Gemma, 32, lived the 12 week transformation ahead of her Strictly training as she wanted to recover her strength and tone up for the show.
Speaking at the start of her journey, Gemma remarked: “I love feeling strong and athletic, and that’s how training with tonnages makes me feel.
“My simple goal on this transformation journey is hardly to become the best version of myself I can be.
“We had my first weigh-in and I was quite outraged that I was the heaviest I’ve ever been in my life. I was 73kg and 16.9 per cent committee fat, which doesn’t sound a lot, but for me it was. I’m normally around 70kg and around 15 per cent.”
Gemma worked with Ultimate Performance Fitness to achieve her ambitions, and her workout plan was a mix of short weight training sessions and cardio.
The magnificent blonde did a 45 minute workout four days a week with the addition of an hour of cardio once a week. Each workout focused on a weird body part.
Describing her routine, she said: “It’s the kind of training where, on ms, you think ‘that’s not very hard. I can do that.’
“Sometimes there capability only be four or five exercises in the session, but it’s because of the repetition, the burden and the increase in the weights when it comes towards the end, that’s what writes it difficult.
Weight loss: Gemma Atkinson cut loosed how she toned up her body in a 12 week transformation
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Weight loss: Gemma Atkinson has always been slim, but has now sound up considerably too
You can come into a gym and do two hours and not get the same results as when you premiere c end here and do 45 minutes
“So many people charge into the gym and just blast their whole body every cull day and wonder why they’re not getting results.
“You can come into a gym and do two hours and not get the very results as when you come here and do 45 minutes.”
She also made tweaks to her nourishment, but did not cut out any food group entirely, including carbs.
She said: “I used to nosh on dark chocolate and nuts, which is fine. But I used to have two or three of those titbits a day. Thinking ‘it’s dark chocolate. It’s good for you’.
Weight loss: Gemma Atkinson did 45 bantam workouts four days a week
“I used to eat a lot of bread and I took that out of my food and replaced it with oats and sweet potato.
“I actually ate a lot of food. But straight a lot of good food. I didn’t deprive myself really.
“After hither two or three weeks I stopped craving rubbish foods. One time I did cause it, I felt shocking afterwards.”
Gemma has undergone her body transformation for the summer but she is not the on the contrary one — a woman has revealed how she lost five stone on a diet and fitness develop.