Celebrity trainer Tiffiny Hall cries over pregnancy weight comments

Former Biggest Loser coach Tiffiny Hall has revealed the harsh comments she receives from men about her body.

Fitness star Tiffiny Hall has opened up about some of the cruel comments she receives from men about her weight.

The 37-year-old personal trainer who is expecting her second child with comedian husband Ed Kavalee spoke about the incident on FM’s 2 Days breakfast radio show – Hughesy, Ed & Erin – on Wednesday.

He told listeners that two men recently told him he looked “big” when he and Ed were walking down the street and how another man told him he “must have been expecting a girl because she stole your look”.

“People just think that when you’re pregnant they can tell you whatever they want,” Tiff said on the show.

“It’s hurting my feelings and it’s getting too much especially because I still have seven weeks to go. And everybody was like, ‘Oh my God, you’re bound to explode, you’re big, you’re so big, you have to have three in there’.”

Ed, 42, also taken aback by the comments, chimed in by saying: “We had two men in public saying – while I was standing there – to my wife, ‘You’re great. You are so big’. ”

Tiff said they would follow up with “it must be girls because girls steal your look and it sounds like you’re struggling”.

Co-host Erin Molan in disbelief repeatedly said, “Are you kidding me?” to which Ed added: “A man in a cafe said to my wife, ‘You must have a girl because she stole your look. My wife, she has three daughters and all she has is a little basketball. But you’re so big’.”

Tiff was pulled back by the stranger’s comments and scolded her husband for not saying anything in response.

“Ed didn’t do the Will Smith act at all,” he said of the cafe incident.

“You didn’t do anything, Ed. I was dying, I actually cried after that. I got in the car and I was crying.”

Tiff and Ed, who have a son, Arnold, 4, revealed the news they were expecting their second child in an Instagram post last December.

“Dreams come true. Baby Kavalee is coming in 2022,” Tiff wrote.

In an exclusive interview with news.com.au last year, Biggest Loser Bintang opened up about his health problems after being diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and POTS.

It forced him to take a step back from training, limiting his sessions to just 10 minutes a day. “Mental health is very important and I make sure I talk to my psychologist every Thursday because I have to work hard on my mental health. in dealing with this disease,” he said in August.

“My body has changed, I have no muscle and my size has increased and that has never happened to me. Even after having Arnold.

“I gained 30kg during my pregnancy but lost it – so this is very different for me. I’m breathless just going up the stairs now. ”

Tiff, who is the founder of the TXO LIFE (formerly TIFFXO) health and wellness program, said

seeking a diagnosis of depression triggers.

“It was the biggest mental health challenge I’ve ever been through,” he said. “It was scary and it was a low point for me.”

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) is a disease characterized by extreme fatigue, sleep disturbances and, in some cases, pain.

POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) is a disease that affects blood flow to the upper body, with symptoms including dizziness, fainting, and a fast heart rate.

Tiff decided to open up about her personal health battle in the hopes that it would motivate others to seek help if they needed it.

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