A Love Island star from Lanarkshire has confirmed he will return home to join the judging panel at the Scottish Health & Fitness Awards.
Airdrie’s Anton Danyluk shot to fame after appearing on the popular ITV2 show back in 2019, where he was a hit with viewers who loved his down-to-earth approach – and quirky relationship with his mum, Sherie Ann.
Taking to his Instagram stories, the former reality TV star confirmed his return to his home country later this year after permanently moving to Dubai.
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The 27-year-old personal trainer previously revealed last year he was “done” with fame and the celebrity lifestyle, as it didn’t make him happy, and wants to focus more on fitness instead,
Anton, who owns Junk Gym in Dubai and works as an online fitness coach, will return to Scotland to judge the Health and Fitness Awards, which will be held on June 30 at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow.
The Scots reality star will be joined on the judging panel by other big names in the health and fitness industry – Amy Hills, David Hatt, Antonia Healy and Derek Friel.
The full list of categories for the awards show is listed below:
- Gym Of The Year
- Strength Gym Of the Year
- Personal Trainer of the Year – Male
- Personal Trainer of the Year – Female
- Community Award of the Year
- Meal Prep Company of the Year
- Exercise & Health Supplement Supplier of the Year
Last month, Anton spoke out about how issues he faced during childhood pushed him towards a career in the fitness industry.
Anton said: “Basically my story is I was overweight as a kid myself and I went through a lot of issues.
“Then I finally found fitness, it completely changed my life, and from then on I knew I wanted to help others to do the exact same thing.”
“In the last couple of years I got a little bit lost. I’m gonna be honest with you. I got lost in what I was doing and who was I because of obvious reasons.
“Coming back to online coaching on a daily basis has really made me feel better about myself.
“It really has shown me that my purpose in life is really to help others achieve amazing results and really help them be the best versions of themselves.”
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