When discussing weight loss for women over the age of sixty, many women will say how discouraged they are and how impossible it is for them to lose weight because of their rapidly decreasing metabolisms. For many, their age is their number one excuse for why the scale continues to go up the older they get.
Marcie Jaworski also used to think that way, until a couple of embarrassing experiences (and a few positive ones!) motivated her to change her mindset and lose 171 pounds in one year, at the age of 62.. Marcie got her life back: This is her story.appeal,as you are here and I hop you will find best of me in returns when you are going to leave this page pls check out any 1 of 4ads showing on this page,If you do it i will be thankful to you.
Marcie’s Weight Loss Journey
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Marcie had been thin her whole life, never really having any problems with her weight. It wasn’t until after having children, and going through the devastating death of her father, that things began to change. To deal with the stress of parenthood while reeling from the loss of her dad, she turned to night snacking to soothe her grief and make her momentarily happy.
“The night eating was my comfort zone and that is where it stared.” Marcie explained.
For the next twenty-five years, she carried around excess weight, weighing in over 300 pounds despite her 5’5? frame.
Her wake up call started in 2012, while boarding a flight to go visit her daughter. At that point, she weighed 305 pounds, having recently lost thirty pounds. While waiting for take off, the airline workers were unsure if Marcie would fit into one seat and questioned if she should purchase two (the airline policy).
“She [the flight attendant] took me aside and said, ‘If you can’t fit in one seat our policy is that you need to purchase two seats.’ I got really snippy and said I didn’t need two seats. Actually, I probably did, but I wasn’t going to tell her that,” Marcie recalls.
Marcie was devastated and incredibly demotivated, and proceeded to gain fifty-five pounds.
A few years later, while working out with a friend and a trainer on a treadmill, Marcie had her second wake up call: Struggling to keep up, she leaned on the treadmill and accidentally accelerated the speed. She flew off the back of the treadmill and hit the wall, badly injured her rotator cuff, and was out of commission for 11 weeks.
During that time, she read Al Roker’s book Never Going Back, as well as became a new grandmother. She knew she had to make a change.
How She Lost the Weight
Marcie signed up for weight loss meal plans with the company SlimGenetics, and started going to the gym. Despite starting with some of the easier, more low-impact classes, she struggled.