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Monday, 31 December 2012
MUM HULA HOOPS OFF 11 STONE IN WEIGHT IN AMAZING PLAYGROUND DIET
Massive mum Jen Moore went round in circles trying to lose weight… and it worked! After ballooning to a whopping 21 stone, the desperate 31-year-old dumped her diets and decided to twist her unsightly flab away… with the help of a £5 hula hoop. She spent three hours every day for 12 months playing the ages-old childhood game of keeping the hoop whirling around her hips. And now mother-of-three Jen’s hooping with joy after losing an astonishing 11 STONE. “After dieting all my life, it feels amazing to have lost so much weight while doing something so fun – just wiggling my hips,” she said. “Now I’m a healthier, slimmer, yummy mummy!”
Her husband Keith, 33 – who was also 21 stone – was so amazed when the weight started dropping off Jen that he joined in too and is now nearly half the man he used to be.
And Jen has launched her own hula school to teach others her amazing way to lose weight. She revealed she had always been overweight. But her new svelte look seemed an impossibility when she hit size 30 after her wedding as she and Keith became morbidly obese in a lifestyle of junk food and no exercise. “We had unhealthy eating habits and ate because we were bored. We ate mindlessly, and we ate whatever, whenever,” said Jen.
The heartbreak of having a stillborn daughter only made things worse. “I was the queen of yo-yo dieting. Nothing ever worked,” Jen said. But the breaking point came when she took her daughter Mairi along to an amusement park and was asked to get off a ride because the safety bar wouldn’t fit over her stomach. “It was so humiliating,” said 5ft 5in tall Jen. “Then I led my daughter to another ride only to be called a ‘fat cow’ by the teenage ferris wheel operator. “I decided enough was enough.” Jen booked a hula hoop lesson to learn the technique, then began practising in her local park in New York. “I would find a quiet corner to train while the guys played football and sniggered,” she recalled.
It took her two weeks to master spinning the hoop around her bulging belly, but from day one she felt a tremendous difference in her core strength, confidence and energy.
Her early weight loss was so amazing it persuaded her sceptical hubby to join in. Within three months they were doing tricks together, using multiple hoops – and had lost six stone each. Jen said: “There was a little bit of friendly competition between us over who could lose the most weight. It’s been great for our relationship.”
The reinvigorated couple also changed some of their eating habits swapping full-fat lattes and bars of chocolate for skinny Frappuccinos and grapes.
Previously-unemployed Jen now runs Roc City Hoopdance, while Keith is catching her up as a personal trainer. “We’ve got about 50 hoops now – kids’ hoops, adult hoops, pregnancy hoops, mini hand-hoops,” said Jen, who juggles her job around raising seven-year-old Mairi, and sons Elijah, three, and newborn Lachlan. “Keith’s got a fire-hoop but my favourite is my LED hoop. It lights up,” she laughs.
And hula-hooping – an increasingly popular way to lose weight among celebs, with Beyonce, Kelly Brook and Myleene Klass all fans – has certainly lit up Jen’s life. “The best thing has been going back to that fair and fitting into the ride with ease,” she said. “I’m finally the woman I was meant to be.”