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Kimberly Wyatt: Exercise is now structured

Published 14/06/2015

Kimberly Wyatt
Kimberly Wyatt

Kimberly Wyatt has had to switch up her exercise regime since welcoming daughter Willow.

The former Pussycat Doll has always been extremely fit thanks to her dancer's background but since giving birth to her daughter Willow, who she has with husband Max Rogers, last December, her exercise regime has changed drastically.

Not only did she have to work hard to get her abs back, the 33-year-old also had to fit gym sessions into her brand new routine.

"I used to be able to work out willy nilly, but now it has to be really structured," she admitted to British Your Fitness magazine.

"I often find it difficult to focus, especially if I'm exercising at home, as my little girl will be on my mind. Now I take an egg timer and set it for an hour and won't stop until the alarm goes off. I just adapt my workout to fit around me and my family."

If Kimberly doesn't want to leave Willow, she'll just exercise wherever her little one is, using a yoga mat she carries around.

While getting her body back post baby was a challenge, Kimberly didn't let it faze her.

"It wasn't at all easy, but I had a lot of determination and some good old positivity," she smiled. "Fitness allows me to blow away the cobwebs and get rid of stress, which in turn gives me the confidence I need to push myself further."

Kimberly also gave an insight into how she powers through all those workouts, revealing she relies on protein balls and coconut water.

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