Young, 22, with only five years of life, turns your body in 12 weeks


A 22-year-old man from Cornwall, who may be only five years old, transformed his body while fighting an evil brain tumor.

Ollie Jowett of St Austell now has a physique that can be compared to the bodybuilder after he embarked on a 12-week fitness program that involved intense exercise and strict diet while battling brain cancer.

He managed to lose 10 kg and build muscles, although his health was sometimes so bad, he could not climb the stairs.

Ollie initially wanted to find work as a personal trainer in his hometown, however, he left his life in Cornwall behind after he was offered a job in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

His life was turned upside down only a few months after moving when he was diagnosed with brain cancer, Cornwall Live reported.

Ollie embarked on his transformation journey 12 weeks ago

Ollie said: "It was a bit shocking to say the least.

"There is only so much crying that you can do.I was 100% from the beginning that I would turn a negative into a positive.Life did not stop.I do not feel sorry for myself because everyone has problems with which they have to deal.

"As a personal trainer, I know how hard it is for people to lose weight and the excuses people make up – lack of motivation, lack of time, lack of willpower.

"I wanted to use my illness to inspire people and put myself in the best shape of my life."

Cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiotherapy "are not really options" according to Ollie, because "they are so risky."

Ollie wants to inspire people to strive

His health deteriorated in late 2017 and he struggled to work long hours, so he had to reduce the number of clients he worked with.

Ollie then made the decision to start publicly sharing his journey to raise awareness of how life is with cancer, so he created an Instagram account called Project Beat Cancer.

Since his diagnosis, Ollie has focused on becoming healthier by exercising and eating a nutrient-rich diet to help his body fight cancer.

12 weeks ago, Ollie decided to start an online body-transformation scheme known as Ultimate Performance in an attempt to inspire his clients to strive.

Ollie is amazing before and after photos

He said, "The 12-week transformation was the most difficult process of my life. To be honest, there was not a day when I did not think about quitting.

"Trying to find the energy just to train and try to find the energy just to work is horrible.

"But despite my health being the problem, it was my health that was my motivation in the first place. I had to constantly keep reminding myself of this when I wanted to give up.

"It was not just to get a six-pack, that was not the purpose, it was to come to an end so that I could inspire others with my story."

The 22-year-old can only have five years to live

Ollie said there were "ups and downs" throughout the program – and some days were completely "impossible" when his symptoms were at their worst.

However, the guidance and support of your coach helped push you through the hardest points.

He added, "Some days I would feel too weak to even climb a flight of stairs. It can get so bad. Even walking to the store can be difficult, let alone do 15,000 steps.

"I would just do what I could do and that was the commitment I had with myself and with my coach Umar and with that process.

"The training was difficult. It will not be easy. If you want to get into the best shape of your life, it will not be a walk in the park.

"There were a few days with my cancer that I was sick and I just told him that I was not able to train, or I spent all day in bed because I'm very sick. He was completely understanding and understanding about it. "

While he is pleased to have improved his body, Ollie says the most important benefits of the fitness regime is that he is now stronger "mentally, physically, and emotionally."

He said, "Looks good does not hurt either. It does a few things for Tinder's tastes, anyway.

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