RECORD 10 Of The Biggest Weight Loss Transformations Of All Time -


RECORD 10 Of The Biggest Weight Loss Transformations Of All Time

A lot of people credit weight gain and obesity to lack of willpower. That’s just far too simplistic explanation. Some of the biggest weight loss transformations of all time will shed a proof on that.

That’s alsoWeight gain is largely a result of lifestyle and eating habits, but some people are at disadvantage when it comes to how they control what they eat.

Overeating can be driven by genetics and hormones and some people are simplyto gaining weight.

Of course, this doesn’t mean that we can’t control ourselves. We can change our lifestyle and behavior with perseverance, dedication and willpower. If some people play on “easy” mode and lose weight easily, for some people it’s on level “intermediate” doing the same.

But claiming that weight gain is JUST a lack of willpower is far too simplistic and untrue.

We’ve made an incredible compilation of the biggest weight loss transformations of all time. Let this serve as a proof that it can be done!

1. David Elmore Smith (lost 185kg)

David was on the brink of giving up his life. He was called the

His health and relationships went down spiral when his weight gain went out of control. But thanks to the amazing trainer Chris Powell, David was able to apply baby steps daily, by simply just walking around the house and focusing on one day without cheat meals. Day by day he succeeded at shedding over 100 kilograms!

Original weight: 294kg

Weight lost: 185kg

Percentage of body mass lost: 62%

2. Ronnie Brewer (lost 180kg)

Ronnie was the guy who used to struggle with his weight, until one day he decided: today it’s going to be the last day he felt like that. It took two years of hard work in the gym, diet restrictions and pumping iron on Taylor Swift songs to go from 306kg to lose a staggering 180kg + 16kg of skin that was cut away afterwards.

Original weight: 306kg

Weight lost: 180kg + 16kg of skin

Body mass percentage: 65 percent

3. Danny Cahill (lost 108kg)

When Danny was accepted on season 8 of the American version of The Biggest Loser, his entire life was about to change.

He was always struggling with obesity, but his will to lose weight was worth it. Although he became the series winner, a new study focusing on Danny and his co-stars exposed that they all suffered severe metabolic damage.

Original Weight: 195kg

Weight lost: 108kg

Percentage of body mass lost: 55.8 percent

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