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Ollie Jowett's physique, from St Austell, can now be compared to body builders after embarking on a 12 week fitness program that included strong exercise and food hard, all of them; struggling with brain cancer.
He got to lose 10kg and he also wore up even though his health was sometimes so bad, he could not go upstairs.
Ollie wanted to work as a personal trainer of his own city, but left his life in Cornwall behind his job in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
His life was turned down just a few months after moving when he was diagnosed with brain cancer, Cornwall Live statements.
Ollie said: "It was something of a bit to say the smallest ones.
"There's just as much caliber you can do. I was 100% from finding out that I would have an adverse effect. Life does not stop. I'm not sorry myself because everyone who needs to deal with it has difficulties. "
"As a personal trainer, I know how hard it is for people to lose weight and the booklets that come from people – the lack of motivation, the lack of time, the lack of power.
"I wanted to use my illness to encourage people as well as getting myself in my best shape."
Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy do not have "real choices" according to Ollie, because they are "so dangerous".
His health was adversely affected by the end of 2017 and was struggling to work long-term hours, so he needed to reduce the number of clients he was working to work.
Ollie then decided to make a decision on his public journey to raise awareness of how a life is like cancer, so he established an Instagram account called Project Beat Cancer.
Since it was confirmed, Ollie has been getting healthier by doing it; Use and eat rich bacteria to help his body with cancer.
12-weeks ago Ollie decided to start an online corporation transformation scheme known as Final Performance in & # 39; Try to encourage its clients to motivate themselves.
He said: "Transforming 12 weeks is the most difficult way of my life. To be honest, there was no day I was thinking about giving up. No doubt, he broke me.
"It's trying to find the energy just for training and try to find the energy just going to work.
"But despite my health being a problem, it was my health and it was my motivation in the first place. I had to Keeping my memory when I wanted to give it.
"It's not just a pack of six he got. That's not the reason. It's the reason to come to the border until the b & I can inspire others by my story. "
Ollie said "high and high" was over the program – and some days were totally "impossible" when their marks were at the worst.
But the training and support of his training helped him through the most difficult points.
He said: "Some days of feeling are too weak to walk even steps. This can be done badly. Even going to the shop can be difficult, not to Make 15,000 degrees.
"I would just do what I could do and that's my own commitment and the Task of my trainer and this process.
"Training was hard. It's not easy to go. If you want to get into the best shape of your life, it's not a walk in the park.
"There were a few days with my cancer where I was ill and I told him I was not able to train, or I've been in bed all day because I've been very ill. be fully motivating and an understanding of that. "
Although he is happy to develop his body, Ollie describes the most important benefits of his body; at the health system. It is now stronger "in mind, both physically and emotionally."
He said: "It's not really good to hurt it either. He does some things for the Tinder, at least."