EXTREME WEIGHT LOSS
Ryan Sawlsville's transformation
Tuesday at 8/7c on ABC
RYAN, A FORMER HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYER WHO LOST HIS ARM IN A CAR ACCIDENT, SAYS IT'S MORE DIFFICULT TO WEIGH 410 POUNDS THAN IT IS TO HAVE JUST ONE ARM, ON ABC'S "EXTREME WEIGHT LOSS."
addition to setting his goal weight at 195 lbs., Ryan wants to overcome his fear of riding a bike. A low point during his one-year journey includes a disturbing discovery during a routine medical test; and special moments include surprise visits from Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews and famed wide receiver Donald Driver, on "Extreme Weight Loss," TUESDAY, JUNE 25 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
With Help from Transformation Specialist Chris Powell, One of Ryan's Attempted Milestones Will Be to Conquer His Fear of Riding a Bike.
An Avid Green Bay Packers Fan, Ryan Gets Surprise Visits from Green Bay Packers Linebacker Clay Matthews and Famed Wide Receiver Donald Driver.
"Ryan Sawlsville" - After losing his arm in a car accident, 23-year-old Ryan from Appleton, WI says it is more difficult to weigh 410 pounds than it is to have one arm. In the two years since his accident, Ryan has suffered a lack of self-esteem, dropped out of school and become unemployed. Deep down, he knows he might waste his second chance at life if he can't get to a healthy weight, but he spends most of his time at home and eating fast food. A former high school football player and a devoted Green Bay Packers football fan, Ryan learns that Chris Powell has chosen him to participate in a weight loss journey while visiting Lambeau Field's Packers Hall of Fame. In