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29 People Who Hit the Refresh Button on Their Lives

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Sometimes it's hard to take the first step to changing your life. But when you see what the results could be, you will be ready to fight for victory. And that's exactly what the people in this article did.

Bright Side has collected some amazing examples of people who were not scared of changing their lives completely even though it took them a lot of time and hard work.

"I lost 150 lb in less than 2 years."

"This one year difference will hopefully show you that no matter how lost you are in your own head, it is possible to escape! It is possible to find happiness again."

"Lost 80 lb in a year today. Progress pics."

Before and after jaw surgery and dental work:

"3 years of sobriety and a healthy lifestyle — minus 155 lb."

"In the end, I wouldn't even drink water and had to go to the hospital. I weighed only 81 lb, but now I'm happy and healthy."

"C'mon man, everyone else is doing it!"

Regular workouts and a good diet can do wonders.

Weight gain: 108 lb to 121 lb

"This is hard but not impossible."

"I put on the same clothes so that you could see the results better."

"Now there are two times less of me!"

"It took me 4 months of constant training to make my weight normal."

"Three years ago I changed my life. I don't miss my glasses at all... or the 140 lb."

"Me in my old clothes."

"No more shapeless dresses."

You're looking at a 6-year-difference. Can you believe that this is the same person?

"I didn't even know I could look this way."

A 55 lb weight loss in 9 months.

"I was crazy enough to sign up for the marathon last year. So I trained and did it!"

If you really want this, you can do it!

"On the left, I was 298 lb! On the right, I’m somewhere around 240-245 lb."

"Days of training become weeks, and weeks become months. You can do unbelievable things even though it will take time."

"I found out I had diabetes back in 2015 and since then have struggled to lose weight and maintain stable glucose levels."

"From 540 lb to 315 lb, three years of endlessly lifting things up and putting them down."

My 600 lb life, before and after:

"It's been a year today since my lazy eye operation. My previous posts inspired lots of people to have the same procedure, so here's my final one..."

"I thought I would love myself if I were beautiful enough. Now I know I was mistaken. I love my new body much more."

"I had a strict diet and had workouts 4 times a week to lose weight. And then I spent another year to get the muscles."

Which transformation seemed the most amazing to you?

Preview photo credit zanzaboonda/imgur
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