INCREDIBLE CHANGE: This girl lost 110 pounds without starving!

We have heard and read numerous secrets for successful weight loss, but this one is one of the best!

Jenny Jahn- Hudec’s story will sound familiar to everybody that is fighting with excess of weight. 2 years ago, Jenny had 286 pounds and she was trying unsuccessfully to lose weight. She is a nurse and knows well what are the consequences of overweight, but that didn’t help her losing the unwanted pounds.

I'm feeling a bit better, I'm starting to feel like myself again! Monday was a good day on the eating plan and Tuesday was too. I have been totally inconsistent with my strength training and it shows. I have lost a lot of tone and gained weight.. Much more fluffy than I'd like. I'm no different than most… I struggle with insecurities, in fact up until a year ago I NEVER wore sleeveless tops. My arms bothered me a lot. I've done a lot of growing and getting comfortable with being uncomfortable… I am a lot better than I was. Confidence does not automatically come with weight loss, it comes with doing things -trying things outside your comfort zone and realizing you can! Yesterday though, I felt like a beginner again and I could have pointed out a bunch of things I didn't like about myself – feeling insecure. I listened to music that makes me feel tough (Eric church every time 😉) and I put on a tank top and went to the gym anyway. I got in the weight room amongst the men and I focused on my planned set of exercises… I stayed focused. 'I may not be where I want to be but I'm closer than I was yesterday' 😉 I'm on Facebook 👉🏼Jenny's Losing It #weightwatchers #weightlossjourney #weightloss #smartpoints #WWfam #workout #fat2fit #loveyourself #health #justdoit #gfrr #weightlossmotivation #fitfam #transformation #fitness #trynewthings #nevergiveup #dontquit #strongmom #nurse #nurselife #nsv #eatclean #pushyourself #changeisgood #eatclean #noexcuses #imnoquitter #100lbslost

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Everything changed at the end of 2013, when she ended up in hospital because of breath problems. In this moment, she realized what is the biggest mistake she made during all diets- instead of losing weight because of health, she tried to lose weight because of the appearance.

She thinks that this was the real reason that sabotaged the weight loss process. Even when she became aware of what the weight does to her health, she made a strong decision to change the nutrition.

It would have been so easy to just give up and go back to mindless eating and not having to plan my next workout… Sometimes that sounds like freedom. But that's where the mind is wrong. That is not freedom at all -that is the way to stay stuck and unhappy. The true freedom is being able to have a million more options of stores to shop at… True freedom is no back pain or shortness of breath… Keeping up with kids. True freedom is being really proud of yourself for working really hard and through the urge to quit -and seeing results! It's all a matter of changing the way we think about things. 'Sometimes overcoming a challenge is as simple as changing the way you think about it' Don't give up!! I'm on Facebook👉🏼Jenny's Losing It #weightwatchers #weightlossjourney #weightloss #smartpoints #WWfam #workout #fat2fit #loveyourself #health #justdoit #gfrr #weightlossmotivation #fitfam #transformation #fitness #trynewthings #nevergiveup #dontquit #strongmom #nurse #nurselife #nsv #eatclean #pushyourself #changeisgood #eatclean #yesyoucan #noexcuses #imnoquitter #100lbslost

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Jenny claims that the health should be the main and unique goal to all people that fight with overweight, but mostly it is easily to stay focused on confection numbers and thin waist.

DO NOT STARVE” is her main advice for all those who want to lose weight.

Transformation Tuesday When people used to talk about running I thought they were crazy! I really did think it was for other people… Not someone like me. It just sounded impossible. After I lost 60lbs I decided to give running a try with a beginner interval and going easy, but my knee really hurt after that one time and I decided I needed to give up on the idea of running. It truly was something impossible for me… Buut After 100lbs lost, The thought of running started bugging me again, so I thought I would give it another try and see how it would go… My first attempt gave me no pain! I signed up for this 5k run awhile ago and my run training had not been very consistent. My husband asked me what I was going to do… I said 'I'll just walk and run in intervals like I always do' The day of the run was very hot… They even shortened the half marathon to 12k.. I thought well I'll just jog slow and stop when I need to… But guess what?!! I didn't need to!!! I ran the whole 5k without stopping!!… I still can't believe I did that!!! My official time was 35min!! I'm still so shocked!! This is the most amazing part of the journey, -finding out you CAN actually do or experience things that you once thought was impossible!! There is no greater feeling! Please share something you've done that you thought you never would!!👇🏼 I'm on Facebook👉🏼Jennys Losing It #weightwatchers #weightlossjourney #weightloss #smartpoints #WWfam #workout #fat2fit #loveyourself #health #justdoit #gfrr #weightlossmotivation #fitfam #transformation #fitness #trynewthings #nevergiveup #dontquit #strongmom #nurse #nurselife #nsv #eatclean #pushyourself #changeisgood #eatclean #noexcuses #imnoquitter #100lbslost @flexitpink @theweighwewere @weightwatchers

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I’ve started exercising with a friend at home. I was in so bad shape, so I couldn’t move for 5 days after the first training. We continued exercising, and after every training my recovery was shorter”, admits Jenny.

Of course, she changed the diet that was mostly composed of pizzas, bread, pasta and fast food.

She decided to throw the pre-cooked food or the frozen food and all the processed ingredients and to replace them with healthy ingredients. She stopped drinking soda, but instead she started drinking lots of water and tea.

The biggest mistake I see people make is they get overwhelmed with how much it will take to get to the final goal and think it's impossible. But what if your goal was not 100lbs but just 10? Start there and focus on what you have to today and this week. Go easy on yourself and try your best. Chances are even without being perfect, you could be better than you were last week with just some effort… And then make a new goal next week. Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most. -Buddha I'm on Facebook👉🏽Jenny's Losing It #weightwatchers #weightlossjourney #weightloss #smartpoints #WWfam #workout #fat2fit #loveyourself #health #justdoit #gfrr #weightlossmotivation #fitfam #transformation #fitness #trynewthings #nevergiveup #dontquit #strongmom #nurse #nurselife #nsv #eatclean #pushyourself #changeisgood #noexcuses #imnoquitter #100lbslost @theweighwewere

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She planned her meals in advance, in order to save some time, and thanks to this, she was never hungry.

About the goal, I figured out that there’s no end in this race. It’s only important to stay healthy and that’s the plan I’m stick to”, concludes Jenny.