A normally jacketed Nick Cummins has shown his dizzying weight loss.
The former Rugby player, who was one of three celebrities who passed the strenuous course in SAS Australia at the Channel 7 series final on Tuesday night, told fans that he lost 10 kg in two weeks.
When she shared photos side by side before and after the show, Honey Badger wrote: “Entered SAS ready for battle, leaving SAS looking like a club. Lack of food made the experience several times more difficult, especially when it was chilled. ”
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The 33-year-old, along with radio personality Merrick Watts and AFLW player Sabrina Frederick made it to the final episode of the breakout show and managed to complete the challenge.
Swimmer James Magnussen also completed the course but in a brutal twist he did not officially pass.
It comes when Channel 7 reportedly is inundated with requests from celebrities to join the show next year.
The second season will begin filming in late fall / early winter and will air during the second half of 2021.
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SAS Australia The producers are already deep into the casting process for next year, the spokesman said.
“The names will be blocked sooner rather than later because people need to train hard to be ready for this course,” they told news.com.au.
“Once they have received a training program. Ideally, they need at least three months to get SAS to” fit “in the physical sense, but it is up to the individual to get into the right mindset.”
The show drains incredibly physically and mentally with a number of celebrities who are injured during season one.
The most serious injury was to Cummins, who suffered a nasty cut to his leg.
“The protrusion on Nick’s legs was pretty damn impressive,” said chief medical adviser Dr. Sam Hay New idea. “It was down to the leg, and he was millimeters from a catastrophic injury. But a dozen stitches and daily units made him continue the soldier. ”
Watts cracked two ribs and earlier Biggest loser coach Shannan Ponton had hypothermia twice.