Love Island’s Zach Noble reveals incredible body transformation just weeks after leaving the villa | The Sun

LOVE Island star Zach Noble has shown off his incredible body transformation six weeks after leaving the villa.

The 26-year-old is in the shape of his life after throwing himself into gruelling gym sessions.

He revealed the results of his labour on Instagram with a series of posts in a vest top.

Zach's arms and shoulders looked pumped up and much bigger and toned than his time in the villa.

The reality star recently admitted he struggled with his mental health on the show which had an impact on his physical appearance.

He told FUBAR Radio’s Access All Areas: “I feel like I struggled a little bit with my mental health while I was in there because I'm one of those people that if I can't train or eat a certain way, my body reflects it.


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“Not being able to do that usual routine, I felt myself letting myself go slowly. I came out to a lot of lovely comments, but a lot of the hate I also received was about my body and how I looked. 

“I'm not one of those people with that genetic gift of being able to eat what I want and always look good. I need a certain routine. How I look is literally a reflection of my lifestyle.”

Zach, who is in a relationship with co-star Molly Marsh, admitted he was “shocked” by just how bad the body-shaming was.

He continued: “The whole body-shaming thing has really shocked me, how much it's come up. It's crazy. I feel like when you body shame women for example, its shunned, you can't ever do it, it's terrible. 

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“I completely agree, you should never body shame anyone. But when it comes to men, it's almost comical, it's a joke. It's banter. 

“I feel like a lot of problems with men's mental health is we'll read a comment but we're not going to talk to anyone about it. I think that's the issue as well. 

“People don't want to talk because we're now admitting embarrassment. I don't deal with hate, I'm thick skinned, it fuels me.”

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