Now Reading
60 Weight Loss Transformations That Will Make Your Jaw Drop!

60 Weight Loss Transformations That Will Make Your Jaw Drop!

Weight loss transformations can help motivate you on your fitness journey, help inspire you to lose weight and keep on track with your diet. Here are 60 of the best before and after weight loss transformation pictures ever. Seeing how far people can come from unhealthy, unmotivated and overweight, to slim, toned and healthy is really inspirational and and seeing their amazing progress and dedication can hopefully motivate you to stick to your fitness goals, no matter what they are!
60 Weight Loss Transformations That Will Make Your Jaw Drop!

60 Weight Loss Transformations That Will Make Your Jaw Drop!









































See Also





















View Comments (49)
  • Wow!! This is amazing!!! They look so happy and healthy, it’s so nice to see that they have all decided to get fit not unhealthily thin. Well done ladies, such inspirations!!!

  • There are a couple photos where the women are clearly not the same. A woman has a tattoo in her before picture and not in the after picture? Hmm… suspicious. =O

    • I’m not sure which you mean. I looked exceptionally close at all the pics. Every woman with a tattoo in the before pic still has the tattoo in the after. Some have shifted position slightly due to weight loss, but they are all clearly there.

    • Simple explanation for that is she got that tattoo after the ‘before’ picture! Lol because the one on the arm is the same. Perhaps a reward to herself for her hard work!

    • No secret girls- I started walking EVERYDAY longer and longer. Then a month later I joined the gym. I love planet fitness and all it offers, then my husband joined

  • Some of these are the same person. 3 different images of the petite little redhead are all the same girl. She has a blog and has all those photos on there. There was another one that I noticed was the same person in 2 different pics also.
    Regardless though, these ladies have done a wonderful job dropping the weight. Huge motivation

    • 80% of a person’s weight is from what they eat. Don’t expect to be on a diet for a week and see dramatic results. You don’t get fat overnight so youre sure as hell not going to get skinny. It takes time and exercise. I have been on my diet for 2 months and have lost 22 lbs. And I ain’t stopping anytime soon. Try out the my fitness pal app and you will see a huge difference in food decisions.

    • Go vegan. NO joke.. you see the results. More energy from eating the right foods=the need to be more active=the body you want.

    • I’m 60 years old and I have lost 40 lbs in the last 6 months just from walking on a treadmill. When I started, I couldn’t walk but about 3 to 5 minutes at a time at the lowest speed. Now I walk 1 1/2 hours first thing in the morning at 3.0 mph at 3.0 incline and another hour sometime before I go to bed 6 days a week. I went from 185 to 145 (and going down more) just walking and eating around 1,000 to 1,200 calories a day. Build up your speed and endurance slowly making sure you don’t hurt yourself but keep at it. That’s all I do. I don’t like floor exercises nor lifting weights so I don’t do them. I just want to do the stuff that I WILL keep up with. I’m lazy about exercise but this works for me.

  • All these seem to be young girls. I’m 45 and weigh 280lbs. I’d like to be closer to 160-150, but toned. How about some inspiration from folks over 35?

    • Hi! I noticed your comment and just had to reply to you. I am 41 and if you really want to know how to lose weight, no matter what age, male or female…Don’t make a “plan.” Make a routine. Be honest with yourself. You are grown. You are an adult. You have common sense, logic and reasoning. You know what is good and bad. You know the difference between right and wrong. You know what is healthy and unhealthy. You make the CHOICE. Own your weight. You choose how, what, and how much you eat and drink. Do not worry about an exercise plan. For example, don’t worry about cardio, or how many sets of what or how many miles or which one to follow. All of that is just a bunch of stress inducing nonsense, which in turn, sabotages you AND your “plan.”
      Instead, get to know portion control. Intimately. Learn everything you can soak in about portion control. Don’t worry about what you can or cannot or should or should not eat. That is another stress inducing shock and sabotage. PORTION CONTROL—Be Aware of how much you are putting on your plate! And remember, the choice is yours and yours alone. (If in a restaurant, ask for half of what is normally served, share with your friend or spouse, or ask for a “to go” box BEFORE you are served.-take the rest home for lunch the next day.) —PORTION CONTROL.
      Here is another tip…Make ice water with lemon wedges your best friend! Serious, no joke!! Get you a good, sturdy 44 oz. mug and get to know ice water with lemon. Carry it with you everywhere! Your new vocabulary will soon become…Refill, Refill, Refill, Lemons, Lemons, Ice!! And get rid of sugary drinks!
      Next tip…Exercise…Yuck, right!?! No problem! WALK!!! Walk like it is your life…because it is! That is what we humans are meant for. To walk! Do it! Everyday! 15, 20, 30, 45 minutes…MORE. However long you want. 30+ is best! In the morning or evening. Once or twice a day. Ask a friend or spouse or whole family to take a walk after supper. Change of scenery–go to the park, walk through town or the local football field. There are many options, just walk! More exercise? Nah…just stretch! Find you a good stretching routine that you can do everyday. Morning and/evening or more! Stretching is amazing, just like walking and it burns more calories and you get more cardio from it than anybody realizes! Just ask any dancer!! You will lose weight, you will be toned, you will be flexible, you will be more stable, you will be more healthy! And later, a few weeks or months, you can add more exercise routines, more cardio, even dance!
      Last tip—Be Realistic! You know it will not happen over night…but it will happen! Faster than you can believe it is happening! Make a routine, not a plan. Make it your life!
      Remember, the CHOICE, the success and/or failure is yours. No one elses. Own it!

