Adrienne Osuna, who blogs about her weight loss journey, posted the before and after pictures on her Instagram account.
Her incredible body transformation is visible after she went from a size 16 to a size 10, but Adrienne reveals that there's only a two pound difference between the two photos.
While she was a size 16 and weighed 182 pounds in her before picture, the mum slimmed to a size 10 in her after picture but is only two pounds lighter, weighing 180 pounds.
Revealing her relief that she finally stopped caring about what the scales said, Adrienne explains that her goal was to lose fat and gain muscle.
'I THANK GOD I didn't let the scale stop me...I could care less what I weigh', Adrienne wrote in the caption.
'My goals are to *build muscle and lose fat* I didn't diet to get here...I lifted a lot of heavy things and I do intermittent fasting.
Well holla at your girl for losing another pound ð im so happy my legs are growinggggg ð I THANK GOD I didn't let the scale stop me...I could care less what I weighð‘ð¼ for reals powerlifting built this body ð‘ð¼my goals are to *build muscle & lose fat* I didn't diet to get here...I lifted a lot of heavy things and I do intermittent fasting ðð¼ð‘ð¼and I'm not done yet!!! ð‘ð¼girls be like "ugh I want my legs to grow! I want my booty to grow! I want "toned" biceps! But Ugh the scale won't go down it must not be working!!" ð’Yeah well alllll that requires GAINING muscle! I hope you see the scale go down but if it doesn't it's ok! put it in perspective and STOP letting the scale throw you off... just do your squats baby girl ððð ð’your regularly scheduled reminder to keep going girl ðð *and yesss really 2 pounds difference... size 16 to a size 10 it's body recompositionð‘ð¼ losing fat & gaining muscleð‘ð¼* I lift 5 days a week and do 3 days cardio, and I intermittent fast usually 15 hours over nightð‘ð¼ð‘ð¼ð‘ð¼ . . . . . #weightlossjourney #momsthatlift #powerlifting #eattoperform #iifym #allthefood #bodybuilding #strongmom #flexibledieting #squats #fitnessjourney #strongwoman #girlswithmuscle #girlswhopowerlift #dietingsucks #fitbit #fitfam #bodypositivity #powerliftingbuiltthisbody #deadlifts #liftheavythings #intuitiveeating #bodybuildinglife #gymislife #progressnotperfection #beforeandafterweightloss #powerlifter #beyondthescale #nsv #heavylifting
'I hope you see the scale go down but if it doesn't it's ok! put it in perspective and STOP letting the scale throw you off...
'and yesss really 2 pounds difference... size 16 to a size 10 it's body recomposition👉🏼 losing fat and gaining muscle👌🏼* I lift 5 days a week and do 3 days cardio, and I intermittent fast usually 15 hours over night👌🏼👌🏼👌'
In her blog, Adrienne revealed that she has struggled with dieting and binge eating since she was a young girl.
Oh my goodness you guys. I was just interviewed by US Weekly! AND my friend @bpark89 just called me freaking out and saw my pictures on national TV on CBS's show The Talk and they were taking about me ð³omgosh you guys! I'm gonna die ð¬ð¬ð± I can't believe that I am able to share with the world that the scale is not the ultimate factor in success. I was tired of dieting and obsessing over the scale. I started to Lift heavy things. I stopped yo-yo dieting, and then added intermittent fasting. I am not done yet. I am not perfect. This is just what I did and I am happy to share it with you all ð’–ð’– thank you ALL SO MUCH for your love and support. ð–¤ð’–ð–¤ð’–ð¦ð¦ð¦ð¦
'I have struggled with yo-yo dieting and bingeing since middle school. With each pregnancy I gained weight, lost weight, and gained weight again', she wrote.
Revealing the secret to her incredible transformation, the mum says she quit dieting after she gave birth to her fourth son, and started to lift weights at the gym.
'After my fourth son turned one, I finally QUIT DIETING, lost fat and healed my metabolism by heavy lifting, intermittent fasting and eating an appropriate amount of food! I'm no longer obsessed with the scale.'