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Man who bal­looned to 28 stone after gorg­ing on 7,000 calo­ries a DAY trans­forms into a ripped per­son­al train­er after los­ing near­ly half his body­weight in the gym

A 28-stone man who became so heavy he broke his show­er floor after gorg­ing on 7,000 calo­ries every day has trans­formed him­self into a ripped per­son­al train­er after shed­ding 12 stone.

Umar Malik, 26, from West Lon­don, always strug­gled with his weight but began eat­ing 70 slices of toast and 56 eggs every week when he turned 18, and with­in three years he had gained 10 stone.

Umar, who says he was ashamed and upset with how he looked, became so big that after hit­ting 28st his scales could no longer mea­sure his weight.

He wore a size 6XL at his biggest and knew he need­ed to make a change in 2014, when his show­er floor could no longer hold his weight and began leak­ing water into his kitchen.

How­ev­er, he did­n’t ful­ly com­mit to los­ing weight until 2015 when he began attend­ing a gym every day and start­ed eat­ing a strict dai­ly diet of 3,000 calo­ries.

By Novem­ber 2017, the per­son­al train­er, who now helps oth­ers through their weight loss jour­ney, had dropped down to 16st 2lbs and com­plet­ed an unbe­liev­able body trans­for­ma­tion.

Umar, a 28-stone man who became so heavy he broke his shower floor after gorging on 7,000 calories every day, has transformed himself into a personal trainer after shedding 12 stone
Umar, a 28-stone man who became so heavy he broke his show­er floor after gorg­ing on 7,000 calo­ries every day, has trans­formed him­self into a per­son­al train­er after shed­ding 12 stone
Umar Malik, 26, from West London, has always struggled with his weight but began gorging on 70 slices of toast and 56 eggs every week when he turned 18, and within three years he had gained 10 stone
Umar Malik, 26, from West Lon­don, has always strug­gled with his weight but began gorg­ing on 70 slices of toast and 56 eggs every week when he turned 18, and with­in three years he had gained 10 stone

Umar, from Eal­ing, said: ‘I remem­ber stand­ing in front of a mir­ror and feel­ing ashamed of how I looked. I knew I need­ed to make a change.

I had no body con­fi­dence. I was so big that the scales could­n’t mea­sure me any­more. It was my low­est moment. It was just not healthy.

My fam­i­ly were real­ly sup­port­ive but they did­n’t real­ly know what to do. I would love to go back and be there for myself because now I know what I need­ed.

Grow­ing up in a typ­i­cal Asian fam­i­ly, it was gen­er­al­ly seen that if you ate a lot then you were the good kid and if you did­n’t then there was some­thing wrong with you.’

In 2015 he began attending a gym every day and started eating a strict diet of 3,000 calories a day
In 2015 he began attend­ing a gym every day and start­ed eat­ing a strict diet of 3,000 calo­ries a day

He admit­ted: ‘I think that’s where it all start­ed but I have always had a big appetite and enjoyed food. I was out of con­trol but I did­n’t want to com­mit to los­ing weight.

When I was grow­ing up I could­n’t find clothes that would fit me and I had to wear my dad’s clothes. My weight would stop me from going out and social­is­ing.’

Umar said: ‘I went into my own shell and I was on my own a lot which was very unhealthy phys­i­cal­ly, men­tal­ly and emo­tion­al­ly. This did­n’t change until I lost weight.’

Umar decid­ed to make a change in 2015, over­haul­ing his diet and exer­cise plan.

He now eats a cal­cu­lat­ed diet of six small meals a day and as well as doing strength train­ing and car­dio every day.

Umar seen with his parents (left and centre) before his dramatic weight loss transformation
Umar seen with his par­ents (left and cen­tre) before his dra­mat­ic weight loss trans­for­ma­tion
Umar seen with his sister Ameera Malik at her graduation when he weighed up to 28 stone
Umar seen with his sis­ter Ameera Malik at her grad­u­a­tion when he weighed up to 28 stone

And his new physique and hard work net­ted him a job at Ulti­mate Per­for­mance, where Umar now works.

The com­pa­ny claims to have some of the world’s lead­ing per­son­al train­ers who have also worked with celebri­ties includ­ing Gem­ma Atkin­son, Scott Mills and Ryan Thomas.

Umar said: ‘There was no way I would­n’t see a result as long as I con­tin­ued eat­ing a strict diet and exer­cis­ing reg­u­lar­ly. It was always going to hap­pen. I felt real­ly good about it.

I want­ed to be real­ly strong and I achieved that goal. I now fuel my body so it is ready to work. I know what works for my body and what is best for me.

I am much more con­fi­dent now and I love going out social­is­ing and meet­ing new peo­ple.’

Umar, who admitted he was encouraged to eat a lot, seen with his father Iqbal Malik before his weight loss
Umar, who admit­ted he was encour­aged to eat a lot, seen with his father Iqbal Malik before his weight loss
Umar decided to make a change in 2015, overhauling his diet and exercise plan
Umar decid­ed to make a change in 2015, over­haul­ing his diet and exer­cise plan

Even though he has trans­formed his body and now wears a size 3XL, the per­son­al train­er still strug­gles with his image and believes he is much big­ger than he actu­al­ly is.

Umar said: ‘Every­thing is a whole lot bet­ter. It has 100 per cent changed my life but I am still very con­scious of my weight and I gen­uine­ly think I am big­ger than I am now.

In my job, when I am with clients I often do get emo­tion­al because I have been there and I know what it is like and how it felt. Los­ing weight is a very daunt­ing thing.

I enjoy every­thing about the job. I have always grav­i­tat­ed to help peo­ple in the gym. I love being there for peo­ple like I wish I could have been there for myself.’

He now eats a calculated diet of six small meals a day and as well as doing strength training and cardio every day
He now eats a cal­cu­lat­ed diet of six small meals a day and as well as doing strength train­ing and car­dio every day
His new physique and hard work netted him a job at Ultimate Performance, where Umar now works
His new physique and hard work net­ted him a job at Ulti­mate Per­for­mance, where Umar now works
Even though he has transformed his body and now wears a size 3XL, the personal trainer still struggles with his image and believes he is much bigger than he actually is
Even though he has trans­formed his body and now wears a size 3XL, the per­son­al train­er still strug­gles with his image and believes he is much big­ger than he actu­al­ly is

Umar’s diet before

7000 calo­ries a day

70 slices of toast a week

56 eggs every week

Umar’s diet after

3000 calo­ries a day

Six high pro­tein meals a day

Dai­ly weight and car­dio train­ing

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