      Good Luck!

      • This makes more sense than anything I have heard to date! I have always struggled with some weight issues but the last ten years have been horrid. I am now 50 years old and desperate to get back to what I used to weigh. I moved to a climate and a job that does not allow me to get out and move like I used to and I have packed on about 75 pounds in ten years, as a result. I now have several health issues that make weight loss more difficult (thyroid and hip and back issues). The combination is making it difficult to exercise and get the weight off. Your post has helped me tremendously! I already have been drinking lemon water and have also been drinking vinegar and raw honey. These have helped with how I feel but the weight remains. I am going to start out walking, as you suggested, and work up to more. God bless you for your post. I hope I am one of the success photos before next year!

      • Thank you! I do know this stuff, sometimes it feels like it’s not doable. But when you break it down, it’s so doable!!

      • Hi, Seri, thank you for your post. It was very uplifting. I’ve been on my weight loss journey for some time now. But reading your blog really encouraged me more. That you and keep us motivated.

  • CLEAN EATING AND WALKING!! 80/20 rule, eat clean (nothing processed…fruits, veggies, lean proteins, whole grains) 80% of the week, and let the 20% be for little indulgences here and there ( I LOVE pizza and chocolate!). If you fall off the wagon, don’t beat yourself up, wake up the next day with a clean slate and try again. DON’T GIVE UP!!

  • This is so awesome. I am 53 yrs old and in June 2015 I weighed 293 lbs. I was the kind of person who loved eating fast food, drinking a 32oz. Cola everyday. One day I just decided that I no longer wanted to drink cokes and started drinking water instead mixed with a little crystal lite. I slowly weaned myself from that and now drink plain water, eat more veggies, chicken breast, fish and lots of fruits. Snack on almonds or yogurt. I have been doing this for 7 months and have lost 33 lbs. Walking on a daily basis slowly for 30 minutes twice a day and every week I increase it 10 minutes. I feel more energized, not tired all the time. It’s amazing. My goal is to get to 150 lbs and I plan on doing it. Everytime I lose a lb or two I reward myself with make up or something small and simple. Keep trying and don’t give up.

  • Seri, I loved your post and have copied it for myself to read every single day from this day on…I need motivation and your post is just the ticket I needed right now…thank you, thank you. I’m just beginning to work on my weight loss and feel I can do this but also must remember that it won’t happen over night. Again, thank you for the inspiration. Good luck to everyone also trying to lose weight…we all just need to find what will work for us and stick with it.

  • Ladies, try adding wrist weights and ankle weights and walk at a steady pace for 20+ minutes. Anything you walk passed the 20 minute mark targets body fat.
    I put my 62 yr old mother in law that refuses to even walk her dog on the paleo diet and she lost 30 pounds in 4 months with NO exercise.
    Focus! You can do it. You’re only cheating yourself of being the best you can be!

  • Wow! I just received so much incentive from every one on here! Thank you! Especially Seri. Just made me realize I’m on the right track. I’m not getting all crazy with all this information that makes me so confused. I’m just gonna keep going with what I’m doing. No extra supplements or crazy shakes. I got this! Just use my own knowledge. And of course good advice from women just like myself. Good luck everyone. You can do this!

