Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

See What “The Biggest Loser” From 2008 Looks Like Now!

Sam admits that he was always plus-sized, even in his younger days before he went on the show.

As a child, he struggled like most kids with being teased. This gave him a complex, which anyone would have when being bullied. But this allowed him to really go for a change by the time he was 19. It's safe to say that the "Biggest Loser" was a real game changer.

Looking back at who Sam was, you can tell that he was emotionally ready for a huge change.

The muscular man that Sam became was always lying dormant inside of his 19-year-old self. He probably never imagined that he'd wind up going from 154 kilos all the way down to 83 kilos in just 12 weeks on the show.

Looking back at who Sam was, you can tell that he was emotionally ready for a huge change.

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Here's Sam at 19, shortly before he went on the "The Biggest Loser," and he has a lot to be grateful for.

One thing you always need in order to achieve a shocking transformation like this is emotional support, and Sam admits that he's been fortunate to have that from his family, who are pictured here, and are undoubtedly proud of him.

Here's Sam at 19, shortly before he went on the "The Biggest Loser," and he has a lot to be grateful for.

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Some people who leave the show tend to put the weight back on after a few months, but not Sam.

Sam was motivated to stay fit, and that meant becoming a gym junkie. To keep his weight and health in check, he's led a healthy lifestyle, which includes running and working out with his brother. He even considers himself addicted to working out.

Working out at the gym isn't the only thing that Sam has had to do in order to look amazing.

He also had to give his diet a complete overhaul, and that included introducing leaner meat and more veggies into his diet. He also prepares his meals in advance, so he knows exactly what portions to eat to avoid going overboard.

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