Published January 08, 2015
Tipping the scale at 330 pounds, 47-year-old Cindy Schreiner decided to get gastric bypass surgery in 2002.
"I was downtown on 9-11," Schreiner recounted. "And I couldn't run ... I had a colleague pulling me down the street saying, 'come on, you can run, you can run' and I just thought, I can't move anymore and I was so huge."
It was turning point for Schreiner, who has lost 185 pounds to date.
But working out daily and changing her eating habits has not helped Schreiner obtain the body she has always wanted.
"I would grab the skin and go I want this gone," she told FOXNews.com. "Because I had worked so hard to lose the weight and I didn't see all the benefits because the skin was hanging." (Continue)