EastEnders star Rob Kazinsky reveals he has been ‘in and out’ of hospital with multiple health issues
Rob Kazinski revealed that he has been “in and out” of the hospital for the past two months with multiple health issues.
The former EastEnders star, 39, who played Sean Slater in the soap, was hospitalized after three weeks of stomach problems and then suffered another setback when he tested positive for Covid.
Rob said he is back in hospital after slipping a disc and two ribs.
The former soap star is determined to lose weight and after initially announcing his plan to overhaul his lifestyle he said he felt in limbo on his journey due to health issues.
Rob wrote while sharing a topless photo showing off his physique: “So it’s been two months since I posted my initial photo and nothing since.
Breakdown: Rob Kazinski has revealed he has been ‘in and out’ of hospital for the past two months with multiple health issues
“Well, there are very good reasons for that. Injuries and diseases.
“One of the big downsides of getting older is that injuries happen more often and last longer.”
“In my 20s the muscle pulled in two days, now it’s two weeks.
“Over the last two months I’ve been in and out of hospital with various problems, the flu followed by 3 weeks of stomach problems which ended up with me in hospital, and as soon as I recovered from that I got Covid, which hits me like an absolute train every time and he required a chest shave for an EKG and THEN two weeks ago, like the old man that I am, I slipped a disc and two ribs. Hooray.’
Rob said he hasn’t been able to go to the gym, but the changes he’s made to his diet have seen him lose weight.
He added: “Hopefully now we can go ahead and start chopping up this old body.”
“So consider this another starting point, and if like me you’re struggling to get going, keep trying, it doesn’t matter how many times you fail as long as you get up one more time than you fall.”
Last month, Rob said he was on a transformation mission for a mysterious new job.
Rollercoaster ride: The former EastEnders star, 39, who played Sean Slater in the soap, was hospitalized after three weeks of stomach problems and then a slipped disc earlier this month
Fitness update: Rob said he hasn’t been able to hit the gym, but changes he’s made to his diet have seen him lose weight
He shared his shirtless snaps and revealed his current weight before giving an insight into his plans for his fitness journey, insisting he will do it “drug-free” while slamming “fake” miracle solutions.
Rob wrote: ‘Well, let’s go. You’re going to see a lot more activity over the next few months, and that’s the kind of activity and vanity I’ve been steadfastly avoiding.
#Fitness S**t. I will try to avoid as much as possible to beat the shame and general autistic self-destruction and not die of shame.
“Here’s day one, my starting point. I’m 220 pounds, 19.7 percent body fat.
“I’m turning 40 in a few months and one thing I’ve learned is that every day it’s harder to train and recover, I can’t do things like I did in my 20s, so what’s the plan?
He returned in 2019 and 2021 (pictured)” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />
Career: Rob first graced the streets of Walford as Sean Slater in 2006 before leaving EastEnders for the first time in 2006. He returned in 2019 and 2021 (pictured)
“Well, I’ve got a great job waiting for me if the strikes end and I’ve decided to get into superhero shape, no drugs, no PEDs, no help, just a 40-year-old fat jerk making do with what I’ve got.”
“So we’ll start here while I figure this out.” We’ll be doing reviews and updates and hopefully I’ll be able to tell you what it’s for soon.
Rob first graced the streets of Walford as Sean Slater in 2006 before leaving EastEnders for the first time in 2006.
He made a brief return in 2019 where a mental health storyline saw his character consider taking his own life.
His mum’s intervention led to Sean being admitted to a mental health facility, while he vowed to return in time to take his ex-stepdaughter Amy Mitchell to her late mum Roxy’s bar in Ibiza for her 18th birthday.
And he returned to the soap again in 2021, returning to EastEnders again to help Stacey deal with her relationship with Eve Unwin, before another appearance last year.