Man Losses Over 120kg in Four Years After Changing Jobs to Become a Food Delivery Rider
A man found a creative way of losing weight while earning some extra cash. 37-year-old Riz a former chef loved to eat fast food, and eventually ended up weighing over 200kg.
An avid cyclist, Riz decided to quit his job as a chef, to become a food delivery rider to help him lose weight.
In the four years since he became a food delivery rider, Riz has lost over 120kg, dropping his weight down from 200kg to just 74kg.
According to Riz, he has struggled with weight issues all his life, and was often called “little fatty”. His weight ballooned after he found a job as a chef at an Italian restaurant. This got worse after he left his job as a chef, and was idling away at home and binging on food.
While he first started cycling in neighbourhood parks, Riz later decided to become a food delivery rider, which allowed him to cycle all over Singapore and earn some money.
When Riz first started out, he struggled to cycle even 40km a day, but he now averages 80km daily, five days a week without breaking a sweat.
Apart from cycling, Riz also adopted a Keto diet, consisting of mostly protein, and cutting down on high calorie, high carbohydrate food.
Admittedly, Riz says that he is still tempted by durians, and often has cheat meals with durians during the durian season.Editor's Note: Do you have a story to share? Please use our Submission Form or email us.
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