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  1. READ: John Kavanagh praises 27kg weight loss of W2W Dublin competitor

READ: John Kavanagh praises 27kg weight loss of W2W Dublin competitor

For a program that is not designed around weight loss, there is certainly no shortage of incredible physical transformation stories from men and women who have trained with Wimp 2 Warrior! Mark Crabbe is no exception. He has already lost a staggering 27 kilos (60 pounds) since January 2020, as a competitor in Series 6 of Wimp 2 Warrior Dublin, at Straight Blast Gym Ireland. 

When Head Coach John Kavanagh gave a shout out to Mark on his Instagram account, the Irish Mirror picked up the story and wrote a feature to inspire others. Although W2W programs globally are currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, competitors are still staying active and motivated through online training programs, and are more eager than ever to return to the mats once this is over! 

Read the article from the Irish Mirror below:

Man loses 60lbs at John Kavanagh’s Straight Blast Gym after signing up for Wimp 2 Warrior

The MMA coach revealed how Mark Crabbe shed the weight on his Instagram account

A man has lost 60lbs at John Kavanagh’s Straight Blast Gym in a couple of months.

The MMA coach revealed how Mark Crabbe shed the weight on his Instagram account.

Kavanagh, who trains UFC star Conor McGregor, posted: “Want to give a shout out to SBG Warrior @markdub01 who has lost 27kgs (60lbs) in the few months since he signed up at @sbgireland and enrolled in our current season of @wimp2warrior .

“I’ve always said the physical transformations are of course nice but like the exposed part on an iceberg there is a lot more going on underneath what you see. The positive mental changes is what the program is really about.

“We’ve a few tough weeks ahead of us. We must learn to become comfortable in the uncomfortable and seek out and celebrate small victories.

“Stay safe.”

Wimp 2 Warrior is a 20 week MMA training programme which has has exploded in popularity in recent years.

Previously speaking about the programme, Kavanagh said: “My love for this sport and the knowledge of what it can do for regular men and women, especially through the Wimp 2 Warrior program gets me out of bed in the morning.

“It’s a very special program that reminds me constantly why I got into martial arts in the first place.”

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