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I’m a fitness expert – I used to guzzle blue WKD and kebabs, then I became a bikini model… – The Scottish Sun

A HR worker has told how she ditched her diet of blue WKD and kebabs to get her dream bikini body.Carly Taylor, 34, admits her habits were too inconsistent to maintain a healthy lifestyle and that she realised she had to make changes.She tried various diets but found them to be short-term fixes that ended up taking her even further away from her health goals.The final straw came at a Christmas party when a rude man commented “you can tell you enjoy your food” which devastated her.Carly explains: “I was utterly devastated. I wasn't by any means overweight, however the comment coupled with my insecurity and lack of body confidence was extremely hurtful. “It was the catalyst for me to make and sustain a change. “I had no idea what to do or where to start so I found a personal trainer and started to go to them once a week, then I added in circuit training a few times a week and quickly I began to see changes. “When I established the routine of exercise, I quickly went from feeling like I had to go to looking forward to exercising and trying to improve my physical performance as well as appearance. “I didn't really have…

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Michael Mosley: Health expert suggests two 'fundamental' exercises for weight loss – Express

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More infoMichael Mosley revealed the two exercises he does every day in order to stay fit. He explained the importance of combining aerobic workouts and resistance training as part of a healthy routine that could promote weight loss for those wanting to shed a few pounds.NHS guidance currently recommends that a person partakes in muscle-strengthening activities that work all the major muscle groups at least twice a week.It is also recommended that people should do 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity.On an episode of his BBC Radio 4 podcast Just One Thing, he told listeners: “I do love walking and cycling, and I also make myself do the occasional run.“But just one thing I would recommend you try fitting in to your daily life are press-ups and squats.”READ MORE: Diet: Expert warns against common mistake He continued: “I do them first thing when I get out of bed because I know if I don’t do them then I’ll probably forget to…

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