As many across the country resolve to adopt a healthier lifestyle in the coming days, fitness fanatic Davina McCall has been sharing her tips for changing your life at the start of a new year

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Davina McCall flaunts toned figure as she works out with coach

Davina McCall ’s toned abs will shame those of us surveying the festive damage to our waistlines – but her devotion to fitness is about so much more than looking great.

The 54-year-old mum of three says she stays fit because she wants to live a long and healthy life and looking great on the beach or in skimpy gym gear is just a welcome side-effect of her regime.

The Masked Singer presenter said: “For me, working out isn’t just for Christmas and New Year. It’s not just to get in the bikini. It’s to stay alive longer, and I really enjoy the way that it helps my head stay clear of negativity. It’s just a win-win in every sense.”







Davina McCall has been talking about her love of exercise in the new edition of Women’s Health
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The presenter has explained why her fitness regime is motivated by more than just looking good
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We all like to indulge at this time of year, but for Davina the key is knowing how to get back on track.

She said: “If I’ve had a slobby couple of weeks and I’ve put on a bit of weight or I need to tone up, I’ll lower my calorie intake and exercise a tiny bit harder.”

With hopes of better days ahead in 2022, Davina said now is the time to plan the changes we want to make next year.







The former Big Brother presenter has become a fitness guru over recent years
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The star offers her top tips for a healthier lifestyle in the latest issue of Women’s Health
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She said: “I always compare it to an Etch A Sketch box. On that box is everything that’s happened in the last year, good and bad. New Year is your chance to turn [it] upside down and give it a good shake. You can make whatever you want of your life for the next year.

“If you want to get somewhere you can get there. Just visualise that, manifest it, write it down and make it happen.”

The menopause campaigner also told the new issue of Women’s Health how she loves being in her 50s.

She said: “It’s a time of shedding the shackles of inhibition and of giving a damn… I don’t really care what people think, which is very liberating. I’ve never met a more rowdy bunch of irreverent people than menopausal women.







Davina is a passionate voice in the conversation about menopause
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“When we’re left to our own devices, we are very bloody funny. I have no drama…no stress. I’m in a really good, happy, balanced state. I’ve got nothing to complain about.”

Davina opened up about her own menopause and HRT in Channel 4 documentary Davina McCall: Sex, Myths and The Menopause, earlier this year.

In October she joined fellow celebrities including Penny Lancaster and Mariella Frostrup at a rally in Parliament Square as the Government pledged more menopause support and reduced HRT costs.

Last month, Channel 4 announced a follow-up documentary with the working title Davina McCall: The Menopause Brain Drain, in which she will focus on menopause at work.

She said: “I realised there’s still so much information to give. I have a platform that I can use to get the message out there. If I was going to ever use it for anything, this is my time.”

*Full interview in the January/February issue of Women’s Health UK, out tomorrow.

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