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Chloe Madeley in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says "2024 is Our Year"

“I still train hard (I’ve never not loved training)."

In the post, Chloe Madeley explains that she has been working "HARD" on her "all or nothing" mindset and behaviors. "I still train hard (I've never not loved training), I eat nutritiously and am calorically aware MOST of the time, I've gained a healthy amount of body fat and, oh yea, I had a baby," she writes. "In the 19 months since I had Bodhi, I HAVE gotten back in shape, but more in the context of being postnatal than anything else. I rehabbed my body, I waited for my hormones to come back to a state of homeostasis (after both pregnancy and breastfeeding), I regained some muscle lost and I shed some fat gained. And I've been in a really nice sweet spot for a while now… But I feel the rumblings again, to do something that yet again surprises me re my body. We've gone through so much together, at this point it's starting to feel like a bit of a disservice not to do more with the old girl. So 19 months PP, the time has come around again…2024 is our year." How does she approach diet and fitness? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits.


Clean Eating

Chloe sticks to a super clean diet "I eat 100 percent clean foods, so all natural foods such as chicken, fish, fruit, veg, whole grains like oats, sweet potato, nuts etc." she said in an Instagram post. "I then split them so my daily intake is predominantly protein, secondary carbs, and lastly fats."


Strength Training

One of Chloe's boyfriends helped her get into strength training, telling her that if she wanted a "body transformation" she "needed to lift weights," she told Closer. "I didn't want to as I didn't want to get bulky, but I also didn't want to argue so I let him train me and ate what he told me to, and in a matter of weeks he had changed my body."


Portion Control

Portion control is key, says Chloe. "They don't need to be tiny, but they don't need to be massive either. Alternatively, try tracking your calories on an app such as MyFitnessPal," she told Mail Online. 




Beauty sleep is also crucial, says Chloe. "There's not one area of your life that won't be improved if you don't get a better quality of sleep," she told Metro UK. What are the health benefits of sleep? According to the Sleep Foundation, getting enough z's is a mood booster, promotes heart health, regulates blood sugar, improves mental function, restores your immune system, helps relieve stress, and aids in weight loss. 


Three to Four Workouts Per Week

Regular exercise is also important, says Chloe. "From weightlifting to running to cycling to body combat to spin, however you choose to enjoy moving your body and getting sweaty, aim to make time for whatever that is three to four times a week," she told Healthista. 


No Crash Diets

Chloe stays away from crash diets. "People should not be starving themselves to lose weight. Why would you put yourself through that when simply learning how and what to eat will also mean you can still lose weight?" she told Healthista. Plus if you go on a starvation diet you will not only slow down your metabolism but your energy for training will suffer too. Instead of killing yourself at the gym and starving yourself for fat loss results, read up and educate yourself on nutrition."

Leah Groth
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