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Fergie’s gym ‘obsession’

Published 26/05/2015

Fergie
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Fergie supposedly wants to delay having another child with husband Josh Duhamel because she doesn’t want to deal with dropping baby weight again after giving birth.

The Black Eyed Peas songstress gave birth to her and husband Josh Duhamel’s son Axl in August 2013.

Following their little boy’s arrival, the star has spent countless hours exercising to drop the baby weight she gained while pregnant.

And even though Fergie’s figure is currently svelte and strong, an insider tells America’s OK! magazine her commitment to fitness seems to be becoming an “obsession” of late.

Apparently she is so dedicated to staying in shape, the thought of expanding her family with Josh doesn’t appeal in the slightest.

“Another baby just doesn’t fit in with Fergie’s life at the moment,” the insider noted.

However, her other half Josh allegedly does not share her perspective on family expansion. It’s claimed he is “desperate to have another kid” as soon as possible.

Fergie’s trainer Natasha Kufa has previously detailed exactly what the pair do together during her workouts.

The fitness expert is impressed with how devoted the singer is to her health.

"She's amazingly dedicated," Natasha told OK! previously "She's intense and never makes excuses to skip a workout.”

Natasha helps Fergie focus on various body parts six days a week for around two hours each session. The star supposedly likes doing squats to work on her legs, repeating three sets of between 15 and 20 at a time. It’s claimed to keep her abs toned Fergie does between 200 and 600 crunches every session.

The Glamorous hitmaker is also no stranger to weight-training.

"We use three-pound weights and do high repetitions, which burns more calories and creates muscle definition," Natasha explained. "Front raises for two minutes, side raises for another two - for as many reps as she can do. After a break, we do overhead presses with straight arms."

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