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Amy Robach in Workout Gear Does Peloton Workout

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Amy Robach is a news anchor, known for appearing on 20/20 and ABC, and now for her podcast, "Amy and T.J.". She and her boyfriend/co-host, TJ Holmes, recently took a Peloton class together. Holmes shared some photos on Instagram last week from the class. She captioned the post, "Turning the dreadmill into a treadmill we actually enjoyed…. thank you to @mattymaggiacomo who made us sweat, smile and re-think our relationship with treadmills! What a blast seeing him do is thing in front of a live audience at the beautiful @onepeloton studios." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Amy Robach stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Hikes

Robach spends a lot of time outside. One thing she likes to do is go for hikes. She and some friends hiked Mount Kosciuszko, and shared these photos on Instagram from it. Robach captioned the post, "Our epic Mt Kosciusko adventure gave us a weather boomerang but we were all braving it together!!! Warm and sunny down below, brutally windy and cold at the top… Love how the tough times become the best memories in life."


She Has A Dog

Robach has a dog, Brody, whom she prominently features on Instagram. The Mayo Clinic states that having a dog has a lot of health benefits. "One notable benefit is that dogs force you to get up and move. One research study found that dog owners are more likely to report regular physical activity than people who don't own dogs. Activities associated with dog ownership, like feeding, grooming, playing and letting them outside, all increase physical activity levels. Physical activity improves blood flow, induces muscle contraction and reduces joint stiffness."


She Loves Salad


Robach shared her typical diet in an interview with People. She likes to eat a lot of salad, and typically has one for lunch and one for dinner. For lunch she enjoys an, "Arugula salad with ½ cup cherry tomatoes, ¼ cup buffalo mozzarella, a handful of pine nuts and 2 tbsp. champagne vinaigrette." Meanwhile her dinner salad is, "Butter lettuce salad with 1 sliced avocado, 1 grilled chicken breast and ½ cup green beans."


She Runs

As you can see from her Instagram post, Robach likes to run on the treadmill. She also ran the New York City Marathon. Running has a lot of health benefits. FloTrack states, "Running and jogging is an aerobic exercise, and you're working out both your heart and lungs while doing so. This will also lead to a lower resting heart rate, lower bad cholesterol in your blood and lower blood pressure. You don't need to run an obscene amount of miles every day to get these benefits, either. Those who just run a couple of minutes a day decrease their risk of cardiovascular death by 58 percent. If you have a hard time running, you can still give your heart a workout by jogging or walking."


She Takes Fitness Classes

As you can also see from her Instagram post, Robach likes to take fitness classes. According to Iowa State University, fitness classes and group workouts can be beneficial. "Other people influence your attitudes and emotional responses to exercise. That is, they can affect how you feel about exercising, which is critical for determining whether you do it or not. If you get to know others who exercise regularly, you start to perceive exercise as more positive, common, desirable and doable."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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