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Tuesday 22 March 2011

Wow Fitness introduces our WOW MAN!

Paul Kitney - JANUARY 2011 - Starting Weight 26st3lbs - Age 49
Paul at the GYM...
Wow Fitness is delighted to introduce Paul Kitney our WOW MAN!

 "Wow Fitness is thrilled to share Paul's WOW -WinOnWeightloss journey with you, along side Emma's"...says Sonia Cullington, Founder of Wow Fitness...

" I was delighted  Paul  accepted our offer of FREE training and support for the duration of his "bespoke" weightloss programme designed by WOW Fitness For You..."(see  wow website page For You)

"Our first priority was to establish Paul's goals" says Sonia  " And boy does he have a great goal to reach!!!!..."


And welcome to my blog, my WOW journey.

Three months ago, I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes and was faced with additional health problems if I did not lose weight.
The diagnosis was a shock, but should have been no surprise, as obesity does increase the risk of developing this condition, I was warned!
So a serious change in life style was needed, but I did not know where to start. By chance a colleague told me about WOW and Sonia. Fate is a peculiar thing, but sometimes you only get one chance at something like this. Being a WOW recruit has changed my life, giving me the focus I need to lose weight. An important element to this has been Sonia, a personal trainer who supports you, gives you advice and shares in your success as you lose the kilograms.

So where did this journey begin?

30 years ago, I gave up playing Rugby and other sports, due to a change in location and my first full time job, which incorporated long hours and shifts. I was always tired and discovered the world of convenience food and takeaways. Within two years I had put on 3 stone, had become unfit and reversed the effects of regular exercise and a good diet. However the crucial thing here was that I carried it well and my body image did not concern me or drew unwanted comments or disapproving looks.
However that changed within a few years as my weight increased. When you are overweight, it is amazing how people’s view of you becomes distorted, assumptions are made and the worst of all, comments are made of a negative nature.

It is at this point where you can become immersed in a never ending vicious circle of becoming depressed about your weight and appearance, but eating the wrong type of food, because it gives you comfort

It is true to say that I have said in the past; enough is enough and made a conscious decision to lose weight. The last time this happened to me was 2006, when I lost 5 stone. Why I stopped being focused and put the weight back on and more, I could not tell you, but I did and it made me ill and miserable.

So what’s different now, I hear you say. Quite simply, ones own mortality. I am Fifty this year and I have children who I would like to see married, grandchildren hopefully in the future that I can keep up with and a partner who I intend to enjoy my retirement with. Why these things have not motivated me before, I do not know all I can tell you is this  is different.

The crucial thing here is changing the negative circle into a positive one. I love training, going to the gym and exercising.  I have lost nearly 12.7005 Kg since January, people have noticed, people are saying positive things, the negative comments have stopped and I can now see my feet! All these things and more, inspire me to carry on. The path I am now on is a long one, I have a lot of weight to lose, but with Sonia I will achieve it.

To date Paul is weighing in at 23st 12lbs!!!!! one word...WOW!!!!! If you would like to ask me or Paul any questions about his WinOnWeightloss journey please leave your comments and we will reply to YOU....


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