After trying and failing to lose weight several times, Shane Cole finally found the healthy eating and workout plan that clicked for him, resulting in a 140-pound weight loss.
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Angel Diaz says he was motivated to lose weight so he wouldn't "miss out on the lives of my two kids and leave my wife to raise them alone."
At his heaviest, Dustin Hall weighed 534 pounds and realized that his weight was robbing him of the life he wanted to live.
After suffering heart palpitations and being diagnosed as pre-diabetic at 25, Mike Castaneda was motivated to take control of his health. He has lost 331 pounds.
Fitness experts Chris and Heidi Powell offer up a few simple exercises that won't leave people with allergies and other lung issues wheezing.
Rebecca Nicholson decided to lose weight after becoming a nurse. "How could I preach exercise and healthy eating, while I was eating myself into an early grave?" she says.
Evrim Sölemez struggled with her weight growing up, but after she broke down crying while trying to find a dress that would fit her for a friend's birthday party, she decided to do something about it.
Michael Bayerle shares he was "shocked" when the scale read 355 pounds. "I knew something had to change," he says.
"Food was how I dealt with every emotion, whether happy, sad, anxious, angry or scared," says Hannah Legg. After reaching 300 pounds, she decided to get healthy and lose the excess weight.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has her planks. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez has her push-ups.
Johanna Halosz and her husband excitedly poured through photos after their dream vacation in Hawaii, but Halosz became so upset over how she looked. "I remember crying when I saw the pictures," she says.
"Being told that I could have a heart attack at only 27 was the turning point for me," says Misty Pierce.
Almost half of all U.S. colorectal cancers each year could be prevented with lifestyle changes, from certain types of exercise to fiber-rich foods.