Laura Hamilton, 38, from Kent, is the A Place in the Sun presenter and many will recognise her from their TV screens. She is admired by many for her lithe and healthy figure.
Recently she shared her Cardio Blast Workout on Instagram. The presenter squatted and and performed lunges in the exhausting looking workout.
She has posted pictures of herself working out in the gym with kettlebells.
Kettle bell swings are a great exercise for glutes and legs, as well as ramping up the heart rate.
In the past Laura has shed a whopping five stone, very impressive.
What is Laura’s diet plan?
“I cut out a lot of sugar and carbs and since then I’ve tried to stick to a low sugar diet,” Laura told YourHealthyLiving.co.uk.
In the past Laura has discussed her fitness regimen with Express.co.uk.
She said: “It’s so hard trying to balance it all as a working mum and I find if I book regular classes or gym sessions in, I find I stick to it just as I would a work appointment.”
The presenter went on: “If you don’t have access to a gym you can find some great workout ideas online.
“A thirty minute workout at home when the children are in bed is something I might do if I haven’t managed to work out during the day.”
Another fitness tip from the presenter is to wear a fitness watch.
Laura said: “I use a FitBit…I always love to monitor my heart rate and sleep patterns.”
Another A Place in the Sun presenter has lost a lot of weight too.
Jasmine Harman’s weight loss saw the daytime TV star shed two stone in three months.
She documented her weight loss on her Instagram account.
She wrote in February: “Can you spot the difference? One was in August, and one is now!”
Jasmine lost weight by going vegan.
She said: “I’ve lost over 20lbs since I began exercising again 5 months ago, along with eating more whole #vegan foods and less junk, smaller portions, less alcohol, fewer snacks like crisps and biscuits, and definitely a lot less bread.
“I feel great and I’m sticking with it, slowly but surely getting to my goal.”
Weight loss diet tips could be helpful in the run up to Christmas before many indulge over the festive period.
Adding a number of foods to your diet could help you optimise your health and burn fat.
High protein foods help to keep the metabolism firing on all cylinders and keep dieters fuller for longer.
Eggs, kidney beans and cottage cheese are all good option to up protein intake.