That’s how she does it! Rebecca Judd says she’s ‘feeling fitter and stronger than ever’ as she reveals her VERY strict at-home workout routine
She’s the AFL WAG and mother of four known for her incredible figure.
And Rebecca Judd has now revealed how she achieves her flawless physique.
The 37-year-old spoke to The Daily Telegraph on Friday about her at-home workout routine during lockdown, and said she was ‘feeling fitter and stronger than ever’.
That’s how she does it! Rebecca Judd says she is ‘feeling fitter and stronger than ever’ after following a strict at-home workout routine during in lockdown
‘I’ve never worked out more than I have since March and I’m feeling fitter and stronger than ever,’ Rebecca said.
‘I have literally been doing the workouts on my bedroom or lounge room floor.’
The Postcards host does about five 20-minute HIIT workouts each week, and Pilates if she’s feeling ‘sore’.
Keeping fit: Rebecca does about five 20-minute HIIT workouts each week, and Pilates if she’s feeling ‘sore’
Hot to trot! The AFL WAG and mother of four is known for her incredible figure
Rebecca lives in a $7.3million mansion in Melbourne’s Brighton with her husband, retired footy star Chris Judd, and their four children.
She has previously spoken about her workout routine, saying she loves playing tennis.
‘It’s a cardio workout where the music blares, the coach just feeds you balls, you do awesome drills with lots of running and it’s 60 minutes that goes so quickly,’ Bec has previously told News.com.au, saying she plays for two hours, twice a week.
‘It’s the only exercise I’ve ever done in my life where I look at my watch and I go, ‘damn it, there’s only 10 minutes left,”whereas usually I when I’m exercising I’m always watching my clock wanting it to be over.’
Her favourite: Bec has previously revealed her workout secrets and said she loves playing cardio tennis
The TV and radio presenter previously told Daily Mail Australia about her diet, saying that while it’s rather relaxed, she always has a healthy dinner.
Speaking about her day on a plate, Bec said she enjoys muesli for breakfast, focaccia for lunch, and meat and vegetables for dinner.
‘Breakfast is usually muesli and a strong latte,’ Bec told Daily Mail Australia.
‘Lunch I’ll grab my fave brown rice sushi or a focaccia, yum!’
Bec said that for dinner, she and her AFL star husband Chris Judd, 36, typically tuck into fish or meat with vegetables.
‘Dinner I usually will have meat or fish and vegetables which Chris and I both love.’
Bec also revealed that her children aren’t fussy eaters, no doubt a good thing when it comes to cooking family dinners.
Her body secrets: The TV and radio presenter previously told Daily Mail Australia about her diet, saying that while it’s rather relaxed, she always has a healthy dinner