Ryan Preuss

Name: Ryan Preuss
Age: 29
Height: 192cm
Lives: Brisbane
Status: Single
Children: No
Occupation: Sales representative at a call centre
Quote: “I have the drive to keep pushing to make it to the end.”
Ryan’s mother is worried he is on the brink of death and this scares him, he knows he has to take control of his life.
Ryan is tired of being judged by the public, he wants to be able to play in the park with his friends and their children and enjoy being oudoors. He would like to meet his soul mate and start a family of his own.
Ryan would also like to travel overseas.
Ryan has broken the world record by becoming the largest contestant to take part in The Biggest Loser!
Ryan admits to being lazy and would love nothing more than to be able to play sports and do everything with his friends that he is currently missing out on. He is determined to lose the weight and get his life back.
Ryan has been judged most of his life due to his weight and uses humour to mask his weight issues. He once lost 65 kilograms when a student asked him why has was so fat, but due to laziness and poor diet his weight spiralled to an uncontrollable size
.For Ryan, the best part about being a contestant is the chance to change his life for good and get healthy. His is embracing the changes he is yet to face and looks forward to being confident and happy on the inside. “I want to gain self-esteem, respect for myself and more energy.”

Ryan is preparing himself for the journey by keeping an open mind and knowing her has a great support testing.

My reason for applying for The Biggest Loser:
To lose weight and regain my life.
I first realised I was overweight and need help when:
I couldn’t do everything my friends could do.
I hope to lose weight but gain:
Self-esteem, respect for myself, more energy.
A past contestant I’ve found inspiring is:
Sam – he came in, worked hard and did what he was told. He played he game without cheating, lieing or anything like that.
The best part of being on The Biggest Loser is:
The chance to change my life for good.
I am preparing myself for this journey by:
Keeping an open mind and knowing I have a great support network.
I think the most difficult part of being on The Biggest Loser will be:
Being away from my support network and my phone.
My biggest weakness is:
Some bad habits I would like to get rid of are:
Being judgemental about others without getting to know them. And learning to eat the right foods at the right times.
The one thing I want Australia to know about me is:
I’m a great person when you get to know me.
I think I will win The Biggest Loser because:
I have the drive to keep pushing to the end.
One thing I have never done because I was overweight I will do once I lose the weight is:
Travel overseas.