My Full Fitness Story (+Pictures & Mini Q&A) // Rachel Aust

My Full Fitness Story (+Pictures & Mini Q&A) // Rachel Aust

100 comments on “My Full Fitness Story (+Pictures & Mini Q&A) // Rachel Aust

  1. OddSocksQueen Post author

    Teachers can say appalling stuff sometimes :/ I have a number dyslexia and I remember a teacher calling me out in class once (didn't have my hand raised) and standing waiting for me to work it out and when I couldn't she went 'oh come on, it's not rocket science' all the other kids laughed at me and my confidence just plummeted after that.

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  2. Alternative.Violet Post author

    It's always good to be your best self, but I just want to say your body before you started working out was beautiful!

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  3. x Post author

    people judge you when you're big sized. it's true. so whether you work out or not, eat healthy or not – they judge you either way. so u might as well do something that you like. 🙂

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  4. Sara Slaoui Post author

    I'm afraid of working out because i want to slim and not gain muscles instead , ( I'm average but i just want to be a little slimmer) does anyone know any advices on this? ❤️

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  5. sedgeflower Post author

    May I ask what your stats are? Starting/High weight, current weight, height etc? You are absolutely gorgeous btw 🙂

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  6. Matthew Gill Post author

    The pic on the left looks hot I'm saying that because I love the look of women's boobs and belly buttons

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  7. hope Post author

    I relate so much to the not liking eating in public, I always feel like people were watching me when I was at school so I would never eat during lunch or classroom parties.

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  8. Amy Xu Post author

    omg you're so beautiful. Definitely clicked because I was like…that's Alex Vause in the thumbnail BUT watched the whole video and really enjoyed it. 🙂 also a fellow Aussie youtuber! great to find. subbed for sure.

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  9. Linden Rose Post author

    Argh girl your so inspirational. Ive lost 60pounds. And now have toning left, but i feel so drainedddd all the time.

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  10. helloimsavage Post author

    I don't mean to say you weren't beautiful before because you certainly were – I just want to tell you that I think your body is so beautiful in an aesthetically pleasing way. I'm totally shook

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  11. Bahaari TV Post author

    I'm so terrified of plateau. That's why I'm terrified of starting a new workout routine cuz everyone keeps saying " do this, to that or you'll plateau". I wish I never knew about it…

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  12. Nadine Marcus Post author

    I had my doctors wife tell me I would never be skinny. I was 6. She told a 6 year old she would never be thin. I was always a chubby child and my weight affected me all my life. I suffered with bulimia for 14 years and after I stopped, my body went nuts and I gained 80 lbs. I am now just losing weight again but I know it is deeper than that and I must get over my psychological trauma from the shit I was told as a child. Glad i found your channel!

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  13. legend Post author

    not hating, but why is it that anytime someone makes a rapid weight loss video they dont match their lipstick to their lipliner?? why??? whyyyyy???

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  14. Yumna Innab Post author

    Rather than motivation, I find that self discipline is much more important. For example, I was really motivated to workout yesterday, which is great. But today I'm feeling more depressed (it happens quite often) and on days like this I end up being really lazy. That's why you need discipline You need to be able to push yourself to do the things you want to do even when you're demotivated. Of course, that doesn't mean that you shouldn't take breaks. If you ever feel like you can't handle things, then you should take a breather. Take the time to relax and get back into it the next day.

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  15. Emily Atilano Post author

    Does anyone have any suggestions to lose lower belly pooch ? I need to lose 10 pounds but it's so hard. I do a lot of cardio and ab workouts and eat keto but i have been at a plateau for a month. Idk what to do

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  16. Crøøked Yøung Post author

    The after picture is FANTASTIC. You worked for it and look great. But for some reason I really like the before picture as well…

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  17. WakeupGrandOwl Post author

    Unreal… I wish this were the body hiding under my extra chub. Alas, it will never be.
    But Kudos to you on the hard work – you look great.

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  18. Gamer Named Darvit Post author

    I admire you for how you hold yourself accountable and how you set your goals by what you can do! It is awesome to watch yourself grow stronger. I still love the challenge of weights. ^.^

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  19. Marie-Eve Rousseau Post author

    So I know this video was posted a while ago now but hopefully this comment finds you 🙂 First of, you are beautiful, clever and well spoken! I just stumbled across your channel and saw that you had a few Keto videos. so do you currently follow a keto diet?

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  20. erica hanlon Post author

    I can’t believe how much you transformed in less than a year!!! You were gorgeous then and stunning now! You should put out a how to plan. None of the chatty chat most keto books have. Just an eat this not that. Do this not that spiral book. I’d buy it!!!

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  21. Moon Starlight Post author

    I'm in year 5 and all my friends say I'm fat.. I wear jumpers alot so no one can see my fat arms even though its very very hot I hate my class room too I wear long pants all the time I never had a day with out them

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  22. Tasha Marks Post author

    0:46 my aunt called me a pig when I was 5 bc I had asked for a second Salisbury steak…like those small ones that you get in microwave tupperware.

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  23. Tasha Marks Post author

    I struggle to stay motivated…😦 my goal is always to impress my on and off again bf with my new body…idk. Tips?

