Dawn Smith (@thedawnelizabeth), is now a fitness entrepreneur who has been on a journey to losing 154lbs after learning how to love herself. After focussing on getting healthier by eating foods in moderation, sticking to a calorie deficit and tracking macros as well as combo of weight lifting, cardio and HIIT, You can read more about Dawn's story over at Women's Health...
Personal trainer who started selling weights to beat lockdown is now set to sell £1M in fitness gear this year
Personal trainer Gavin Townsend took a gamble as Britain headed into lockdown that making and designing his own range of gym equipment would pay his bills - and get him out of the £40,000 debt that he had accumulated. The gamble paid off for the 34-year-old and his business, Gymbeing, is now set to deliver much more than that, turning over £1million this year. You can read more over on This Is Money...
Life-changing revelations can come when you least expect it. Check out these unexpected weight-loss lessons from women who have been battling their weight for decades and now have the results they have been chasing! You can read more over in The Healthy...
In the space of two years, Katy Peters, went from an unhealthy 18st 2lbs to an impressive 11st 4lb by training herself to like broccoli while ditching her daily Greggs diet! You can read more about this big weight loss!
When Matt Riggs's seven-year-old son came home from school after learning about healthy eating, he asked his dad a question that would change his life forever. Matt knew it was time for a change so joined the gym and changed his diet - and he's now managed to lose an incredible amount of weight and is loving his new healthy lifestyle. You can read this inspiring story over in The Sun...
Poppy Stainsby has shed almost 6st during lockdown after kicking her £11,000 a year takeaway habit! You can read more about another big weightloss story over in The Sun...
As a teenager, Jennifer Besser said she slowly piled on the pounds - tipping the scales at 19.5st, despite being active and loving playing sport at high school. It was New Years 2015 that changed everything...
Back in 2014 while on maternity leave, Kimberlee Perry started up Bounce six years ago. The physical class sessions became virtual, something that Kimberlee had never contemplated previously. You can read more about how 'Bounce' changed due to the coronavirus outbreak over on BBC News...
Kelsey Daniels, of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ballooned to 15st 9lb after gorging on chocolate but has since joined Slimming World to fight the flab! You can read Kelsey's story over in The Mirror...
Kyleigh Osterloh always felt her weightnwas holding her back, so started counting macros and strength training to lose weight. You can read more over in Women's Health...
Ashleigh Bell received a wake up call from a trip to Alton Towers after being told she was unable to go on a rollercoaster. You can read the big weight loss journey over in The Sun..
After reaching 270lbs , Elizabeth Raney took advice from her mum and took part in a weight-loss challenge at work and then lost 102lbs! Women's Health has the story,,,
Following A Low-Carb Diet, Using A Food Scale, And Walking At Least 10,000 Steps A Day Helped Me Lose 80 Lbs!
Luz Arteaga returned from a family trip with the realisation that her weight was holding her back. After starting a low-carb diet, weighing food with a scale and walking at 10,000 steps a day, Luz went onto lose 80lbs in under 11 months! You can read more over in Women's Health.
A mum who once starred on Britain's Fattest people has shed 10 stone after fearing she would die. Emily Ingold, 26, was so big she even had a seatbelt extension for her car. You can read more in The Daily Star...
Kerrie Aldridge is one of the many participants in this year’s London Marathon who is defying societal expectations of a runner. As the last official finisher in the 2019 London Marathon, the 39-year-old mum is now on a mission to improve her time. You can read about Kerrie's inspiring story over at Runner's World..
During the summer of 2019, Ben Snyder decided he wanted to do more of something most people hate: public speaking. As a product analyst for Under Armour, Snyder often attends technology conferences where he sees presentations from experts and thought leaders in his industry. Before long, he wanted to be the one on stage, representing his company and his years of experience. myfitnesspal.com has the story!
In the midst of enjoying the party lifestyle and then losing £60,000 won through gambling, Josh Lock was losing track of his life. You can read about Josh's turnaround in life with LADBilble...
Elena Green wanted her confidence back, wanted the energy to play with her babies and just wanted to be free! You can read the rest over on Women's Health!
There’s no age limit on beginning to prioritise your health and well-being. For Joan MacDonald, motivation to strengthen her body came two years ago - when she was over 70.
Now at 74 years old, Joan has gone viral for her incredible fitness journey, amassing a following of more than 800,000 fans on Instagram. On her page, her bio has a single simple phrase: “You can’t turn back the clock but you can wind it up again.” Women's Health has the story!
A 28-year-old former pizza delivery boy has become one of the UK's wealthiest young entrepreneurs after agreeing a deal which valued his business at over £1bn. Ben Francis was a 19-year-old student when he founded Gymshark, a fitness clothing brand, from his parents' garage in 2011. You can read more over at Sky News...
On World Mental Health Day the BBC newsreader wrote: "Big shout-out to Clinton McKenzie who has kept me going this past year" and now the BBC star says the former champion helped turn his life around. Newsreader Huw Edwards says depression saw his weight balloon to 16-and-a-half stone - but boxing got him fighting fit again. The Mirror has more!
As the UK's number one ranked CrossFit competitor, Zack George knows a thing or two about hitting the gym! George is widely regarded as Britain's fittest man, and is currently in training for the upcoming Games. In the run up to his next competition, George has shared his advice to help you get in the shape of your life - both physically and mentally. Joe.co.uk has the story!
Danielle Hioshia, 26, from New Jersey, couldn't fit in an 'ordinary chair' and was pre-diabetic, so she lost 150lbs! The Daily Star has the story!
Sophia Ellis suffered from anorexia and bulimia, but has since gone on to become a powerlifting champion. The 24-year-old spent most of her university years suffering from a variety of eating disorders which she has now overcome. Joe.co.uk has more on the story!
Stacey Flinn-Scholfield went from a size 20 to running an ultramarathon! You can read more in The Sun!
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