- Young Gucci Mane has inspired many with his transformation photos
- Proud Mane moved from 229 pounds to 170 in just a year
- Mane's inspiring images have garnered massive reactions on Twitter
At 170 pounds, Young Gucci Mane is proof that when one puts efforts at where they seek improvement, they could attain what initially seemed impossible.
When Gucci Mane first decided to lose weight, nobody knew about his desire to 'shred off' some pounds.
In just a year, he moved from 229 pounds to 170 pounds. And the young black man appears to indicate that it doesn’t hurt.
However, he didn’t say it was an easy accomplishment.
Unlike many who suggest a change in lifestyle to enable a big-time fat loss, Gucci Mane only indicated that attaining 170 pounds was the ''hardest flex I’ve been working on since leaving home for college.''
Briefly.co.za learnt that Mane did not share major lifestyle changes for his current results but at 170, Mane has certainly burnt some calories through his everyday habits and healthy tweaks to lose weight.
Young Gucci Mane shared inspiring images saying: ''The hardest flex I’ve been working on since leaving home for college. One year of progress. 297 pounds vs 170 pounds.''
Don't starve yourself that ain't really healthy. You start to lose energy and without no energy, you lose all motivation. I still ate everything just in moderation.
Foods that were very high in fat I would drink water and eat my veggies first before eating it,'' he shared his secret to losing massive weight.
The motivating images of Gucci Mane’s impressive weight loss have garnered massive response with over 324,000 reactions and more than 28,000 shares on Twitter.
Proud Mane was not selfish with the steps he followed to lose massive weight.
''First thing I had to realize is that I needed to move at my own pace and that eventually, the weight will come off. So back in February 2019 I would start going to the gym about 3 days outta the week for about 45 -1hr
15 min elliptical,'' he added.
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