Obese: A Year to Save My Life
FAT: A YEar to Save My Life
A brand new documentary series, Fat: The Fight Of My Life, will see ten inspirational individuals taking a journey full of highs and lows in their own battle to lose weight. With the help Jessie Pavelka and local personal trainers they will be there as a mentor and weight loss expert, alongside a team of specialist clinicians, to monitor their progress throughout the year. But this is no quick fix solution. Filmed over the course of a year, the show will reveal an intimate and compelling portrait of their lives, as they struggle to follow a strictly orchestrated weight loss program of diet and exercise.
As Jessie Pavelka told us: ‘They’re taking on the challenge of a lifetime, to regain their lives. This is life happening – the good, the bad and the ugly – and that’s what I love about the show. I think people can watch it and say ‘I can do that’. To me, that’s what makes this show so great.’
This may be the toughest battle that these contestants will face in their lives – but winning will change everything.
Valentine Rawat worked hands-on with Sarah Le Brocq in 2012. The training regime was tough and gruelling. 5 am starts and 2 hours a day 5 days a week. A complete overhaul of her eating patterns all this was addressed step by step in order to achieve the results. The training still continues.