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Lauren Goodger In Workout Gear Celebrates TOWIE Return

Here’s what her health and fitness routine looks like.

The Only Way Is Essex star Lauren Goodger is still going strong with her workout and fitness goals and she's got the pictures to prove it. Goodger, 37, shared a snap of herself wearing black leggings and a matching shirt, a big smile on her face as she poses outside a David Lloyd gym in Chigwell, UK. "Sundays at my favorite place 🖤. Guys @towie is back on your screens tonight! 9pm ITVBe or watch now on @itvxofficial 🎥 it's my grand return 🥳," she captioned the post. Here's how the reality star continues to get strong, fit, and fabulous.


Bacon and Eggs

Goodger starts her day with a protein-packed breakfast, usually eggs and bacon. "One egg contains roughly 75 calories, 5 grams of fat, 6 grams of protein, 0 carbohydrates, 67 milligrams of potassium, 70 milligrams of sodium and 210 milligrams of cholesterol," dietitian Anne Harguth tells the Mayo Clinic. "Eggs are also a great source of vitamins A, D and B12, as well as choline, a nutrient essential in many steps of metabolism. Except for its cholesterol content, one egg is a healthy option for breakfast lunch or dinner."


Weight Training


Goodger does weight-training workouts to lose fat and build strength. "Strength training, as long as the approach is balanced but progressively more difficult, can build muscle mass, improve strength for everyday functioning, decrease injuries and strengthen bones," says the University of Maryland Medical System. "Strength and cardio each build different types of muscle in the body, but, as a whole, that muscle mass can help our bodies turn into energy-burning machines."


Sled Workouts

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Goodger isn't afraid to give her workouts an edge by including grueling sled exercises—which experts say is a great full-body workout. "Just like a squat or a deadlift, you're loading the body with more weight than it's used to," Molly Pfeiffer, C.S.C.S. tells Shape. "This extra weight will create strength adaptations similar to your more well-known strength movements."


Medicine Ball Moves

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Goodger uses a medicine ball for mat workouts. "Medicine balls allow you to add more strength to a variety of exercises, allowing you the option to up your game," Nick Parkinson, M.Ed., AT, ATC, TSAC-F tells Henry Ford Health. "Hold one in your hands while performing squats, lunges or core exercises, or throw one against a wall to develop the ability to better generate power."


Healthy Food Choices

Goodger overhauled her diet and now eats healthier foods. "I'm cooking from scratch and I'm eating smaller portions now," she told OK!. "For breakfast, I'll have something like scrambled eggs on toast, lunch is a sandwich or an omelet and dinner is a shepherd's pie with sweet potato or pasta, as Larose loves it."

Leah Groth
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