Jose Enrique shows off amazing body transformation as Newcastle hero and tumour survivor reveals new lockdown regime



Posted Saturday, June 20, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

FORMER Newcastle and Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has revealed a stunning body transformation under lockdown.

Posting before and after photographs to his Instagram, the 34-year-old brain tumour survivor urged his followers that a "few positive changes" can make a big difference.

Jose Enrique shows off amazing body transformation as Newcastle hero and tumour survivor reveals new lockdown regime
Enrique revealed an impressive body transformation

A slimmed-down frame and the makings of a six-pack are the clear benefits of the Spaniard's efforts.

Enrique wrote on Instagram: "What a difference a few positive changes can make!

"I only started with my daily workouts and adding various Herbalife products alongside my diet a short time ago.

"This has included a daily power walk and a small hit session in the afternoon, but what I strongly want to encourage with this is for you guys to start introducing movement into your lives, even if it's just a few times a week through getting them steps in, light jogging, hit or yoga sessions, everything counts!

"If you start moving more alongside a healthy balanced diet then you will see changes very quickly just as I am starting to!"

After retiring at a relatively young age due to knee injuries, Enrique underwent surgery on a brain tumour in 2018.

And he recently opened up on the difficulties he has faced since hanging up his boots.

Having left the "bubble" that footballers live in, the ex-left-back was faced with having to find a new career and turned to life as a football agent.

Enrique told Tribuna: "I lived in a bubble.

"You do what you love, get paid well, receive so much attention, everyone treats you so good wherever you go. And then, all of a sudden, it stops.

"Now my partner tells me, ‘Jose, go and clean the s*** off the car’. And I go and clean it.

"I used to do it anyway but as a footballer, you have your cleaners, it’s a completely different life. When it all stops, the bubble just bursts."

Jose Enrique shows off amazing body transformation as Newcastle hero and tumour survivor reveals new lockdown regime
Jose Enrique spent four years at Newcastle before a £7m move to Liverpool

He added: "What do I want? Do I want to be on holiday for the rest of my life? No, I don’t.

"You want to be something as a human being. You want to work, you want to do something that makes you feel proud of yourself. I feel proud being an agent.

"Humans need to work, you can’t be on holidays all the time. It’s very important to have a plan before you retire."



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