He lost 300 pounds through diet and exercise — now Ryan ‘Mac’ McDonald is racing after his dream
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Loved ones urged him to change his ways and occasionally he would try. After friends bought him a gym membership for his 25th birthday he went for a walk on the treadmillonly to see smoke rising from the machine after two minutes. “I was then an almost 450-pound guy. The treadmill just wasn’t built for me. But I used that as an excuse to stop trying,” Mac recalled. He kept gaining, and eventually tipped the scale at 530 lbs.