Comment from: 51-yr old married mother of four [Visitor]
51-yr old married mother of four

You're hot.

03/08/11 @ 15:25
Comment from: Seret [Visitor]
Seret

What an amazing story. Thanks for sharing and keep up the inspiration!

03/08/11 @ 16:37
Comment from: Rich [Visitor]
Rich

Congratulations. That's an awesome achievement, truly. Running is such a big part of my life and such a source of joy, health, and life, so it always makes me smile to see others find that. For me personally, the VFF part of the story is awesome but really just the icing on the cake. :)

I hope you're suitably proud and loving all the ways your life has changed for the better. Congrats again.

03/08/11 @ 19:28
Comment from: DrBig74 [Visitor]  
DrBig74

Wow! I grew up in the Carolina beach and Wilmington area! It was awesome to see the sand dunes and ocean in your pics, but not as awesome as the weight loss! Kudos, and keep it up!

03/08/11 @ 23:48
Comment from: Noël [Visitor]
Noël

What an accomplishment! Congratulations for choosing health and vitality. VFFs make running fun and playful, but you still had to make wise food choices and put your VFFs on and head out the door. Kudos!

03/09/11 @ 06:28
Comment from: Jeff [Visitor]
Jeff

Congrats! Hey that hole you're wearing in your vff's is probably due to the fact that it's your dominate foot. The one you tend to pivot on and use the most.

03/09/11 @ 16:02
Comment from: mack [Visitor]
mack

A Big Congratulation to u Chris on losing your weight from being 341. Your story was very good thank you for sharing it.I know it was alot of work and you did it.I like your black KSO & Classics i have 4 pairs of KSO i wear year round.I use to wear flip flop year round and now it KSO.My best friend or coworker"Truck Driver"is 6"4 and weight 380 with a 16-EEE in shoe and 15 in flip flop.He looking for a pairs of KSO to wear too.Question! What shoe size are you.Again to you Congratulation on your weight loss Chris and keep up the good work.

03/09/11 @ 19:10
Comment from: Jen [Visitor]
Jen

Thank you so much for your inspiring story! I have some VFFs and am trying to slowly increase my running mileage without getting the burning calves too much. Also working hard to lose weight.
Again, thank you so much for the inspiration!

03/14/11 @ 19:37
Comment from: Liverrot [Visitor]  
Liverrot

That is an awesome story. You Should be so proud of yourself. The shoes are amazing and I know what you mean about not wanting to stop running, but your heart and determination got you through this as much as anything. Congrats!

03/14/11 @ 21:29
Comment from: Lyssayn [Visitor]
Lyssayn

Congratulations!!! Much of your story could be my own, except that I'm a woman and still in the midst of my weight loss journey. I hope that my husband will be inspired when I share this with him as is currently the twin to your beach picture. He wants to lose weight but is daunted by taking that first step...literally. I'll share your story with him to show him that it is possible to make such a significant change. Thank you for the inspiration and great job on your hard work! It's definitely paid off; you look great!!!

03/15/11 @ 00:18
Comment from: Steve K [Visitor]
Steve K

At a boy, Chris! I'm a 51 yr old now, and things are aging, but not according to those youngsters finishing races around me who can't believe I am that old and I beat them. If you keep up what you are doing now, when you are 51, you will be able to look in the mirror and be proud. The possibility of premature disease and death will be statistically insignificant for you, and you will also look around and see how much older your friends look than you do! Keep it up, you are an inspiration.

03/15/11 @ 00:22
Comment from: Patrick McGinley [Visitor]  
Patrick McGinley

Wow, crazy transformation. Nice man!

03/15/11 @ 17:02
Comment from: kins [Visitor]
kins

This is motivation to me. I have always been heavy. I bought a pair of fivefingers last week and havent wanted to take them off. I cant wait for the weather to get better. I need to lose a large amount of weight (Ive gained around 60 lbs in three years since starting college). I literally feel myself WANTING to run in these shoes. I cant wait to get started!

03/30/11 @ 18:16


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