8. Danni Levy
Danni Levy is one of Britain’s most celebrated media health figures. She has trained as a performer from Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts London and has appeared on the reality TV series ‘Life on Marbs’, ITVBe. As the author of The Pyramid Diet (Penguin Publishing 2012), Danni’s works have been reproduced in Italian, German and Arabic. Danni currently writes for The Sun newspaper and has earned numerous high profile features.
Workout: I train a split routine and also do fasted hill runs everyday- even Christmas day. I’m really lucky because I live right by the beach, so I always start my morning with a 5k jog topped off with a mammoth hill sprint before breakfast. My gym routine consists of a LOT of glutes and leg work. I rarely train upper body because I’m naturally very muscular and try to stay looking slightly soft up top.
Diet: It normally surprises people to hear I don’t take any vitamins or supplements. I firmly believe if you eat correctly and you don’t suffer from a deficient, you should derive all the vitamins and nutrients you need from a balanced diet that compliments your training. I try to eat protein with every meal, consuming 5-6 small meals a day, but don’t deprive myself of the odd treat if I fancy one. Life is too short to be neurotic, but too long to live on junk food!
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9. Simone De La Rue
A classically trained dancer, Simone De La Rue has committed her entire life to nurturing her body. After a dance career spanning two decades including successful performances on Broadway, West End in her native Australia.
Workout: I make it a point to workout alongside all my clients to not only motivate and keep them accountable but also keep myself in shape. This can be anywhere between 2-5 clients a day, so I do not have the time or energy to do any workout for me specifically.
Diet: I follow the paleo way of eating. I eat organic food where I can and have cut dairy and gluten out of my diet. I also try limiting my sugar and alcohol intake.
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