To start at the beginning: Tyler Reks is now called Gabbi Tuft. Her 127 kilogram body with six percent body fat is also gone, reports “The New Yorker”.
Unlike most people, Tuft struggled for years to become fatter and chubby. Today she is a slim, fit woman. But three years ago she was a slim, fit man – in her opinion, too skinny and muscular for an ideal woman.
Tuft pursued muscle loss just as systematically as he had previously pursued muscle building
Of course, Tuft would have taken medication to achieve her new body ideal, reports “Insider”. But that wouldn’t have been enough.
It is a “misunderstanding” that hormone replacement therapies rapidly reduce muscle mass. Tuft says she spent two years researching the female body, reading textbooks and developing a workout and diet plan to become who she is today.
Today, Tuft works as a personal coach for women and trans women
Since she has now gotten over her “ugly duckling phase,” she doesn’t want to waste the know-how she has gained, Tuft tells “Insider.”
She knows that she can “help other people” because she has “learned so much through trial and error.”
Finding customers shouldn’t be difficult for Tuft: More than 150,000 fans followed her transformation on Instagram for two years.