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Congratulations on your participation in the WeightWatchers Healthy Life Awards  - you are truly an inspiration!
Check out the before, during and after photos below. 

Aquariums To Go's very own Lou Kent has been on a weight loss and healthy lifestyle journey for nearly two years.  Lou has lost over 52% of her body weight and has participated 25 events including fun runs, ocean swims and triathlons.  Being fit and healthy means that Lou can now do all the things she used to dream about, including skydiving, abseiling and climbing both the Story Bridge in Brisbane and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. 

The Half Ironman Triathlon was a huge challenge, starting out with a 1.9km ocean swim, 90km bike ride and 21.1 km run.  Yes, that is a half marathon after all that swimming and cycling!  Lou trained hard with support from a proffesional triathlon coach. 

Her diet has gone from watching what she eats for weight loss to making sure she eats enough of the right foods for her training and exercise. 

One of Lou's first Fun Runs, June 2009
Lou's first triathalon, November 2009
Lou competed in here first half marathon in July 2010. She was interviewed by the race announcer and was featured in the local paper for her achievement PLUS she meet Steve Monaghettei!
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Lou, just about to start the Gold Coast Triathalon - it was COLD!
But there is time for fun too... Lou says "Now that I'm fit & healthy I do all sorts of fun things!"
Abseiling, August 2010
Tandem Skydive, July 2009
Story Bridge Adventure Climb, April 2010
Sydney Harbour Brisge Climb, November 2009
Australia Day, 2010
Congratulations on completing your first
HALF IRONMAN event, Oct 2010
This August our very own Lou Kent will ride 200km in the Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer to raise money for Cancer Research for the Queensland Institute of Medical Research.
Statistics are that 1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with Cancer in their lifetime. 
Find out more about Lou's ride and inspiration here.
Please donate, this ride and every donation will move us closer to a cancer-free tomorrow.