Colin Fassnidge shows off dramatic body transformation: 'So proud'
Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge has wowed his fans on social media after unveiling his dramatic weight loss transformation.
The 48-year-old father-of-two, who recently fronted Channel Seven’s new series Kitchen Nightmares Australia, took to Instagram on Sunday to share the results of his six-month training regime.
He also explained in the caption that he had been training with fitness expert and world-class kickboxing champion Adam Eddine.
“So when I started training with Adam he made me take a photo day one (which I found quite embarrassing looking at it),” he wrote. “Moving forward six months and on the road filming a lot, we still found time for our weekly Colin bashing.
“You meet a few people in life who truly help and motivate you, Adam is one of those people. Still a lot more to do (beer belly!).”
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Adam also shared a post on Instagram saying it’s “been a pleasure” working with Colin and helping him reach his fitness goals.
“We still have so much more work to do,” he added. “Even though it looks like it’s all fun and games, behind the scenes we are keeping it real.”
Colin’s followers quickly took to the comments to applaud his incredible body transformation and share messages of support.
“Well done mate!” Sunrise’s Mark Beretta wrote, followed by Colin’s I’m A Celebrity co-star Robert ‘Dipper’ DiPierdomenico who replied, “How good Col”.
“Great achievement keep up the good work,” another added, while a fourth said, “Good on you Colin, your girls would be so proud of you”.
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“You look wonderful Colin,” someone else shared. “You’ll be in those budgie smugglers at Bondi Beach this summer.”
“With or without a beer belly, you’re hot,” a different user remarked.
Outside the culinary industry, the Dublin-born chef made a name for himself in the Australian entertainment world after he became a judge on My Kitchen Rules in 2013. He went on to appear as a contestant on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2021, and recently hosted Kitchen Nightmares Australia based on the UK and US series starring his former boss Gordon Ramsay.
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