Sky Sports Presenter Anna Woolhouse Shares "Stunning" Swimsuit Photo
Anna Woolhouse is looking abfab in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the Sky Sports presenter showcases her washboard abs in a one-shoulder two-piece. "Stunning," commented one of her followers. "Absolutely gorgeous," added another. How does the 39-year-old maintain her impressively fit physique? She works out – a lot. Here are her five favorite workouts.
"I personally find if I do a lot of weight training I can build muscle fairly quickly, which is not ideal for me. So I try and stick to bodyweight workouts rather than heavy lifting," Anna told Best Fit. "My trainer also likes mixing things up and often brings new equipment to work out with, such as bungee sprints, which are basically a giant piece of elastic tied around your waist which another person holds on to you while you run as fast as you can. It's a lung buster. Slam balls are also great for the shoulders and arms, they are great for cardio endurance and help improve hand-eye coordination, not to mention acting as a nice little stress buster, which is an added bonus."
She Does Pilates and Yoga
"I try and do a pilates or yoga session at least once a week as I find it helps stretch muscles that are often pounded in my other sessions. I mainly do reformer pilates mixed up with HIIT, the combo is awesome," Anna added.
Anna also likes to fight. "Boxing is one of my favorite sports at the moment, I love it!" she told the publication. Harvard Health maintains that boxing is a great way to build strength, improve balance, posture, hand-eye coordination, boost mood and endurance, and helps increase alertness.
She Does TRX Training
"I'm also a huge fan of TRX training," Anna added. "There are so many ways you can incorporate it into your workout. It's such an easy portable piece of kit, you can literally take it anywhere – my TRX is usually found flung around a tree in a park."
You can find Anna swinging a golf club. "I wish I could say I was better than I am at golf, but I definitely have a long way to go until I can say I'm any good. Some days I feel like I'm hitting the ball well and making progress, others it's disastrous!" she said.