A personal trainer who was once an ‘overweight full-time gamer’ has revealed how he shed a staggering 60kg in just 13 months

A personal trainer who was once an ‘overweight full-time gamer’ has revealed how he shed a staggering 60kg in just 13 months. 

Tom Kulik, 30, from Geelong in Victoria, tipped the scales at 143kg and would regularly binge on party pies and energy drinks.

He spent years swimming at the beach with his shirt on to hide his XXL physique.  

Determined to get on top of his health, Tom – who’s 196 centimetres tall – overhauled his lifestyle and dropped 12 pants sizes, sculpted his abs and became a professional personal trainer. 

A personal trainer who was once an 'overweight full-time gamer' has revealed how he shed a staggering 60 kilos in just 13 months

A personal trainer who was once an 'overweight full-time gamer' has revealed how he shed a staggering 60 kilos in just 13 months

A personal trainer who was once an ‘overweight full-time gamer’ has revealed how he shed a staggering 60 kilos in just 13 months 

Determined to get on top of his health, Tom overhauled his lifestyle and dropped 12 pants sizes, sculpted abs and became a professional personal trainer.

Determined to get on top of his health, Tom overhauled his lifestyle and dropped 12 pants sizes, sculpted abs and became a professional personal trainer.

Determined to get on top of his health, Tom overhauled his lifestyle and dropped 12 pants sizes, sculpted abs and became a professional personal trainer. 

Before his remarkable body transformation, Tom had struggled with his weight his whole life. 

He began channelling his energy into gaming as a way to avoid going out – and he would sit around for hours on end playing World of Warcraft [WOW].

‘I turned to gaming because I didn’t like to be seen. I was playing WOW up to 24 hours a day, and I had little interest in sports or recreational activities,’ Tom told Daily Mail Australia.

‘I was eating a lot of junk food.

I ate a lot of sausage rolls and party pies and throughout the day I’d be eating Thai food, pizzas, chips, chocolate bars, and energy drinks – anything that was convenient.’

After his dramatic weight loss, Tom started a career working as a full-time personal trainer in the hope of helping other young people get on top of their own weight

After his dramatic weight loss, Tom started a career working as a full-time personal trainer in the hope of helping other young people get on top of their own weight

After his dramatic weight loss, Tom started a career working as a full-time personal trainer in the hope of helping other young people get on top of their own weight

Tom said he would never take his top off at the beach and was ashamed of anyone seeing how he looked, even his family. 

Swimming with a shirt on was all I knew, and cara daftar sbobet bola the thought of being seen shirtless in public terrified me.

‘Swimming with a shirt on was all I knew, and the thought of being seen shirtless in public terrified me,’ he said. 

‘I refused to have photos of me taken because I didn’t want to face the reality of my poor health.’  

Over the years he attempted to shed the kilos with weight loss programs and diets but nothing seemed to work. 

His turning point came in 2010 when he decided to set himself a New Year’s resolution to lose weight for good and he hasn’t looked back since. 

‘I remember standing in the mirror, looking at my reflection and thinking how sick I was of what I was seeing, I was just fed up and thought enough was enough,’ he said. 

His turning point came in 2010 when he decided to set himself a realistic New Year's resolution to lose weight for good (pictured left in 2016 and right in 2018)

His turning point came in 2010 when he decided to set himself a realistic New Year's resolution to lose weight for good (pictured left in 2016 and right in 2018)

His turning point came in 2010 when he decided to set himself a realistic New Year’s resolution to lose weight for good (pictured left in 2016 and right in 2018)

Tom initially dropped to just 73 kilos with 'no muscles', in which he described himself as 'too skinny' (left). But over the years, he worked his way up to 97 kilos, achieving rippling abs, toned legs and muscular arms (right)

Tom initially dropped to just 73 kilos with 'no muscles', in which he described himself as 'too skinny' (left). But over the years, he worked his way up to 97 kilos, achieving rippling abs, toned legs and muscular arms (right)

Tom initially dropped to just 73 kilos with ‘no muscles’, in which he described himself as ‘too skinny’ (left).

But over the years, he worked his way up to 97 kilos, achieving rippling abs, toned legs and muscular arms (right)

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