Stephen A. Smith started his weight loss journey after he was diagnosed as pre-diabetic. His blood pressure dropped from 6.3 to 5.3, which inspired many of his fans, and lately, he has been a role model for people. He cut down on sugar and started eating healthy to lose weight.
Stephen A. Smith is an American sports television personality, sports radio host, and sports journalist. He began his career with the Winston-Salem Journal, the Greensboro News and Record, and the New York Daily News. Recently, he has been in the news after expressing his thoughts about the 49ers.
The 49ers are a professional American football team in the San Francisco Bay Area. After San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy got injured, people have been apprehensive about him. Well, recently, the news of Purdy's comeback has been in the headlines, but it's not clear yet if he will be back in the next game or not. Stephen has also discussed this matter, explaining why he isn't worried about the 49ers if they have to play without Brock Purdy.
On the other hand, many people seem curious about Smith's personal life. In this article, we will be talking about his weight loss journey, diet, and exercise routine. To know how much weight he has shed, read this article.
Stephen A. Smith’s Incredible Weight Loss & Road to Live a Healthy Life!
Many people seem to be impressed by Stephen A. Smith's (@stephenasmith) weight loss. His transformation surprised his fans, and he looks like a different person now. He started focusing on his health and weight after he was diagnosed as pre-diabetic. He started eating carrots on the first take set after a secret bet.
Stephen has been very concerned about his weight since the beginning of his career. Recently, he shocked his fans with his weight loss when he shed 32 pounds with six brutal workouts a week. It looks like the host has committed to fitness this year.
Stephen A. Smith looks healthy and fit after weight loss.
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A few months ago, Smith admitted to having shed some weight, but he was trolled by his fans, who thought that he was gaining weight. On August 20, 2023, when Stephen was trolled and accused of gaining some weight, he didn't talk about it, but later, after a week, he took the criticism seriously and worked on his body.
Stephen A. Smith Is Diagnosed With Diabetes!
During an interview, Stephen A. Smith talked about being diagnosed as pre-diabetic in early 2023, and being pre-diabetic was the main reason he started to focus on his weight loss. He claimed that in a few months of knowing the truth, he had lost 23 pounds.
Stephen A. Smith's blood pressure dropped from 6.3 to 5.3.
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Continuing the interview, the American sports host also talked about his weight loss training regime and said that he has been on a mission for the last several months and has lost 32 pounds in total. He was on the verge of being diabetic, and his blood pressure dropped from 6.3 to 5.3. He also mentioned that he had no intention of playing around in the summer because it was his mission to be fit and stated;
If I wasn't lifting weights, I was boxing. If I wasn't doing that I was doing pilates. If I wasn't doing that I was at the chiropractor. I'm doing what I gotta do.
Well, it looks like Stephen has been trying very hard to maintain his health and physical appearance. We must say he has inspired and impressed with his transformation and if we compare his before and after pictures, there is a huge difference. While many people appreciate his hard work, some people think that the whole weight loss journey was just for a bet. Did he bet with anyone?
What Kind of Food Did Stephen A. Smith Eat for His Weight Loss?
Stephen A. Smith admitted that he had a bet with somebody for big bucks to lose weight. He also said that if he is given another six weeks, he will lose 22 or 23 pounds.
Although he was a sugar addict, he left everything behind and started a very strict routine to be healthy. He mentioned having a green smoothie drink daily and said;
I always get my green smoothie drinks, I drink that every day because I just love it, it’s healthy. The only plague I have health-wise is I do have bad cholesterol because I will cheat with my fried foods and, unfortunately, I’m a sugar addict. I love my sweets. My Nestle crunch-a-bunch and my Swedish fish are my vices now that I’ve gotten away from the crunchberries.That’s a problem. I’m trying to fix that though.