MasterChef’s Gregg Wallace Shows Off His Abs After Recent Transformation
When your professional life revolves around food, you have to have a pretty good workout routine to make sure you don't become a little obtuse.
MasterChef's Greg Wallace has been a regular delight on our tellies for years but it seems as though he's really embracing the classic #NewYearNewMe.
While his Instagram shows off beautiful holidays and his pregnant wife, his story has been dotted with some impressive workout shots.
The TV chef and judge has employed the services of a personal trainer and the results are definitely showing.
But not only is he enjoying the transformation, his fans seem to be lapping it up as well.
"You're an absolute unit Greg, complete legend," wrote one fan.
Another added: "Whoa I thought you liked pudding Gregg?! Must be the healthiest pudding on the planet!"
People have commented saying he's looking very fit and healthy for a 54-year-old with one viewer even suggesting he could be The Rock's shorter brother.
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His health kick has actaully been bubbling away since 2017 where he started hitting the gym and eating better food.
He told The Sun: "When I was at my biggest I was having a daily fry up, fish and chips once per week, takeaway a couple more times and drinking beer nearly every day.
"I made a conscious decision to cut down on fried and high sugar foods, as well as booze - which helped me lose weight."
Look, we all enjoy a fry up every now and then and maybe some fast food when we're hungover, but obviously it all adds up. One personal trainer took the bold step with their client to ban takeaway shops from selling food to him.
After only a week on his diet and exercise regime, PT Mike Hind had helped Darren McClintock's - aka 'Dibsy' - shed a stone (6kgs).
Amazingly, 15 weeks after starting his journey, he has now dropped a staggering 10st (63.5kgs).
Twenty-eight-year-old Dibsy used to weigh the same as two baby elephants, but with the help of Mike, he's now able to do things he was once physically unable to - such as tie his own laces or put a seatbelt around himself.
Dibsy said: "My life has turned around within the last 15 weeks. I can actually go out and about and do things that normal people can do but take for granted."
He's now able to go to the cinema, he's ridden a bike and even booked his first holiday in a decade.
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