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  24. Emma Manel Post author

    I love your focus on performance oriented goals and how you feel rather than looks! You seem really sweet and I'm a new subbie 🙂

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  25. Alexandre Lollini Post author

    Yes, I think having support is one part of the equation. Your mind needs to be stronger than a tank to succeed in those permanent goals without at least one person to support you, either a close friend or a close loved one. And support means at least support in the food and the exercise. Just one won't do it. So that is food/drink + sport + support. And inside support you need also a pro to give directions and regularly check you for drift/bad habits. "No support" is almost certain failure in the long run.

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  26. elisapaints Post author

    I have to say I love your videos. You are much younger than I am but I can relate to a lot of the problems and habits you mentioned when you were younger. I get so discouraged and your story has inspired me to follow you more on the fitness part. I originally discovered you in my research to begin minimizing. I love love love that you warn about your video being more chatty, I always hate those long winded videos. Thanks!

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  27. sweetginnywest Post author

    im so glad i found you on here! your story is so much like mine but except i really let myself go and gained 50 pounds around high school and just kept gaining it with stress of things that happened there after and continued.i feel like your videos are the exact information and motivation i needed.

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  28. Miss Rachel Post author

    i have so much in common w her story, except I recently put on weight and haven't shaken it off in awhile. thanks for the inspiration, rachel!

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  29. esmeralda m Post author

    Did you completely cut out alcohol? Or do you still have it and just make sure you minimize it?

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  30. Byebyelilsebastian Post author

    Honestly I m glad you got healthy , but you’re a total babe in the first pic, too

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  31. Courtney .K Post author

    Can relate with the comment from your teacher. In year 5 I was off school for 2 weeks with a stomach bug, walked into class on my first day back and my teacher pretty much announced that I’d lost a bit of weight and “good on me” for doing so. I felt so embarrassed and ashamed.

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  32. mariana b. Post author

    I've developed an unhealthy relationship with food during my teenage years and it was really really hard to lose weight and keep the weight off because of that… when I finally did it my life changed so much, I felt like I was finally myself. Not because of my appearance but because of the healthy relationship I built with food and with myself. However, after almost 2 years of keeping the weight off, I gained about 15 kg due to a depression relapse.. at the moment I'm at my heavyset ever and I'm struggling so much to get back at it. It can be so exhausting to deal with weight management. It's sad how some people really don't understand and just like to judge and say stuff like "just lose weight, it's so easy", because it's not…

    Anyway, I can totally relate to your story in a lot of ways.. thank you so much for sharing.

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  33. 도영박 Post author

    I’m hoping my face would slim down too since my mom and older brother both have oval shape and Vline face. You know, the Korean beauty ( I’m not Korean btw but I’m am Asian ).

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  34. JessieBanana Post author

    I think the concern about how much you were eating, from the teacher is fine, the issue is how they went about addressing it. At that age it should be a conversation about nutrition with the parents and then the parents can decide if they want to monitor/change your diet or get a second opinion from a doctor.

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  35. Holly Robertson Post author

    Love this video. You just described my life. Just curious, what nutrition course did you do? I am looking for a good introduction course to see if I like it. I am very interested in nutrition. Many thanks

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  36. Luxesaholic Me Post author

    I want to give a shoutout to @rachelaust for her motivation vid which I found altho is old (prob 2yrs ago) but her vid gave me motivation to finally loose all my stubborn pound. I officially started frm Aug18 from 57.9kg n now Im 49kg. Tried all kind of diet in the past but hers (IF) work the best for me. Big Thank U so much babe. God bless. Xoxo frm SG.

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  37. AlohaMia Post author

    I can’t go to the gym, there’s none near me and I can’t afford it anyway. I try to work out at home but it’s all sooo much with homework and I find myself giving up way too easily

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  38. Analyse Cortez Post author

    I was a photography student and freelance photographer as well! I’m still doing it but it’s all about balance ❤️ I would do like a 3 hour shoot and then edit for like 5 hours and just grab chipotle and eat while I edit. Learning about health and fitness was such a struggle but so worth it!

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  39. Style a Go-Go Post author

    I'm so glad you talked about estrogen dominance and how it exhausts your liver. That's why eliminating sugars and alcohol (and carbs) is so important! I think more women have that problem than we know. That's probably the cause of most women gaining weight especially in their middle ages. Great video!!

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  40. Bonnie Jane Post author

    The reason I didn’t get fit was because I knew it would work. I have a fast metabolism and I loose weight after doing most things. So it wasn’t like a now or never thing, I could really just eat a little better when I got a little too fat. I weigh 68kg (~140 pounds) at 5 “9. And while I could be slimmer, I never really saw a point in all that work for not much pay off. Currently I’m trying to eat better because I have an eating disorder (not to do with weight) that makes me hate the texture of food.

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  41. Niha Post author

    I have PCOS as well, and honestly I am beginning to wonder if I am may be endomorph. I was told I was meso-endo mix leaning meso, but I am down to 102 lbs, 5' 1" and I realized I have been approaching this all wrong; I thought I was chubby before when I have been at 120-130 and I did look a little chubby but my weight from my thighs practically looks like it hasn't even changed, I lost some from my bust area but not too much. You said you realized you were a "curvy" type and honestly I am 24 yo and maybe I have some curves too, which is why my body behaves like this…didn't even realize I might have a different body type than what I have been comparing myself too.

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  42. Asher Teddington Post author

    Am I the only one who realizes she’s not even fat in the first picture? She’s a pretty average size woman now she’s just super thin…
    I mean whatever floats your boat but you look fine either way LOL

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