She’s known for her six-pack abs and her lifelong dedication to health and wellbeing.
And on Thursday, fitness guru Tiffiny Hall did not slow down her regimen despite suffering a wrist injury this week.
Instead, as shown on her Instagram, the 36-year-old modified her workout to focus on her core, lower body and balance work.
Videos taken at the gym saw Tiffiny performing weighted lunges, single Romanian deadlifts, weighted hip thrusts, cable side step squats and crunches, all while sporting an arm sling.
Tiffiny’s comedian husband Ed Kavalee was not surprised by her sheer determination, describing her in a short clip as his ‘weapon wife’.
‘In the gym doing my so-called boxing and you turn around, and even though she’s injured… hashtag weapon wife, she can’t stop,’ he said.
Tiffiny told her followers in the post’s caption that her mindset during recovery is to ‘work within your means, but keep moving forward’.
‘If you can’t run, walk. If you can’t walk, crawl. So for now, I’m hanging up my boxing gloves and setting aside the burpees (my favourite, sad face) for more core, lower body, and balance work,’ she wrote online.
The former Biggest Loser trainer added that she will be incorporating more meditation into her regimen, in order to help her ‘slow down’ and take life’s obstacles in her stride.
Tiffiny has always been honest about her approach to health and wellbeing, and this was particularly evident during an interview with Daily Mail Australia last year.
The mother-of-one admitted that she too suffers from ‘fat days’ on occasion, and could feel off her ‘game’ for days or even weeks.
When asked whether she ever feels sluggish or bloated, Tiffiny told Daily Mail Australia: ‘Absolutely. I have my days, weeks even! Maybe my jeans won’t do up and I’m feeling self-conscious, or I’m bloated and off my game.’
Tiffiny said in order to get herself into a positive mind frame, she reminds herself that ‘it’s not about being shredded or having abs’, but rather ‘overall wellness’.
‘Sometimes a sweet treat or delicious hamburger out with my husband, or swapping out training for a recovery day is necessary for my mental health.’
Tiffiny’s diet often includes a smoothie for breakfast, a grain salad for lunch, homemade bliss balls for a snack, and a curry or steak and vegetables for dinner.
Jack Wilshere revealed a Christmas Eve phone call he made to manager Jason Tindall kick-started his return to Bournemouth.
Wilshere re-joined the south coast club this week on a short-term deal until the end of the season after leaving West Ham in October.
The former Arsenal midfielder, who spent the 2016-17 season at the Vitality Stadium, had been training alone while he weighed up his next options and said: 'I think it was Christmas Eve when I picked the phone up. I said "Jase, I've been training on my own for a while now. I'd like if I could come in and train with the team".
'He said "yeah, of course you can come down and train with us" and ever since the first day I walked in I was training with the group, I was never left on my own, all the boys were welcoming and all that played a part in my decision.
'That [previous loan spell] was the reason I felt comfortable enough to pick up the phone to Jase [who was No.2 during Wilshere's first spell] and ask him if I could down and train.
'I still have a good relationship with him and many of the players here as well so that was a big factor in my decision making but also, this is a different stage of my career.
'The club is in a different league and there are different challenges and I'm excited about the challenges that are coming up and I can't wait to be involved.
'To be honest it [joining Bournemouth] was not something that crossed my mind until I came down here, started training with the boys and got back into the swing of things.
'Ever since I came to this club four years ago I felt welcomed and nothing ever changed.
'As soon as I found out there was interest from the manager I couldn't keep the smile off my face and that's what told me it was the right thing to do.'
Кандидат на пост главы Пентагона Ллойд Остин выразил беспокойство влиянием России и Китая в Арктике, пишет РИА «Новости».
Он указал, что естественный ландшафт Арктики и стратегический баланс «активно меняют» климатические изменения. Как отметил Остин, Арктика «быстро» превращается «в регион геополитической конкуренции».
«Я серьезно обеспокоен наращиванием российских вооруженных сил и агрессивным поведением России в Арктике и по всему миру. Точно так же я глубоко обеспокоен намерениями Китая в регионе», — заявил Остин на слушаниях в Сенате США.
Он напомнил, что у США существует «долгая история сотрудничества с Россией в Арктическом регионе». Остин также выразил надежду, что оно может продолжиться.
James 'Arg' Argent has revealed he's set to undergo life-saving stomach surgery as a last resort to lose weight.
The former TOWIE star, 33, said doctors have warned him he could die if he doesn't slim down after his weight ballooned to 26 stone during lockdown leaving him unable to even do simple tasks such as tie his own shoe laces.
In a candid interview James confessed that while he's now marking a year of sobriety after overcoming his drug addiction, his weight has left him too embarrassed to leave the house and he spends his hours alone comfort eating.
James told The Sun that despite losing some weight after getting clean and sober last year, the pounds piled on after the gyms closed during lockdown, and he spent his spare time alone eating takeaways.
He said: 'I don't want to die. An op is the only way I can lose weight.
'I see pictures of myself and it's too upsetting. The other day I had to ask my manager to put my shoes on for me because I just couldn't do it — my belly is too big. I can't do up my own shoe laces.'
'I don't want to die, it's as simple as that. I've been told by doctors that I am morbidly obese and need to lose weight, but I have an eating disorder, so I can't do it.'
James said he's now agonising over which form of stomach surgery to have, is torn between two operations which cost around £10,000 each.
The star he's deciding between a gastric bypass, which sees part of the stomach stapled to make it smaller, and sleeve gastrectomy, which is a more permanent procedure which sees a large section of the stomach removed.
Both operations will dramatic reduced the amount of food James can eat, meaning he will lose weight, and the star said hes due to decide in the coming weeks which procedure he'll have.
James has faced a much-publicised battle with his weight which has drastically fluctuated since he rose to fame in 2010.
In 2015 the star was the slimmest he'd ever been, after losing four stone and transforming his physique.
But since then James' weight has crept back up, and the star confessed he's now too ashamed to leave his home during the day, and waits until its dark to go out in the hope he won't be recognised.
He said that even his close friend Mark Wright has been moved to tears with concern about his size, and finally convinced him to face it by stepping on the scales.
James admitted both he and Mark were stunned to see he weighed nearly 27 stone, and warned him he needed to take his size seriously as it was having a serious effect on his health.
The reality star blamed his weight gain on the COVID-19 pandemic which closed gyms and swimming pools.
This comes despite the star saying in October he had made some progress with his weight loss by losing five stone.
Last year James entered a rehab facility in Thailand to kick his drug addiction, and the star detailed how he used to hide his habit in his £1.3 million Essex home.
He then hit rock bottom when his family desperately attempted to get into his house after a three-day drug binge, with his addiction ending his relationships with Gemma Collins and Lydia Bright, as well as stalling his TV career.
Despite this James said he's now celebrating a year of sobriety free of drugs and alcohol, and is now planning to document his weight loss journey with a TV documentary.
The star he's come to terms with the fact that he can never drink alcohol again and will have to substantially limit his food intake following the weight loss surgery.
Arg and Gemma ended their relationship in July after she revealed a string of abusive messages, purportedly sent to her by the TV personality prior to their split.
It's understood James had made derogatory remarks about her weight after she suggested that he had bought another woman dinner.
It comes after documents shared to Companies House on Monday appeared to show his firm has 'zero cash in the bank', reports The Sun.
In the unabridged statement of financial position, James' accounts show that in 2019 he reported having £63,867 in cash at the bank.
However under the section for 2020 the section was left without a number a dash was used to fill the space.
The report also showed that James' company - James Argent Limited - reported a difference and loss of £23,910 in its final assets for the two years.