20-year-old Bradley McManus after ditching chicken nuggets and hitting the gym, the then 18-year-old Bradley decided to follow suit and his transformation will shock you! Read the article to know how did he do it!
Bradley and mum Angela
Just like a normal healthy family Angela used to be the sort of parent who supplied her family a steady stream of dirty ready meals and fast food, soon she gained weight and became conscious about it and wanted to make a change. This is Bradley when he was just a kid.
Figured out how to drop a stone…
Bradley was so used to the fast food that even he gained a lot of weight, so Bradley figured out how to drop a stone and a half after he changed his diet and began working out.
Angela decided to make a change.
She said: “A few years ago, I’d pick up whatever processed junk was cheap in the supermarket. My sons lived off chicken nuggets and chips and a standard meal for me was something like a frozen chicken kiev. I did what I thought would be cheapest and easiest without considering other options.”
She continues saying..
Angela says, “The biggest trigger for me was when I went snowboarding with my family and my son and I couldn’t enjoy the experience because we were so out of puff. t spoiled the holiday and left me feeling terrible. The nearer I got to 50, the more pressing the change felt. Since adapting my diet, I feel so much better and my bank balance is looking healthier, too.”
The change came after a particularly indulgent Christmas back in 2013.
Soon Angela became health conscious and also discovered online health retailer MuscleFood.com and started buying fresh meat and vegetables rather than her usual processed food.
But now she’s feeling better than ever.
Angela says, “It was once I overhauled my diet that my life really turned around. The offering of similar products to my old diet made it an easy enough change to make, as I wasn’t stuck cooking different meals for my sons. I swapped our breaded chicken for Dragonfire Chicken and Hache Steaks and replaced my usual snack of crisps with celery sticks and almond butter. Gone are the days of skipping breakfast, now I stock up on spinach and poached eggs to give myself the healthiest start to the day.”
Bradley decided to get in shape too.
After watching his mum make such amazing improvements Bradley decided to make changes too. Angela explained: “Bradley had been chubby since school, avoiding exercise except for football and eating starchy school dinners. Once I saw the changes in my life, I encouraged him to give a personal trainer a go and eat healthily.”
let’s hope Bradley doesn’t get too carried away…
Angela says, “He’s seen a huge change in his life and the two of us support each other, not allowing ourselves to make the excuses that stopped us from good health previously. It feels so great to have improved my son’s life as well as my own. A few years ago, I could only imagine feeling and looking the way that I do now, so it’s fantastic to achieve what I have.”