Matthew Riggs, a 35-year-old Briton, caused a stir on social networks with his show His sea changed. Three years ago he decided Weight loss And he changes his lifestyle after his son asked him If you are going to die of being overweight.
The question affected him so much that he decided to seek a cure and, since then, have shared it His way of life and his advice through their social networks.
In an interview with the British media “Daily Star”, the neighbor from Essex (UK) explained how the decision to implement this change was. A decision I made after terrible question What his son did when he came back from class and gave the human body.
He came home after learning about the human body and asked me If I were to have a heart attack and dieRiggs started to count. Hearing those words, he realized that he should put the ground in the middle of his house stable lifeWhich was accompanied by fast food and plentiful soft drinks.
Daily exercise and change your diet The first steps this man took were to be able to make his physical and health changes. His love for the sport became so great that he passed it on to his two children: “Now I’ve lost weight and he’s doing more sports and he wants to be healthier.”
100 kilos in three years
Since 2019, Riggs has lost a total of 100 kilo. In addition, he has admitted that before his physical change began, he was consuming 7000 calories per day.
He told The Sun media that the morning had begun In a fast food restaurantFor lunch at work, he brings cakes and industrial pastries, as well as being a big fan of sweetened and alcoholic drinks.
This Brit is gone from remorse 171 kilos to 83 And from living a sedate life to exercising seven days a week, two of which are dedicated Cardiovascular activities. He entered a world body buildingwhere he has already achieved some other achievements, due to the drastic change in his physique.
Riggs admits that making this change was one of the best decisions of his life, because it has improved His health and his relationship with his wife and childrenWith whom he feels closest.
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