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I've always had a weight problem. Over the years, I've watched my jean size go from an 8 to a 12, and my scale weight rise from 133 lbs to 158 lbs. I am 5"1, so this weight range is very unhealthy for a woman of my stature.

My weight issue was exacerbated by pregnancy. Although I breast fed, the weight I gained during pregnancy did not "waste away" like so many people advised me. The needs of my daughter - in addition to work - always took priority over my own personal care. I felt a sense of entitlement due to my hectic schedule. If I had a particularly difficult or busy day, I felt like I deserved a decadent meal, wine, and dessert. If I succeeded at a particular job performance task, I had a right to indulge in an evening treat, curled up on the couch. This was a dangerous mind set for me, and ultimately had many health related risks associated with it.

One day, right after my daughter turned two, I realized I was avoiding the mirrors in my home. My eyes remained adverted to the floor while I would go past a mirror in the bedroom, the hallway, and the bathroom. It got me thinking. I thought about the nights I would not go out with friends because I didn't want people to see how overweight I'd become. I thought about the number of photos I'd excluded myself from because I didn't want to see the rolls of fat around my waist and back. I thought about my increased occurrences of high blood pressure and intense migraines and what that could mean to me a few years down the road. At that moment, I went to a mirror in my hallway and took a good, hard look at my body. I had neglected myself for so long that it showed on every part of my body.

I joined the gym the very next day and began the Inches Weight-loss Program. In approximately 5 months, I lost 26 lbs.

What I love about this program is that I never feel deprived. I am never stuffed on food, but I am never hungry. I just feel comfortable all day long. The exercise regime adheres to my schedule - it never feels like a burden. It occurs to me that this program is life changing. I can continue to practice this way of eating and exercising indefinitely. Really, with access to the great people at Inches Weight-loss, there is no reason why I should ever be overweight again.

I encourage you to join us on the Inches Weight-lost Program. I would love for you to experience this revitalization of personal confidence. My personal thanks to the Inches crew for helping me achieve my goal - one inch at a time.

Margot MacLean

If you are serious about losing weight...then Inches Weight Loss is the program for you. I was ready to get serious when I went to Inches Weight Loss for the initial "free" consultation and learned the basics about their program...
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I joined Inches Weight Loss to lose some weight and become healthy. My experience turned out to be a great learning experience for my whole family. The meals were easy to prepare and very tasty. My family enjoyed them and we all learned about eating healthy.
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My name is Lorna and I would like to share with you my experience with the Inches Weight Loss program. When I joined, I was 158lbs and my size 14 clothes were too tight. Eight weeks later, I reached my goal weight of 135. It is now 7 months later and my weight remains between 133 and 135. I have lost 21.5 inches and wear a size 5.
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Losing weight, hmmm, where do I begin.well let's start at the beginning! My struggle with weight started in my early 20's. I was in extreme denial that I even had a weight problem until one day after Christmas, when I was looking at some pictures and I didn't know who the fat girl was in one of the photos, until I looked real close and realized it was me!!! That started the journey.
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After having my second child in July I was determined that I would lose all the baby fat that I had kept on from my first pregnancy. I wanted to fit into my pre-baby jeans again.
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Inches Weight-Loss, what can I say about this diet.

First thing, it is not a diet. Inches encourages you and puts you on the road to healthy eating. All the meals are well proportioned, if anything there is more than you want to eat.
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After having 2 children who are now 19 and 16 I decided I needed to get the baby fat off. So for 16 years I have had this weight on. I joined INCHES in March and to date I have lost 1 1/2 lbs. per week.
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In my teens and twenties, I was always fairly active so I didn't have deal with a weight problem.. (nothing any more than 5 or 10 lbs.anyway)
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In a time long, long ago, in a land far, far away, I was thin. But then I hit my twenties and it went downhill from there. I was the type of person who avoided exercise like the plague and my food groups were fat, chocolate, salt, and sugar.
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I've always had a weight problem. Over the years, I've watched my jean size go from an 8 to a 12, and my scale weight rise from 133 lbs to 158 lbs. I am 5"1, so this weight range is very unhealthy for a woman of my stature.
Read More: Margot

My son Sebastian approached me at the age of 57 and put forth a challenge to me, to do a 12 week physique transformation and get in better shape than had been experienced in several years. I accepted the challenge and began by checking my weight and body fat etc...
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What brought me to inches was supporting a close friend with a dream she had to be in the military. She wanted me to come and support her on her weigh in.
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Glen Dunlop
I had been going to Andy Young's Muay Thai class for a few weeks and walked past the Inches office three times a week. The reason I had joined the club in the first place was I had pretty much hit rock bottom fitness-wise. I had always struggled with fitness and was the poster-boy for the "roller-coaster" that most people who have struggled with it will understand.
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Deborah Savage
Thanks to Inches Weight Loss fitness bootcamps for getting and keeping me off my "fence"! We've all been there and so many people still are when it comes to self improvement. Sitting atop our self-made "fences" daydreaming of how in-shape we once were and where we should be or could be, if only the fence top wasn't so easy to stay on.
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