'My life is the best it's been in a long time': New season of My Big Fat Fabulous Life sees 380lb star finishing a 5k run and riding a bike for the first time in years Whitney Thore, 30, gained fame in 2014 after a video of her dancing racked up millions of views on YouTube She gained 200 pounds after being diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome, which also makes weight loss very difficult The North Carolina native talks living situations and fitness struggles in the season two preview of her TLC reality show The new season of Whitney Thore's My Big Fat Fabulous Life is being billed as 'bigger, better, and fuller than ever', and if the newest sneak peek proves that description is more than accurate. The 380lb reality star, who shot to fame 2014 when a YouTube video showing her dancing went viral, will be facing some of her biggest challenges yet in the upcoming second season of the TLC show - including running a 5k race, getting back on the bicycle and even putting on a dance performance at a baseball game. The 30-year-old North Carolina native also revealed that she is moving out of her parents’ house and looking to get back into the dating world in the new 22-episode season, which premieres on September 9. Scroll down for video Back on screen: Whitney Thore, 30, tackles a myriad of new challenges on the new season of TLC's My Big Fat Fabulous Life Big changes: Whitney moves in with her friend - and former flame - Buddy in the new series Keeping active: Whitney first gained fame after a video of her dancing went viral on YouTube in 2014 'Moving out of my parents' house is closing one chapter and starting another,' reveals Whitney in the new season preview, adding that her 'life is the best it's been in a long time.' But things are likely to get even more complicated for Whitney, as it’s revealed that she will be moving in with her friend, and former flame, Buddy. 'There's going to be a lot of temptation in that house!' teases Whitney's friend Tal in the preview, before Whitney is seen joining Buddy on the couch for a snuggle. Love is apparently on the horizon for Whitney, as TLC reveals that she will fall for a 'fellow artist' during the season, but the question is: Will all the excitement hurt her long-term health goals? The show will also cover Whitney's increasingly-successful Big Girl Dance Class, as well as her No Body Shame Campaign - the former of which sees her perform in front of a huge crowd at a Greensboro Grasshopper baseball game. The season seems to be packed with drama over Whitney’s weight, which she has been battling since a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome that saw her gain 200 pounds, and makes weight loss more difficult. But the star certainly doesn't sit back and let her problems continue without a fight - especially after being diagnosed with pre-diabetes in the first season of the show. At one point, Whitney is seen taking on a 5k run for a charity supporting wild African penguins. Drama: Whitney, who gained 200 pounds after being diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome, chronicles her struggles with weight loss in the show A hard road: Whitney takes on a 5k in the new season, but it proves to be anything but an easy task 'The arches of my feet have never hurt as bad - I'm pretty certain I'm going to fail,' says Whitney in a voiceover just as she's seen halting her gait in order to begin dry heaving in the middle of the road. Whitney also appears to struggle in a personal training session, throwing a jump rope to the floor despite the trainer's encouraging words. In another scene, however, she seems to be successfully cycling alongside Buddy through a park. And the season promises to be packed with emotion as it follows Whitney's journey to healthier living. At one point, Whitney is seen in the preview weeping over her hunger, and at another point eating from a bucket of ice cream in the driver's seat of her car. 'I just want to be a normal person who got to decide what she wanted to eat!' a tearful Whitney laments to the camera at one point.