel. My brain fog is gone! My skin is getting softer. I sleep better! Not to mention the 9 pounds of ugly fat gone! This week I Start a much more intense exercise plan than the camp initially calls for because I know my body and I know I am ready. Know your strengths and strive for greatness! Have a great week! ... See MoreSee Less
My name is Lynn, I am 54 with total of 3 grandchildren. I have struggled with my weight for years and dealing with diabetes for a while. Fat is ugly, disgusting and I want to change that. ... See MoreSee Less
Starting off day 4 of boot camp motivated and optimistic.... 10 pounds of ugly fat GONE!!! Hoping to push off 2-3 more pounds by my measure on Sunday! Do work y’all and a healthy you will start to look back at you in the mirror. I’m full of energy and ready to see ONEderland!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Hello everyone My name is Bridgette Redmond I live in Jennings Louisiana I have 5 wonderful grandchildren that I love so dearly. My current weight contributes to my many underlying health conditions. I suffer from COPD, CHF,high blood pressure,diabetes,high cholesterol,bipolar disorder, and back conditions. My weight gain has contributed exclusively in worsening each of these conditions. I sometimes find myself wanting to play with my grandkids, run with them and enjoy them while they are still so young. Two of my grandkids play sports and I would love to one day practice with my younger grandkids like I once could. My grandkids bring a new life of youthfulness within me that I need to keep up with. However sometimes I feel like with my weight tends to hold back my potential in the enjoyment of life with my grandkids. I want to be able to keep up with them and in doing so I proclaim to destroy every ounce of fat. If my grandkids can help me reach this goal I feel like it’s my goal to them to also show them that if you want it then anything can be done. This is why I am losing all of my ugly fat! Once I lose my fat I will be able to help practice with my grandkids, have fun with them outside, run with them, and chase them. I would also be able to enjoy dancing with my husband William. After my weight loss accomplishment is met I look forward to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and having consistency on what I eat and the activities I do daily. I plan on carrying this programs habits and routines on beyond my time here. I want my fat gone for good! I want my lifestyle to stay healthier for good! This is why I will and why I must lose all my ugly fat. ... See MoreSee Less
I am ready I need and want to change! How do I get started? ... See MoreSee Less
Accountability post. This post is for me and all who are determined to get ride off their ugly fat. I did it in 2018-2019, following the rules of the bootcamp and felt TERRIFIC. Now being home since the pandemic I gained 25 ugly pound 😫Fat is ugly, unhealthy. I want to feel like I felt 8 months ago: healthy, confident and well in my slim body and I know I can achieve my goal by following the rule and principles of this bootcamp. 💪 ... See MoreSee Less
Hello everyone, my name is Kathy, I’m a 57 year old wife,mother and nana. I’m fat and hate it and have been for most of my adult life. Time to put my foot down and be accountable for a healthier lifestyle. I suffer from severe vertigo which is a daily challenge and also need a knee replacement but cannot have it done until I get rid of this disgusting fat. I want and need to lose this ugly fat because I have found that I’m not as active as when I was younger. The weight holds me back from enjoying daily life and my knees are being effected because of this weight. I want to be able to run and play with my 1 year old granddaughter. I also have 3 other grandchildren that I also want to be around for, to watch them grow and become healthy adults. I’m married to my wonderful husband for 32 years now and he would like to retire early and golf and fish with me. This also is something I want to work towards to be able to enjoy retirement and a longer life.I came across Dons boot camp and with his help I feel confident I can reach my goals of a healthy weight and healthy body and live a longer life. With proper eating habits and exercise and dancing along with this boot camp I know I can do this and also help others to reach their goals to a healthier life. We have 3 beautiful daughters that we love spending time and doing things with their families. I’ve always been overweight and I’m so tired of it, seeing it, getting upset when I have an occasion coming up and I’d like a new outfit but nothing fits right. I want to enjoy the rest of my life and not feel ashamed that I did this to myself. All these reasons are why I’m kickin this ugly fat to the curb. I just want to be happy and healthy. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi my name is Theresa and I’m 221 lbs I’m a mother of three beautiful girls who are my world, however they are young women who need guidance they all have autism and 2 have intellectual impairment and they need me to advocate and care for them. My weight loss journey has been going on for several years. This fat on my body is disgusting and unhealthy. I’ve had a multitude of health issues because of my weight and other things. However some of them include Type 2 Diabetes, neuropathy, autonomic dysfunction, mitochondrial dysfunction, chronic back problems including slipped disc in L4 &L5, a fractured tailbone, and tiny fractures in my spine that cover the entire spine from multiple falls. I an also a gastric bypass patient from 2000 and a revision needed to take place in 2019 when my food wasn’t going to the area of my intestines. I almost died. This is a very serious situation. I will tell that story in another post. I am also a breast cancer survivor. I am here in Dons bootcamp because I’m healthier now and it’s time to kick the rest of this ugly disgusting fat to the curb and he’s the man that i know can help me do this. I am a member from a previous bootcamp of his. Now let me explain that when I started in Dons boot camp in December of 2016 I was 384 pounds. Today I’m 221. Yes that’s 163 pounds and some of you nay think I should be proud or grateful. I will tell you that I am grateful however it’s not good enough I still have fat to loose and this fat has to go. Holding onto it isn’t any good for my family or my health and it’s high time to achieve my ultimate healthy weight. I know following Dons Rules and guidelines that I will achieve this. Out with the old in with the new the ultimate thin healthy Theresa is inside me and it’s time to release her to the world so she can shine and be the woman I always knew she was. Please stay tuned to future posts of mine where I explain how I went from bed ridden for 10 years to where I am today. I look forward to getting to know the other members in the bootcamp ... See MoreSee Less