MasterChef star Gregg Wallace shares exercises and meals from new fitness plan after 4 stone weight loss

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GREGG Wallace today shows you how he lost 4st and gained a six-pack.

The 55-year-old told yesterday how he has gone from “the fat, pudding-loving guy from MasterChef” to the fittest he has ever been — and you can get in great shape too.

Gregg has launched his online diet and fitness programme, Show Me Fit, and is sharing some of the healthy recipes and home workouts exclusively with Sun readers.

The TV judge insists his plan will not only help you lose weight, but make you feel ten years younger.

He says: “I’d never suggest a diet that was going to leave you hungry.

“It’s about filling yourself up with good food with good ingredients and exercise.

“I know I look good now compared to those days when I had a beer belly, but I also feel incredible. I feel like I have knocked at least ten years off.

“Once I found out that I didn’t have to slog away on a treadmill for 30 minutes, and that exercise could actually be enjoyable, I was addicted.

“The plan is for everyone. No matter your age, size or ability, you will see results.”

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SHAPE up with Gregg by doing the seven simple exercises shown below for 30 seconds, with a 30-second break in between.

Completing all seven equals one circuit. Do as many circuits as you can – beginners one lap, intermediate three laps and advanced four to five.

Perform this workout four to five days a week. Alternatively, follow Gregg’s fitness video online at thesun.co.uk.

Always start your workout with a warm-up. Before exercising, seek medical advice if you have underlying health conditions.

Mountain Climbers

Get into a press-up position. Keeping your arms straight, bring alternate
knees towards the chest as fast as you can.

High Knees

As if running on the spot, bring your knees up as high as you can, as fast as
you can.

Lunges

From standing, step your left leg back behind you and lower down into a lunge. Push off the left foot and back to standing, repeat on other leg.

Bear Crawls

From hands and knees lift the knees so they hover off the floor. Bring your left hand forward and right leg, then right hand and left leg so you crawl forward along floor.

Once you reach the end of the room, do the same backwards.

Side Plank

Place forearm on the floor, stack feet on top of one another and shoot your hips to the sky. Hold for full set on one side then switch for second set.

Push ups

Get into a press-up position with hands under your shoulders. If you are a pro then crack out 30 seconds of fast-paced press-ups. For beginners, perform the press-ups on your knees.

Tricep Dips

Sit on the floor, legs bent, and put hands shoulder-width apart behind you on to the floor. Extend legs so bum is hovering.

Straighten arms, keeping a small bend in elbows.

Lower body towards floor until elbows are at a 90-degree angle. Press
down to straighten elbows, returning to start position.

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