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Women’s rugby’s Heather Fisher undergoes amazing Alopecia transformation

Heather Fisher is a rugby union player who has represented England in a number of World Cups since 2009. She was part of England’s World Cup winning team in 2014.

The team won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award for ‘Team of the Year’. Prior to her international rugby success, Heather also represented Great Britain in the bobsleigh.

“My journey with alopecia started when I was a teenager. I developed a couple of small patches. As a teenager growing up it didn’t really bother me too much as apart from the few patches, I also had a lot of thick hair. I never even saw a doctor. “

Fisher is now an ambassador for Alopecia UK. However, she underwent an emotional transformation.


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2. Ellie Boatman 

Richmond winger Ellie has transformed her body and will help you do the same. From meal ideas to workout tips, she has everything covered. Ellie also happens to have the most impressive collection of gymwear in the history of gymwear, bringing her Instagram game to a new level.

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Hi this is me looking rather muddy playing the sport I love👋🏻 - Cannot wait to be back on the pitch this weekend it has felt like a very long time since I last played.. and then I will be having another break as I travel to South Africa on Sunday! - This morning I overheard a conversation that made me realise a lot of people still believe the only way to exercise for health or for aesthetics is to go to the gym - The gym is a great place for achieving goals but it’s not everyone’s favourite place, it’s not where you have to go to exercise. I enjoy a mix of strength training and sport.. I love the way rugby makes me feel and I know for many people their sport makes them feel the same - Maybe in 2020 try a 5 a side football game or some swimming.. you’ll be shocked how quickly an hour of exercise goes and how much you may enjoy it🤗 - - - #fitnessmotivation #positivity #motivation #fitness #gym #sport #exercise #health #athlete #womeninsport #justdoit #igfitness #fitspo

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Today’s tough session! - The reason I am training quite hard at the moment is because over the next 2 months I’m travelling to three different countries for work and also my own holiday! Next weekend I will be going to South Africa for 10 days in the middle of my season which is not ideal. - I am going to try and document my time away as much as possible to show you that you can train with a sporadic routine, it’s just about planning ahead and working smarter! - Not complaining at all as I’m extremely blessed to be going to South Africa with my work, also working the six nations in France in February and booked myself a week to Bali too in feb.. the focus will be on keeping my conditioning up as I’m not sure where will have a gym and weights! - Time to think outside the box 😁 it’s really important for me to keep fit during my travels as I’m still in the middle of my season but looking forward to the challenge👊🏻 - - - #gym #gymmotivation #athlete #health #happiness #nutrition #healthylifestyle #motivation #fitness #fit #redjanuary #positivity #conditioning #igfitness

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3. Charlotte Caslick

No women’s rugby round-up would be complete without Charlotte Caslick. She’s not only one of the best players in the world, but she’s publicly engaged and hilariously active on social media.


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4. Georgia Page

If you don’t know Georgia, she went viral in a video. This one…



She’s now become a hit on Instagram with over 50k followers and is often keeping us amused with her bubbly attitude and of course, her love of rugby. She also now a qualified Doctor!



5. Angela Elena

This body confident Swiss international has swagger, banter and serious style.



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