Chris Moyles, 46, is unrecognizable while showing the results of his five stone weight loss during a night out … after admitting that he would be ‘dead by 50’ if he hadn’t lost the pounds
He revealed in 2018 that he threw no fewer than five stones.
And Chris Moyles showed his slender new look when he posed for a selfie with presenter Keith Lemon after a night out together on Friday.
The Radio X presenter, 46, posed for the module after revealing in 2018 that he had dropped the pounds by drastically reviewing his diet and fitness regime.
Friends: Chris Moyles showed his slender new look when he posed for a selfie with presenter Keith Lemon after a night out together on Friday
Keith – who is played by actor Leigh Francis – wrote his post: “Had a nice evening with this guy last night. Feel it now! “
Chris revealed in 2018 that he changed his form after shedding five stones by reviewing his diet and fitness regime.
After years of limited exercise and a fixed diet of takeaway meals and junk food, the DJ now credits his weight loss with running and digging junk food.
Transformed: The DJ was excited in the Instagram photo (left) after revealing in 2008 that he had lost five stones by reviewing his diet and fitness regime (right in 2008)
According to Good to know, before his weight loss mission, Chris ate about 2,000 calories a day, but the food he ate was not exactly healthy.
He now eats the same amount of calories, but has swapped fat pizza and fat ice cream for fresh fruit and vegetables, along with grains such as quinoa and oatmeal.
He also does cardio three times a week, plus the use of free weights to build muscle.
Health kick: at that time the star said he was trading junk food for fruits and vegetables, and started doing cardio three times a week (photo in 2009)
Chris, who is now presenting a show on Radio X, has always been open about his fight with weight and his fitness goals.
He told Subway in 2015 he tried to focus on keeping his weight at bay after starting his attempt to get in shape the year before.
He explained: ‘I am getting older. If I don’t stay fit, I’ll be dead by 50. “
He also works hard with personal trainers – and lowers his alcohol intake – and told the Mirror back in 2011: “I have David Haye’s old trainer who kills me.
“I have become obsessed [fitness]. And I watch what I eat now that I’ve had to learn to cook for myself and that takes a lot of time, especially if I don’t drink, what I’ve been trying not to do lately. ”
Specifically: the star has always been open about his fitness goals and said in 2015 that he was trying to focus on keeping his weight at bay (photo in 2008)