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Amy Robach in Running Gear Trains With TJ Holmes for Marathon

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Amy Robach and TJ Holmes are training for a marathon. In a new social media post the former GMA host shows off her amazing body in leggings during a run with her boyfriend. "Happy February 1st everyone!!! We decided to take inspiration from @hellahgood9 and run EVERY day of January at least 2 miles, and it felt so damn good, we are going to continue it through February! Dry January combined with daily runs and keeping my carb count low, meant I was able to shed some extra lbs I put on post NYC marathon. We are still doing our training runs following the @higdonmarathon four days a week and our rest days we just knock out 2 milers. I may have a glass of wine tonight however 👍 #welcomefebruary #halfmarathontraining #running #feelinggood," she captioned the post. How does the 51-year-old look forever young? Celebwell has the details on her lifestyle habits. 


Intermittent Fasting and Keto

The Amy & T.J. host focuses on foods that will "fuel my busy days," she tells People. She abides by keto and intermittent fasting. "What and how I eat makes me feel my best and fuels me for busy days as a working mom."


Flexible Eating

Amy has to be flexible about her eating schedule. "I love getting brunch out with friends, but also like to cook at home with my husband and kids," she told People. "And because I travel frequently for 20/20, I'm always on the lookout for on-the-go healthy options."



Amy is an avid runner. "4 marathons… 2 in the last 4 weeks… NO WAY I could ever have accomplished this alone! I love this running crew so much. We encourage each other, train together and finish together 🏅 Thank you to everyone who came out to line the streets of the 5 boroughs to cheer us on… there's no greater city in the world!" she captioned a post. 


Here Is What She Eats in a Day

Amy starts her day with 2 cups of coffee, one black and one with half-and-half. Next up, a 3-egg omelet with ¼ cup ham, ¼ cup cheddar cheese and a handful of green onions and 1 cup berries. For lunch she has an arugula salad with ½ cup cherry tomatoes, ¼ cup buffalo mozzarella, a handful of pine nuts and 2 tbsp. champagne vinaigrette, followed by a cup mixed nuts and 2 squares dark chocolate for a snack. For dinner she enjoys a butter lettuce salad with 1 sliced avocado, 1 grilled chicken breast and ½ cup green beans, and then allows herself a bite of cheesecake. In total she consumes 2,325 calories. 



Amy makes sure to hydrate. She drinks about 88.5 oz. per day. According to the Mayo Clinic, hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.

Leah Groth
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