It’s hard to control your eating when you work nights (when you come home from work at 6am, is it time for dinner or breakfast?!) but the key is to get into a proper routine and never give up. This week’s Amazing Loser Dean has a fantastic attitude to his weight loss – knowing that he had to change his lifestyle, he fully committed to it, never giving up, and
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Broken inside and out, the road to a healthy weight wasn’t always going to be easy for this week’s Amazing Loser Matthew, a MAN v FAT footballer from Cardiff. He made it though, and this is how he did it… Name: Matthew Maksimovic Age: 35 Height: 5ft 8 Location: Cardiff Occupation: Mental health worker (and MAN v FAT Football Cardiff player marketer) Highest weight: 214lbs (15st 4lbs / 97.3kg) Lowest weight: 170lbs (12st
When you’ve had a tough relationship with food and your body for most of your life, enacting change is an overwhelmingly difficult thing to do. As anyone who was overweight as a child will know, undoing these years of learning all the wrong things about food requires a hell of a lot of focus and persistence. This week’s A-list Amazing Loser knows this only too well. Steven Walker, better known
This week’s Amazing Loser Dan has built up many different support networks, both in real life and on Instagram, and this has been a big part of why he’s been so successful at losing weight. We’re all guilty of bottling things up or not wanting to bother people with our problems, but as Dan shows, it can really pay off to reach out… Name: Dan Church (follow his brilliant Instagram here)
A combination of things sent this week’s Amazing Loser Tom spiralling into a vicious cycle of feeling unhappy and comfort eating. After a nasty car accident, he turned towards food and away from the healthy habits he’d been trying to build, resulting in him reaching his highest weight of 23 stone and finding that he didn’t want to live. That is until a chance comment by a friend changed everything…