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Tiffiny Hall Shares Swimsuit Photo of Weight Loss "Secret"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Tiffiny Hall is sharing her "secret" to getting into the best shape of her life – in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the Australian personal trainer gives her followers an update on her health journey, showing off the proof of her weight loss and transformation by posing in a bathing suit. "My intention last January was to enjoy the journey back to fitness and feeling strong. I feels amazing to be here, a year later having had so much fun with the love and support of my friends, family, trainers and the beautiful TXO community. It really is about the journey, not the destination," she writes in the post. What is the "secret"? Celebwell has the details – and more information on Tiffiny's approach to health and fitness. 


Non-Scale Victories


"My secret was not focusing on the scales but rather aiming for non-scale victories – running my first KM, keeping up with my kids at the park, learning to squat again after my knee procedure, fitting into an old pair of jeans," Tiffiny reveals about the secret to weight loss. 


Meal Prep

Another secret? She meal preps. "My day on a plate – if I do say myself – is straight-up delicious. I make sure I have enough nourishing meals packed with wholefoods in my fridge by doing a batch cook-up every Sunday to leave guesswork out of the equation and healthy taste front and center," she told Body & Soul. "I really can't stress just how much prepping for your week and portioning out meals helps when you still have 50,000 things on your to-do list at dinner time."


A Smoothie Every Morning

Tiffiny Hall/Instagram

Tiffiny drinks her nutrients in the morning. "I love to start the day with a smoothie – regardless of the season. This is because smooth foods are simple to digest after a night of fasting," she told New Idea. "Easy on the tum and great on the taste buds! Enter my Almond Hit Smoothie. I find the combination of banana and almond butter keep me full all morning."


Eating the "Right Kind of Foods"

Tiffiny Hall/Instagram

"Don't focus on quantity when it comes to eating for weight loss. Instead, consider the quality of what you are eating. It's not about eating less – it's about eating the right kinds of foods. Not all calories are equal and so it's about eating quality calories," Tiffiny warns. "Protein in particular has a better thermic effect and so the body burns more energy processing it than it does carbs or fats and boost your metabolism. Eating whole foods is the best thing. Swap refined sugars, flour and fat for high-quality, nutrient dense food in proper proportions and eat regularly and your body will start to operate very differently."


HIIT Over Cardio

"Time and time again I hear the myth that long stretches of steady-state cardio is the best way to drop kilos," Tiffiny told House of Wellness. My mantra is that you don't need to train long, you need to train smart. HIIT or high intensity interval training is the best way to accelerate fat loss and increase fitness and also has 'the after burn effect' so it burns calories all day long," she has said. "Here's the happy truth – when you pick up heavy things, your muscles will get stronger but not necessarily bigger. Paired with the right diet of healthy foods, resistance training can help women burn fat fast and creates long and lean muscle and is a really effective way to lose weight. Female bodybuilders look the way they do because they train, eat and take supplements specifically to look the way they do." There is lots of research backing up the benefits of HIIT workouts, including body fat reduction, improved cardiovascular function, and mental health. It is also time effective. 

Leah Groth
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