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British YouTuber B. illyTheTitan took on a fitness challenge to see how much He could lose weight by running every day. He constantly updates his progress in videos, two of which have gone viral. After nine months, Billy pumped the breaks in the challenge – but his results were still impressive.
He started the challenge in January at £ 238. From there, he documented his journey of running on a treadmill (shirtless) every day for the next 9 months. With time you notice that it is decreasing. By May 1, it dropped to £ 197, a loss of £ 41. By June it has dropped to £ 192. Over the months, he offers the following statistics:
July: £ 195
August: £ 190
September: £ 188
October: 185 Pound
November: 183 Pound
Billy notes that while he was able to keep his series alive and healthy for nine months – at that point his body and mind told him it was time for a break.
"I realized that I needed to take a break from running every day. I felt uncomfortable trying to balance my full-time job, several side projects, daily training, and some personal issues," he wrote in the description of the video.
He notes that he won't stop exercising entirely, but that it's time to rest.
"I will still keep up with other exercises and try to keep my weight, but I really need a break." "he wrote." I think it is important to take a step back and recognize when to take a break from something. "
So when he gave an update to where he was until January 1st, at He also shared his training program in a separate video and found that at the start of the challenge, he could no longer run 15 minutes at a time, but over an hour and a half, and he increased his speed during the nine-month journey.  "I will resume my daily videos in the New Year if I am rested and remotivated!" He wrote.
However, his followers were more impressed with what he had achieved during his series and lost a total of 55 pounds .
"Damn, I'm more and more impressed with the progress you've made. Time flies! Keep it up, we're all looking for you – and your mental health comes first. I'm glad you treat yourself well, "wrote one commentator.