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Laura Hamilton in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says "You've Got This!"

Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 

Laura Hamilton is getting her sweat on – in a sports bra and leggings. In a new social media post the television presenter reveals that she is training for the London Marathon. "I woke up this morning with the intention of running 20k, but I only made it to 14.4k as I had to head to some meetings…I'm slowly getting there and even running this distance is a massive achievement for me. I had moments during my run where I wanted to stop but I kept thinking about the cause and my reasons for doing it… if you are running the marathon like me or taking part in any challenge for charity, keep strong, remember the cause, YOU'VE GOT THIS!" she captioned the series of Instagram snaps. How does the 41-year-old approach health and wellness? Here is everythign you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Keto, Sometimes

Laura "dips in and out of" the keto lifestyle when she wants to lose weight but "doesn't keep to it all the time," she told Express. Overall, health "should be a lifestyle" instead of a "diet" because "life is all about balance." She will "have a glass of wine or whatever" and loves eating "an omelet with bacon and cheese for breakfast." An average lunch is "salmon with cauliflower rice, or a steak salad with lots of broccoli and spinach."




Laura enjoys cycling. "I've just bought myself an Echelon bike, so I'm going to be able to do some workouts at home with that," she told Express. She also enjoys heading outside and "going for a bike ride with the kids." No matter where you do it, the Cleveland Clinic explains that biking is a great  low-impact aerobic exercise for building muscle, improving strength and flexibility, and improving balance. It can also boost mental health and help other health conditions, including arthritis. 


Diet Is Key

"You can exercise as much as you like, but unless you follow a really healthy lifestyle and eating plan, then if you want to see results, you've got to have a healthy and balanced way of eating," Laura told Express. "There's no point exercising five days a week and then eating a load of rubbish. It's sort of pointless. It's about what you put into your body as much as what you're actually doing with it."



"I love to exercise. I go to the gym," Laura told Express. Sometimes she does online workouts at home and others, she lifts weights at the gym. She prefers morning workouts. "It gives me loads of energy and sets me up for the day," she says, citing the "feel good" aspect of exercise. "It releases endorphins. I would say to make a habit out of it. If you can make it part of your daily routine, once you stop you'll miss it and you'll be like, I need to do it, I need to do it," she added.




Laura is a runner. "Weirdly I prefer to run on the running machine," she confessed to express. Running – either outside or on the treadmill – is great for cardiovascular health, muscle building, and weight loss. "For every mile run, the average person will burn approximately 100 calories," says Mayo Clinic

Leah Groth
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