Gregg Wallace, 55, lifts up his T-shirt to reveal his toned abs as he takes a break from his gym workouts following his three-stone weight loss
He recently detailed how he maintains his three-stone weight loss by eating eggs, brown bread and skipping dinner.
And Gregg Wallace revealed he’s taking a break from his gym workouts as he encouraged self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In a series images shared onto Instagram on Sunday, the MasterChef star, 55, lifted up his sweaty T-shirt to display his toned abs as he poked fun at his brief rest from his local health centre with the joke: ‘Its all gonna be ok, I’ve got a good gut feeling!’
‘Its all gonna be ok, I’ve got a good gut feeling!’ Gregg Wallace revealed he’s taking a break from the gym amid the coronavirus pandemic (L this year, R in 2018)
The presenter beamed with delight as he flaunted his sculpted midsection in sportsgear in a recent snap from a recent exercise session.
‘Me & Gym aren’t seeing each other for a bit!’, he told his social media followers during the COVID-19 crisis.
Coronavirus was classed a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) earlier this month, leading countries such as Italy, Spain and the UK to implement nationwide lockdowns
As of Monday, COVID-19 has claimed 285 lives out of 5,683 confirmed cases in the UK.
Smart choice: ‘Me & Gym aren’t seeing each other for a bit!’, the MasterChef host, 55, told his social media followers during the COVID-19 crisis
Last month, Gregg shared the secrets behind how he keeps up with his three-stone weight loss – something that’s made harder by working as the co-host of MasterChef.
The host detailed his routine in a chat with Radio Times, explaining that he eats particular food during the day and often skips dinner.
‘I might have a chocolate bar on the go for energy. I always eat breakfast as I’ve just come out of gym and I’m ravenous for protein,’ he said.
‘I have boiled eggs, brown bread with chicken sausages or smoked fish on Ryvita with horseradish. I used to eat dinner after a filming day. Not now.’
Secrets: The media personality recently detailed how he maintains his three-stone weight loss by eating eggs, brown bread and skipping dinner (pictured last week)
Of his exercise regimen, the media personality shared: ‘I try to be as fit as possible, so I do a lot of exercise every day. Cardio, weights, uphill walking.
‘I am just over 12 stone, and I have less than 18 per cent fat. I’m trying to reduce that to 15 per cent.’
Gregg also admitted he doesn’t go to dinner parties any more since he started working on the show – which is in its 16th year.
‘I haven’t been invited to anyone’s for dinner since the show began,’ he said. ‘I like eating with friends in restaurants instead. You all choose what to eat, have a starter, main and dessert, and then you go home.’