Abby Williams, from Sydney, worked at McDonald’s and gained weight while doing it. But she changed her life.
Sydney – At age 14, Abby Williams wanted to earn some extra cash and started working at McDonald’s as a temporary worker. What sounds like a dream to many teenagers has left its mark on the young woman. She continued to gain weight.
One day, the Australian decided to change her life and lose weight. Her reason: she no longer liked looking in the mirror.
“I ate french fries, ice cream and burgers on my shifts and drank a lot of orange juice,” the 23-year-old told news.com.au.
Eventually she managed to weigh nearly 100 kilograms. There was always greasy fast food at breakfast too, and it continued at lunchtime.
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Tired of being fatter than her friends, she changed her life. She started counting calories, cutting out fast food and taking at least 10,000 steps a day.
Finally, he attended training courses in the gym.
In 18 months, Abby lost a whopping 100 pounds, eventually weighing 120 pounds. But she didn’t feel comfortable with her and she decided to increase her muscle strength.
Abby now weighs 58 pounds and is completely satisfied with her body.
Because he lives by the motto “strong is the new thin” and loves to focus on strength training. He goes to the gym five times a week.
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To motivate others, the 23-year-old now also offers online coaching. His advice for losing weight: just start.
The Aussie doesn’t give up fast food entirely, but her diet is much more balanced than when she was at McDonald’s. “I don’t blame McDonald’s, I blame my own willpower because I had no idea why I was getting fat.”