Fitness Instructor Gains Weight, Addicted to Junk Food

Paul “PJ” James, 32, of Melbourne Australia is a former model and a fitness instructor. Needless to say he’s in peak physical condition. Well, he was in peak physical condition. That’s because James went on a binge-eating experiment to better understand his overweight clients.

Photo: Sky News

Paul James of Australia via Sky News

James went from 175 pounds to 280 pounds. At least that’s what the article on Yahoo says. I had to convert stones to pounds, but the before/after pictures don’t seem to match that drastic of a change.

To gain that weight James ate kebabs, french fries, bacon, and chocolate milk, presumably not all at the same time. He also gave up exercise.

While James had regular check-ups, he still risked liver disease and heart problems. Plus, he ended up addicted to junk food.

“I feel down. I don’t feel like doing anything. I used to eat lean meat and veg, now I’ve got a taste for biscuits and fizzy drinks. It’s tough to break the cycle,” he says.

He’s currently back to his regular routine, trying to get fit by Christmas.

(via: Yahoo News UK)

One Response to Fitness Instructor Gains Weight, Addicted to Junk Food

biscuits are okay but cut out the soda. there is no minimum daily requirement for refined sugar.

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