JAMES ‘Arg’ Argent looked slimmer than he has for ages after getting back at the gym ten weeks after having surgery.
James Argent, 33, took to his Instagram stories to show-off his slimmer figure in his workout videos.
Holding weights, James said: “First day back full training full capacity.
“I’m 10 weeks post-surgery. Now it’s time for the next step.”
In videos of him working on his arms, he wrote: “Just started a 3 month programme.”
He sported a loose-fit grey hoodie, a pink t-shirt, navy shorts and optic white trainers.
James couldn’t stop grinning as he grabbed pal Ferne McCann for a kiss in a cute Instagram post on Thursday.
He also danced around in the short video filmed by his former TOWIE co-star.
He re-shared the post on his own Instagram stories and told his fans: “Getting my confidence back.”
The pair have been close friends for years, with Ferne, 30, supporting Arg with his weightloss goals and his split from former girlfriend Gemma Collins.
Ferne has even been seen joining Arg for his training as he prepares to take part in a charity swim.
In June, he will participate in two open water challenges, the John West Great North Swim and the John West Great East Swim.
Arg has set himself a target of losing a massive eight stones after undergoing gastric band surgery which removed 70 per cent of his stomach.
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The reality TV favourite spoke candidly on Steph’s Packed Lunch on how “scary” it felt to have tipped the scales at 27 stone.
Arg shocked fans last year when he ballooned to the weight during lockdown, admitting he swapped his drink and drug addiction for food.
Detailing how he felt prior to the surgery, he told the Channel 4 show host: “It felt horrible, I was always extremely uncomfortable, I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror.
“It felt depressing and it just wasn’t me. Now I’m starting to feel like myself again and I’m excited about what the future is going to bring.”
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