FTR’s Dax Harwood Opens Up About Past Struggles With Bulimia
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FTR’s Dax Harwood recently opened up on social media about his past struggles with bulimia and shared how he was able to get on the right track.
Harwood posted the following to his Instagram account, revealing he used to struggle with the eating disorder before he was able to get help and back on a healthier path.
Getting real for a second, I’ve always struggled with my weight. At one time, I was actually bulimic. My highest weight was 282lbs, which on a 5’10” frame is not very “attractive”; nor healthy. I’ve tried every diet, but they rarely worked because I’m so afraid of food. I was scared of going backwards.
With the help of my friend @ferlanbaileyifbbpro, he’s put me on a healthier path and continues to guide me along even when I question him.
More than a coach, he’s a great human being. If you have dietary or workout needs, this is the guy for you! Thank you Ferlan, for all your help.
Now all you Internet fans can go back to talking about my dad bod and loose skin!
FTR was one of the teams initially scheduled for the Beach Break Tag Team Battle Royale, but they were (storyline) suspended for attacking Jurassic Express. FTR was most recently seen on AEW Dynamite last week, as they still made an on-air appearance and “kidnapped” Marko Stunt despite the suspension being in effect.
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An estimated 10 million women and 1 million men struggle with eating disorders every day, according to the National Eating Disorder Association estimates. If you want to learn more or seek help for yourself, visit the NEDA website at this link.