Before & After

Phillip Gibb —  October 18, 2011 — 8 Comments

Here is the promised Before and After Shots. I should sign up for the belly off club!
The first Photo was taken 5th April 2011 that was when a bunch of us decided to do bootcamp together (We called it 6pack in 8weeks).
I had been trying to run, however this was a struggle with injuries. It was also a month into my return to gym.
My weight at the beginning at the year: 100kg.

The second photo was taken today; almost 6months 2 weeks later.
Bootcamp was put aside over winter – but that did not stop me.
Most on my weight was lost in the 1st 3 months; 15kgs.
My current weight is 80Kgs.
Discovery Vitality thinks I should weigh 79kgs – I’ll assume that that is a good target as a race weight (not something to maintain)
Check this photo out if you do not believe me …

Later I will talk about my diet and my exercise program. So please subscribe through rss or email to keep up to date if you want to know about this.
Before & After

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8 responses to Before & After

  1. Wow Boet ….
    You look like a small………..
    Think im gona have to show you i can do it as well..

  2. Looks good dude, well done, I’m sure Cathy is pleased!! :o) But we want a side shot too :)

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