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  • Perdió 80 kilos luego de casi morir ahogada por refresco

    Un accidente por su obesidad casi le causa la muerte pero ahora es una motivación para seguir bajando de pesoPerdió 80 kilos luego de casi morir ahogada por refresco

    Hay momentos que cambian tu vida para siempre y por suerte para ella, le cambió tanto que decidió empezar una vida más sana luego de que casi muere por ahogarse con el refresco que tomaba.

    Su nombre es Alysha McNair y tiene 21 años. Ahora la ves con una increíble figura pero a sus 17 años pesaba 170 kilos y tenía enormes ataques de ansiedad.

    Hasta que un día, harta del bullying y sin poder controlarse, casi muere ahogada por tomarse un refresco. "Tuve que esforzarseme por recuperar el aliento, me di cuenta de que se trataba de morir o cambiar" dijo la chica que ahora es una inspiración en redes sociales.

    Alysha ha perdido casi 100 kilos y la verdad es que ella no quiere perder más kilos si no es de forma natural, es decir, con dieta y ejercicio. Por eso ella comparte cómo poco a poco ha cambiado su vida hasta pesar por ahora 83 kg.

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    It still blows me away to think I was ages 16-18 in the left and that I’m 20 now. I remember always being too self conscious to go out in public, I would do whatever it took to hide my weight when I went to party’s, and I hated going because no one liked hanging out with me that didn’t know me because of my size, I would get all dressed up so I wouldn’t look like the photo on the left, but my body size was still the same, and it made a huge difference on how people treated me, it still shocks me when I am walking around and people smile at me, I’m used to getting gross, degrading, unpleasant looks that make you feel horrible about yourself. It’s is very different for me when people compliment me, because I used to never even have others smile at me. Especially if I smiled first, now if I smile first a lot of the time people smile back, or others will already be smiling. The photo on the right, I don’t party often or at all lately but I still like going out every once and awhile. It’s nice to be able to make friends any where I go, I’m out going, caring and loving. I’m fun and love positivity and living. The point of the story is. That it is sad people judge so fast just an assumptions of looks. Because they don’t fit their definition of ‘hot’ or ‘perfect’ Don’t base your happiness on other people, and their opinions or how they treat you. You are so much better then them, focus on yourself. Keep doing things for you, because most of the time at the end of the day most of those people aren’t even happy with their own lives and have nothing better to do but talk about other people or stare them down. Keep doing you boo 😘💕 you’re great, awesome! Funny, out going and no one can ever tear you down! You got this, stay strong!!! Promise eventually their will be sunny days, I know it feels like constant rain, but as cliche as it sounds you can’t have a rainbow without rain ✨☺️☺️ have a wonderful day everyone! Keep going, whatever your goals may be! You got this ☺️😊

    Una publicación compartida de Alysha Hope McNair (@goldcorosefitness) el

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    This two photos blow my mind away, the photo of me on the left was taken when I was 350-373 pounds at the age of 17-18 photo on the right I am 230 pounds and 20 years old. With 72lbs that weight being muscle, I lost 175 pounds. I refuse to give up! I sometimes get super insecure about my back because I like having a completely smooth back (don’t we all haha) but seeing this shows me I have nothing to worry about and that I’ll reach my goals. I was so sad in the photo on the left the body I have today was just a dream, I never thought I would ever be able to accomplish having it. Never give up on your dreams, it takes sometimes you will have set backs. Their is no key to success, just hard work and dedication. Right now I work 3 jobs and I am usually up from 5:30 am until 11:30-12:30 at night. Is it hard? Yes. Do I wish I didn’t have to work this much. Kinda. Will it be worth it? Oh hell yea! I know I’m so close to finishing my end weight I want to get to 175 and then if I can because of the amount of muscle I have I want to try and get down to 150 then possibly 140. Thank you guys all so much for the new follows, love and support. I’m sorry I haven’t been posting a lot at all. I’m just so busy with work that I honestly haven’t found time for social media but I’m going to try and work on some balance. Especially because yeah girl still needs sleep! I hope you all have yourself a wonderful day! You’re all wonderful, remember to NEVER give up! I promise you’ll get there regardless of what the goal may be. It just takes time ✨💕

    Una publicación compartida de Alysha Hope McNair (@goldcorosefitness) el


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