Loose Women star Linda Robson has undergone a total body transformation over the last few years.
After being hit with a diabetes scare at the beginning of 2017, the 60-year-old star vowed to slim down – and she’s been very successful in her journey.
But as we all know, losing weight is usually only the first hurdle you need jump. The difficulty then comes after in maintaining your weight loss – and not piling on the pounds after you reach your target weight.
So how does Linda maintain her weight loss? According to a recent video on her Instagram, the actress relies on yoga, in order to keep in shape.
She shared a video of herself partaking in some yoga poses on a mat at home, alongside the caption, ‘Just got back from my yoga class with Shelly really relaxing going really relaxes me sets me up for the day off for lunch now catch up later’.
In the video, Linda showed off her ‘downward dog’ pose – and looked enviably flexible whilst doing so.
Followers of the Loose Women panellist were impressed by Linda’s workout, praising her for sticking to her regular exercise regime.
One fan wrote, ‘Good for you Linda! Great to see you keeping the exercise up.’ And another agreed, ‘You’ve Done so well. You look amazing!! 😘❤’
A third follower also commented, ‘Well done Linda, your looking great 👍’.
Linda Robson managed to lose over two stone over the last year and a half, by cutting out two major parts of her diet – sugar and alcohol.
However, it wasn’t an easy process, with Linda admitting that ditching her regular glass of bubbly was “the hardest thing”.
After vowing to get fit, she also took up regular exercise, which has helped to contribute to her weight loss.
It’s thought that Linda still sticks to this routine of healthy eating and regular exercise – which is sure to help her maintain her impressive new figure.
At size 12 and just under 11 stone, Linda has admitted that her fitness journey has left her feeling better than ever.
Speaking to Woman, she said, “I’ve just turned 60 and I feel better and fitter than I did at 50. And I’m really proud!”