Welcome to my website!
I’m Chloe, I’m 23 years old and I live in the West Midlands in the UK.
As you may have gathered I am a health and fitness enthusiast. I haven’t always had an interest in health and fitness – In May 2015 I weighed 113kg (250lb) and was seriously unhealthy, my diet consisted of McDonalds and takeaway pizzas, fanta orange, multipacks of biscuits and so on. I knew I needed to make a change but when the doctor said my high blood pressure, nose bleeds and severe headaches were being caused by being obese, it gave me the kick I needed to change my lifestyle.
Fast forward to today, I have now lost and maintained 100lb (45kg) and I’m in the healthiest and fittest condition of my life! This was achieved by taking care of myself and living a healthy, balanced lifestyle – which I try to demonstrate in my blog posts!
2 years ago, anything related to fitness would have been my worst nightmare, the only exercise I did was walking to the fridge or dancing on Friday/Saturday nights in the club with a vodka (and then going home to eat a large pizza). I intoduced fitness into my life gradually and today it’s a huge part of my life and I look forward to exercising. I train in several gyms 5 days a week (mainly weight training) and I have weekly sessions with my personal trainer, Sophie. I also try to walk a lot to reach 10k steps every day and I’ll soon be starting a jive & salsa dance class which I’m super excited about! My long term goal is to compete in a body transformation category which I’m hoping to achieve next year, so watch this space to see a future bikini competitor!
Sooo, something non fitness related about me – I graduated Coventry University in 2016 with a 1st Class in Advertising and Business and have since been working full time as a Marketing Executive at TNT. When I’m not working or in the gym, I enjoy reading books and writing blogs, binge watching series on Netflix, eating too much and stalking people on Instagram.
Feel free to get in touch if you have any weight loss or fitness questions or even if you have any suggestions for future blogs!
Thanks for reading,