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Freema Agyeman in Workout Gear Does "Wednesday Workout"

“Fine, I’ll go to the gym today,” wrote one.

Freema Agyeman is climbing ropes – and showing off her fit figure. In a new social media post the New Amsterdam and Dreamland star looks seriously strong during a workout. "Wednesday," she humbly captioned the impressive video, garnering lots of attention from her followers. "Fine, I'll go to the gym today," wrote one. "Wooow !! Inspiring," added another. How does the 45-year-old manage to look half her age? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits.



Freema is a yogi. "We can't always control everything. I legit just fell out of that pose 😝 ~ but no self chastisement here cos I'm still learning, still developing – and I guess that's why it's called a 'practice' cos we're never perfect. Which is kinda wonderful really – not just for Yoga, but for life. Cos if we never turned any new corners, we'd literally just be walking in circles. So my development practice for this week – continued core strengthening and better framing on my videos so I don't chop off my feet," she wrote in a post


EMS Workouts

Freema also does EMS (electromagnetic shock) workouts. "FITNESS TRAINING LEVEL UP with @fitlifebymo ~ This cat is training me like a goddamn athlete‼️ 💪 This is what the sporting world calls an EMS workout ~ where you are basically electro shocking your muscles while you work out to increase the intensity‼️😱⚡️⚡️⚡️ The machine delivers 85 muscular contractions per second activating over 90% of your muscle fibres!! Fire👏me👏up👏!!! 💥🥊," she captioned a post.


Self-Love and Self-Care

Freema advocates self-love. Every year she shares her "Annual unapologetic personal appreciation & self celebration beeday suit post!" in the form of a photo of herself in a bathing suit. "What I have come to realise is this. No one is gonna grant me time out for self care. I, have to actively take and carve that time out ~ FOR ME. Without feeling selfish. Without feeling guilty. It's not just okay, it's necessary. And I can feel my whole being thanking me for it. And self care, in my book, sees wholesome discipline alternating the wheel with exuberant, pleasure filled enjoyment. Do the work and then get at some plaaay!!!! It's okay for us to be happy with our lives! Cos we may only get this one. But of course, life can be tough, and the hustle is real. And we don't always feel like there's any time to prioritise ourselves amidst the rat race of survival. So when I heard this lyric the other day, it reinforced the notion in my mind that WE have to be ones to shift our own narrative: '…dare to have a life, while you make a living.' We ain't here long. So. Choose yourself," she captioned one of the most recent ones. 


Dog Walks

Freema takes her friend's dog, Ziggy, on walks. Going for a daily walk can be a game changer in terms of exercise, especially at a brisk speed. One study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that walking at a brisk pace for about 30 minutes a day led to a reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia and death, compared with walking a similar number of steps but at a slower pace.



Freema also enjoys getting outside and riding bikes. "It's beginning to look a lot like Springtime. That's it. That's my entire thought for this post. In fact that's been my entire thinking throughout this entirely glorious day. #mondaymusing #beautyeverywhere #vibrantnature 🚲💨💙💚," she captioned a post. The Cleveland Clinic explains that biking, a low-impact aerobic exercise, is great for building muscle, improving strength and flexibility, and improving balance. It can also boost mental health and help other health conditions, including arthritis. 

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