“Hypoxi isn’t cheap but I did see amazing results without even having to sweat so I do recommend it. Also when you are paying so much you are less likely to binge as it would be an extreme waste of money,” she wrote.
For those wondering, a Hypoxi is a low-impact exercise machine that uses vacuums to speed up the weight loss process.
The mother-of-two also needed a little extra motivation to get back into the gym and decided to hire an exercise physiologist.
“I struggled with gyms before this as I lacked motivation to go and there was no one pushing me,” she said.
After losing noticeable centimetres from her size, 51 to be exact, Zoe still wasn’t happy with just fitting in her size 10 jeans. She then decided to join her local gym, and started seeing more results.
“I loved doing classes, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Yoga, Zumba, you name it. I got to 78kg and I was feeling strong and fit.”
Zoe tried a diet plan but eventually became frustrated and hungry with results that weren’t as good as she'd hoped. Finally, after reaching 73kgs, she found stress was also contributing to the scales.
“Removing this pressure I had put on myself of “I can’t eat this and I can’t eat that” had stressed me out big time! I’ve let go of those last few kilos I was so obsessed with.
"I’m happy I got to the size I wanted in clothes and 73kilos on me and 73kilos on someone else can look so completely different," she added.