  • Hey 🙂 i have a question. How can I loose weight when I don’t really have much time. I’m in my final year in school and I would really like to start my “after-life” with a good body. Would you maybe even recommend to wait till I have less stress so I can concentrate more on this whole subject or is it possible to combine this two things

  • Lifestyle Change and exercise! I’m new at this ladies but I think I got it and don’t mind sharing what I learned. 1. Intermittent fasting:Daily eat 8 hours and fast for 16 (start eating at 11am stop eating at 7pm), this helps to keep your calorie count able to be achieved. I can’t eat 1200 calories over the course of 16 hours (I will go over) but I can eat 1200 calories within 8 hours. 2. Stay at 1200 calories my daily strict diet was coffee with 1 cream (as I drunk my coffee down I added more coffee to mix with what cream I had left in the cup), isopure zero protein shake 1.5 scoop mixed with water only (2 shakes per day), 1 Apple, 1 Orange, plus 2oz of turkey lunch meat sliced fresh from the deli counter, then for my final meal at around 6pm I had a delicious meal from a restaurant or at home that listed the nutritional facts, I was sure to pick a meal with around 560 cal, try to get 14g fib, up to 23g fat, 56-69g car, try to get 42g p. This was my strict diet! I did not deviate! I almost never went over my calorie amount. Lastly I downloaded my favorite fast upbeat songs on my MP3 (45 minutes worth of songs) and got on my stationary bike and set the tension to zero because I wanted no resistance in completing my cycling session. I got on that bike and rode fifteen minutes the first day and increased it by 5-10 min everyday til I was able to complete the 45 minutes. I exercised at 9am (14 hours into my fast) and broke my fast at 11am with my first protein shake and an Apple. I didn’t check the scale because I knew I was doing everything right. That’s what a lifestyle change is, not caring about the temporary benefit but rather staying focused on the fact that this is your new lifestyle. I looked in the mirror everyday and that’s where I noticed the benefits of my lifestyle change. Oh and while I was fasting from 7pm to 11am I drunk lots of water, lots of green tea (no add ons), lots of black coffee (no cream, no sugar). That is my routine, I’m steady losing weight and looking good. This works for me maybe it will work for you too.

    • I started this IF diet the 4/26 following 16 hr fasting. I excersize everyday m-f including cardio plus I fluctuate my workouts. My foods are all fresh, organic and lean proteins mostly white fish, chicken, fruits and veggies. But somehow I am stuck on this plateau and can’t seem to loose not even an ounce. BTW I cut out All added sugar, and I drink plenty water with lemon. I’m not giving up and before this IF I was on another diet which was similar. I have been active for over a 1.5 yrs. Any suggestions is there something that im.not doing?

  • Reality check! I speak from experience. You are not loosing that much weight and end up looking like that without a tummy tuck and a breast lift. Look closely at these Ladies and you’ll figure it out.

  • Watch what you eat. Cut out extra sugars and fats, limit fried foods and unhealthy snacking. And exercise daily. Start with walking and once you build up your cardio tolerances start harder and harder workouts. There are plenty of videos on YouTube from beginner workouts to routines that can burn 1,000 calories per session. And weight lifting. That’s where you really see the difference. Pick a goal for yourself, do it for the right reasons and anyone can change themselves.

  • I’m a male but would like to share. I haven’t had a massive transformation. But lost about 30 pounds, put on a little more muscle and feel healthier. I’m going to continued to work at it and the results will come. I hit the gym 4-5 days a week. I work on my abs 2-3 days a week. Not everyone needs to do it but I do it and see results so stick to what’s working. I eat healthy. I will make sure I get my fruits and vegetables, I will get my proteins, Stay away from tran and sat fats, and processed foods.

    My typical eating will go like this.

    Breakfast egg whites with toast bread with butter and cottage cheese
    Pre workout smoothie. Berry medley with banana, whey protein, cereal mix which has certain good stuff like fibre and omega 3 and omega 6, and about 1 cup of almond milk. Sometimes I’ll add plain yogurt.

    Dinner. Will usually consist of veggies with either fish or chicken breast, with black beans or mixed beans. To change it up I’ll have rice, or a salad.

    For a snack I’ll eat carrots with humus for my dip, or I’ll eat almonds.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Scroll To Top