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We’re done. No more yo-yo dieting, no more fads.’ ” Costa-Giles immediately rid the family’s pantry of any processed or preservative-filled foods, “and we were how weight loss affects blood pressure literally left with no food,” she says. “And then we had to get groceries because we didn’t have anything in the fridge!” For 30 days, she ate only “100 percent clean” foods, and spent hours every Sunday prepping healthy meals like vegetable-filled omelets for each day of the week. Those first days were “really hard,” but she started getting her energy back and saw her weight drop. She adjusted the diet slightly to include meal replacement shakes and cut down on her prep time, and in six months she lost the majority of her weight. FROM PEN: Half Their Size: Christina Jordan on the Moment She Decided to Lose Weight Costa-Giles was tracking her progress with weekly photos and soon decided it was time to hit the gym. “My body reacted very quickly to weightlifting, and I started to lean out,” she says. “The scale wasn’t making huge differences, but the inches were changing. I kind of got obsessed because for the first time in my life, my body was actually doing what I asked it to do.” She added HIIT training and Spartan Races for endurance, and eventually lost a total of 90 lbs. Costa-Giles even started her own free workout classes — out of her garage in San Antoinio, Texas — four days a week at 4 a.m. “My passion is to make it a movement,” she says. “We actually moved out of my garage because we got too big. We call it the No More Excuses Lifestyle. And some of these people don’t need to get up at 4 a.m., but they get a boost from the energy level of the other people. Some of them come and then go back to sleep!” Costa-Giles, who also works full-time as a supervisor in automotive distribution, says her story shows that anyone has the time to lose weight — she’s even helped her husband drop 60 lbs. “I have two kids and a full-time job,” she says.
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