10 Great #TransformationTuesday Successes on Instagram

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10 Great #TransformationTuesday Successes on Instagram

Ask anyone who has lost weight: There’s nothing more empowering than seeing how far you’ve come compared with where you started. That’s what makes the Progress Photo so inspiring for so many people — especially on Instagram. We’ve seen hundreds of folks hashtag #myfitnesspal on Tuesdays, so we’ve compiled a few of our favorites that make #transformationtuesday a cause for celebration any day of the week. (If you’re new to MyFitnessPal, check out our rundown of how to celebrate your success through the Progress Photo feature.)


Check out MyFitnessPal on Instagram for motivation on living a healthier life each day, every day.


DIET CHANGE + HABIT CHANGE = RESULTS

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQOPkAXhCli/

YOU CERTAINLY ARE KILLIN’ IT, KIRSTEN

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQgnLtejkUf/

TRANSFORMATION PLUS ONE MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE

"You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great." #transformationtuesday

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FIGHTING THROUGH ADVERSITY — NICE WORK, JOSHUA

QUELLE TRANSFORMATION

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQgAsEoB9Mb/

DRESSED TO IMPRESS

This has become my official progress measuring outfit. Same jeans and shirt. I bought the shirt online and it didn't fit when I got it (clearly!) so I told myself I would hang on to it cause one day I would be able to wear it. I tend to be super hard on myself. When I first compared the two pictures my first thought was "eh I guess I could have made a lot more progress in a year" Idk when I became my own worst critic because when I think about where I initially started, I remember how freaking awesome it is that I've lost 85 lbs so far. So yea, I could have made more progress in a year but I could have also made none. Slow progress is better than no progress and what's the fun in life if you don't celebrate the small stuff?! #mondaymotivation

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FEELING FINE FOR VALENTINE’S

FURTHER TO GO, BUT SHE’S HAPPY AND CONFIDENT

*LONG POST ALERT*☺️ I've had a lot of followers lately and as it's #transformationtuesday i thought I would introduce myself a bit👋🏻Hello, the names Alice, 23 and my weight has ALWAYS been an issue😩I have been on numerous amount of diets since I can remember. Slim fast, 5:2, starving myself, over exercising etc. I would always loose a bit of weight, get bored and put it all back on and more🙄The photo on the left was from 2010 (no idea what I weigh) and I would always pull stupid faces as I HATED having my photo taken and was always uncomfortable. It wasn't until 2012 when I decided to loose weight sensibly as I had so many things happening that year: year 13 leaving prom, sister in laws hen weekend in Spain, bridesmaid for the wedding and girls holiday. I think I lost about 2 stone and felt SO good about myself🙌🏻Then in September I went to Uni and got in a relationship so the weight crept back on and much more😳January 2014, weighing 14 stone 2lbs I decided to loose weight again and lost over 2 stone in 6 months then gave up and put 1 stone back on. Then half heartedly started again and lost 1/2 stone. Then it wasn't until NYE 2014, I was soooo shocked at the photos I couldn't take it anymore. So from January 3rd 2015, weighing 12 stone 10.4 I decided too loose weight and stick to it for good. Fast forward to now to the photo on the right and I'm over 3 stone lighter, weighing 9 stone 6.8 (after a piggy weekend though🐷🐽) and a size 8/10, love having my photo taken and feel so much more confident in myself and my body🙌🏻💕I'm not at my lightest and I'm so close to target! But loosing weight and sticking to it was the BEST decision I've ever made🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻

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THE MIRROR DOESN’T LIE — AND SHE LOOKS GREAT

THIS WAS WORTH THE WEIGHT

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQf8SHtAGCa/

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  • Dentedwriter

    There is no way that “don’t worry be yoncé” shirt girl lost 85 pounds based on those two pics unless she gained and lost weight back and forth all year. Come. On.

    • Samantha

      Depends on how tall she is. I’m 5’3 and as an example, 10lbs gained or lost looks like 20lbs on me. On a taller person, it spreads out better.

  • koffee

    Looking forward to seeing some diversity in your transformation pics for the future

  • Use this article as motivation to track your own progress with pictures. Set realistic goals, stay consistent and you will see results!