Tipping the scales at greater than 19 stone, energy drink addict Anna Robinson was too heavy to fulfil her dream of finishing a bungee bounce or abseil.
But having shed an unimaginable six stone the 21-year-old shall be doing simply that on September 21 when she shimmies down the aspect of the Queen’s Medical Centre for Nottingham Hospitals Charity.
The Bulwell tremendous slimmer credit ditching booze, junk meals and her 4 can a day energy drink behavior for her weight reduction.
“I didn’t really eat breakfast, lunch and dinner, I just ate whenever I wanted,” says Anna, who misplaced her weight after becoming a member of Slimming World, in Top Valley. “If I wanted a bag of crisps I’d have them but not a normal size bag of crisps, it’d be a share bag to myself. If I got home from work at 10pm I’d think nothing of ordering a takeaway.”
Now Anna makes positive she eats three meals a day and avoids sugary drinks and snacks.
She says: “I’d rather go for a sweet piece of fruit now rather than chocolate and I have cordial instead of fizzy drinks or alcohol.”
Anna lately began working as a Slimming World advisor which she combines along with her day job at a care dwelling for individuals with autism in Bullwell.
As a part of her eating regimen overhaul, she permits herself bacon for breakfast, hen tikka pasta salad for lunch and makes her personal ‘fakeaway’ model of a KFC Zinger burger for tea.
“We make a cheat’s KFC using things like Doritos and paprika for the coating,” she says.
Anna joined her weight reduction lessons 18 months in the past feeling depressing, nugatory and unable to do a lot bodily having piled on the kilos following the demise of her father, Gary on the age of 46 two and a half years in the past.
“I was so nervous and so worried that everyone would know how much I weighed,” she says, “But after the first night at group there was no turning back.”
Anna says she remains to be on her weight reduction journey and hopes to shed one other two stone by Christmas.
She mentioned: “I’m still losing weight but it’s more gradual now. It’s because I have so much more confidence now I’m going out a lot more and doing more social things.”
Anna shall be elevating cash for Nottingham Children’s Hospital’s Big Appeal, which goals to lift £three million for Nottingham Children’s Hospital, when she takes half within the abseil.
She added: “I have always wanted to do a bungee jump or abseil – something from a massive height. I never had the guts to do it before but since starting my weight loss journey I thought, why not.”
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